The Flash ♦ 24:Legacy ♦ Masters of Sex ♦ American Horror Story ♦ Torchwood
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. Currently, Sears is shooting a recurring guest role in the wildly popular series THE FLASH for The CW. He plays “Jay Garrick” a mysterious man from Earth-2 who arrives with a dire warning for “Flash”.
Previously Sears wrapped third second season of the Showtime Golden Globe nominated drama series, Masters of Sex. Created by Michelle Ashford and directed by John Madden, the show is based on Thomas Maier’s biography, Masters of Sex: The Life and Times of William Masters and Virginia Johnson, and 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. The show will return this summer.
Sears most recently completed the film Nine Lives directed by Barry Sonnenfeld, starring Kevin Spacey, Jennifer Garner and Christopher Walken.
Over the course of his career, Sears has continued to build on his work appearing in a wide range of notable television series. Previous credits include TNT’s legal drama, Raising the Bar, when he starred as “Richard Patrick Woolsley IV,” the heir of a wealthy legal dynasty turned upstanding public defender. More recently, Sears was seen starring in the first season of FX’s acclaimed series, American Horror Story, where he played “Patrick” opposite Zachary Quinto’s character.
Sears has guest starred in a number of notable television shows such as, 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.
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