A talented actor dedicated to his craft, Teddy Sears has built a career across numerous hit television series with roles that consistently elevate his body of work in entertainment.
Sears starred in the Fox series 24: Legacy, a reboot of the 24 franchise with brand new characters and cast, playing “Keith Mullins”, the new head of the Counter Terrorist Unit. He co-starring opposite Corey Hawkins, Miranda Otto and Jimmy Smits.
Previously Sears wrapped production on the fourth season of the Showtime Golden Globe nominated drama series, Masters of Sex. Created by Michelle Ashford, the series tells the story of the science of human sexuality and the pioneers whose research sparked the sexual revolution. Sears stars as “Dr. Austin Langham” alongside a cast including Michael Sheen, Lizzy Caplan and Caitlin Fitzgerald.
On the big screen, Sears was seen in the film Nine Lives directed by Barry Sonnenfeld, starring Kevin Spacey, Jennifer Garner and Christopher Walken.
Sears’ credits include a number of notable television shows such as CW’s The Flash in a season long recurring role, FX's acclaimed series, American Horror Story in a recurring role, a series regular role on TNT's legal drama, Raising the Bar, along with Guest Starring roles on AMC's Mad Men; HBO's Big Love; NBC's long running crime drama Law & Order; and the award-winning comedy series, Ugly Betty.
Beyond television, Sears starred alongside Colin Firth and Julianne Moore in the 2009 film A Single Man which garnered praise from both critics and audiences.
Originally from Chevy Chase, Maryland, Sears graduated from the University of Virginia with a degree in Business Management. Following college, Sears moved to New York where he began his acting career, studying under acclaimed coach, William Esper.