Timothy Sullivan ("Big Tim" Sullivan) (1862-1913) was a New York politician who controlled Manhattan's Bowery and Lower East Side districts. Tim or Timothy Sullivan may also refer to: Timothy Sullivan (composer) (born 1954), Canadian composer, Timothy Daniel Sullivan (1827-1914), journalist, nationalist politician, poet, and writer of the Irish national hymn "God Save Ireland", Timothy J. Sullivan (born 1944), Twenty-fifth President of the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia, Timothy S. Sullivan, Rear Admiral of the United States Coast Guard, Tim J. Sullivan, Deputy Sports Editor of the New York Post, Timothy Sullivan (Irish judge) (1874-1949), Chief Justice of Ireland 1936-46, Timothy Sullivan (Medal of Honor) (1835-1910), American Civil War sailor and Medal of Honor recipient, Tim Sullivan (athlete) (born 1975), Australian Paralympic track and field athlete, Tim Sullivan (writer) (born 1948), American science fiction author, Tim Sullivan (director) (born 1964), American film director and screenwriter, Tim Sullivan (British filmmaker) (born 1958), British film director and screenwriter, Ted Sullivan (baseball) (1851-1929), real name Timothy Sullivan, Tim Sullivan (sports columnist), American sports columnist

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