Ted King was born in Hollywood, California, and was raised in both Los Angeles and Bethesda, Maryland. He received his college degree from The University of California, Santa Barbara, and went on to study film direction at the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University. He has worked in numerous aspects of the film and television business including, coordinating producer, casting director, and editor to supplement his acting career.
Ted began his acting career in New York City performing Off-Broadway theatre for nearly six years. At the same time, he worked several jobs, including Associate Producer and Film/Video Editor for a Manhattan production company.
He attended Tisch School of the Arts at New York University, where he studied film directing. He is a founding member of the Portal Theatre Company where he directed the company's production of "Beggars in the House of Plenty" by John Patrick Shanley.
King co-starred in the primetime series "Charmed" and had the starring role on the ABC action series "Timecop" based on the feature film. In addition, King is credited with numerous guest-starring roles on such critically-acclaimed shows as "Frasier" and "Sex and the City." Ted began his television career playing Danny Roberts on the Daytime series "Loving/The City," and recently moved into internet broadcasting on the Amazon series "Alpha House."
On a personal level, Ted is delighted to be involved in raising awareness for the needs of children supported by the Malala Fund and Make-A-Wish Foundations.