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Welcome to TED KING ONLINE a site dedicated to actor, writer, director, and activist Ted King. Best known for his dual roles as Lorenzo and Luis Alcazar on the ABC soap opera GENERAL HOSPITAL, as well as Inspector Andy Trudeau on CW's CHARMED, and as Jack Logan on the short lived ABC television program TIME COP. Ted's other work includes playing Tomas Delgado on the soap opera ONE LIFE TO LIVE, and Danny Roberts in LOVING/THE CITY. Ted has several films to his credits including HOODLUM & SON, MY DINNER WITH HERVE, THE X-FILES: FIGHT THE FUTURE. Ted made several guest starring roles in episodic television, those include PRISON BREAK, FRAISER, CSI, LAW & ORDER: SPECIAL VICTIMS UNIT, NCIS, ALPHA HOUSE...., and many more. This site has a strict NO CANDIDS POLICY. To read that please click the link.

Here finally is the new layout I promised many moons ago. You might noticed some things are different too with the way posts are done. They now how a featured image like my Tamara Braun site has. There’s still a lot to do on the site, but I thought I’d make it live anyway. The gallery and pages within the site are still needing to be done, but I’m hoping you like the changes. There is also a planned media section, as well as a revamped press section that is now available for your viewing. Please feel free to browse the press section and take in the new images of Ted in the header. I hope you like the new look. I know I do. Another thing we finally have is a Twitter page for the site. Here you’ll find all the updated to the site that will be posted, but also I’ll post updates as far as if there is anything you should know about the site. Just click on the image below to go to the Twitter account and if you have a Twitter yourself, think of following us. So that’s it for now. Please know that for the foreseeable future, TED KING ONLINE will remain up.

I wanted to let you know that some changes will be coming soon. I’m in the process of having a new layout made as well as headers for the site. I’m also revamping the press section as well as a media section for Ted clips. Please keep an eye on this space. I’m also planning a Twitter account for this site to keep you aware of updates for the site.

On behalf of TED KING ONLINE I’d like to wish Ted the happiest of days. He turns a half a century and a year today…. That means 51. Please accept our hopes for the happiest of days and our best to Maya, Vivienne and Ava always.

I wanted to let you know that TEDKING.ORG will be going off line for the rest of the month. The domain needs renewing and due to my finances being a little short this month, I don’t have the renewal fee. If anyone would like to contribute just a little money to keep it online, that would be appreciated. You can do so by clicking the button in this post, that would be very much appreciated. You can pay via PayPal with your bank account or a credit card. The payment is safe and secure and encrypted for your peace of mind. Thanks to anyone willing to help out. If not, then the site will be offline for the rest of the month. The expiration date is in three days, though it might stay online during the weekend. So it will likely be offline by Monday (14 November, 2016). This also means the gallery will be offline as well.

ON this day I’d like to wish Ted the happiest of birthdays. He turns 51 today and it is my sincere wish he is spending the day with Maya, Ava and Vivienne. If you read this Ted, please have a great one.


I want to first of all thank Kat for alerting me to this project of Ted’s I hadn’t known was coming up. So thank you Kat. I have the screencaps of Ted’s scenes in this telefilm that aired this past weekend on the Lifetime Channel. Here Ted played copyright attorney Charles Benton who became the unwilling subject of Kate Mansi’s affections. Kate played the part of Abigail Devereaux DiMera on Days of our Lives where Ted’s GENERAL HOSPITAL Tamara Braun played the parts of Ava Vitali and Taylor Walker. Small world. I was going to make the caps in medium quality, much like what is in the gallery of Ted’s television work, however, I thought I’d leave them in HQ for those of you who want to do any fanart.

I also wanted to let you know I’m going to be giving the site a much needed facelift with a new layout and some additions to the gallery. Unfortunately my life has sort of been a little hodgepodge of late. My mother died in May of last year and in the months since I’ve been sort of trying to find myself. I’ve also been trying to figure out my online world and where it goes from here. Thank you for sticking by me here and for continuing to enjoy Ted’s work.

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