Timothy Gavin McIntosh, popularly known by his professional name Tim McIntosh is a New Zealand cricket player who plays for the Auckland Aces. He was born in the year 1979 and celebrates his birthday on December 4 every year. He has also played for Scottish side, Greenock for season 2007–2008 performing splendidly with five centuries. On his New Zealand debut, it took McIntosh 38 deliveries to score his first runs in Tests. However, he impressed in his second Test, scoring a patient 136, his maiden Test century, to help New Zealand secure a draw against the West Indies.

He is a native of Auckland, Auckland Region, New Zealand as he was born and spent most of his early life there. Besides this, there is little or no information about who his family is, how he was raised and his early childhood. Although he grew up to become a cricketer, he might have played basketball during his college life. His educational background, like his early life, has not been disclosed yet.

Tim McIntosh earned a call-up to the New Zealand Test squad at the age of 29, to face the touring West Indians. He made his debut for Auckland in 1998-99 but got the chance to play only a handful of matches in his first two seasons. His consistency stood out in the next three seasons for the Aces and in 2002-03, amassed 820 runs at 58.57. He had a forgettable season with Canterbury in 2004-05 but ironically, his highest first-class score of 268 came against them. He had one unsuccessful season for the Canterbury Wizards averaging only 4.90. A sound start to the 2008-09 season caught the eye of the selectors who were looking to revamp New Zealand's struggling top order. After a edgy debut Test in Dunedin, he hit a patient century in the following game in Napier. The 2010 tour of India started disastrously for McIntosh, when he scored a pair in the first Test at Ahmedabad. However, he bounced back and scored a patient 102 in the next Test at Hyderabad, becoming only the 11th batsman in the game to score a century after getting a pair in the previous match. McIntosh is largely regarded as a four-day specialist, a graduate of the 'Mark Richardson School of Batting.'

Tim is among those celebrities who prefer to keep their personal lives under cover. He has not yet revealed any of his past relationships. Also it is hard to know if he has been dating anyone or has a girlfriend. From what we know, he hasn’t married till date and therefore there is no chance of him having a wife or going through divorce. When it comes to his private life he likes to stay tight lipped about it. Some rumors some flying down about his relationships but he makes no comment about it and leaves it to be speculated by the media and people. He seems to be focusing much on his professional life that he has little or no time left for her personal life. However, his fans would love to see him getting married to the love of his life.

The left handed batsman stands tall at the towering height of 6 feet and 3 inches. He balances his height with a matching weight and personality. Tim has been playing his best and that has garnered him a large number of fans and followers not only in New Zealand, but all over the world. He gets up close with them through social media sites like Facebook and Twitter. To find out more about him, his admirers can view his biography on Wiki and other sports websites.