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Welcome to THE PORTAL TED KING ONLINE @ www.tedking.org an online resource to American actor Ted King. Best known for his roles of Lorenzo Alcazar on the ABC soap opera General Hosptial and as Inspector Andy Treudeau on the WB supernatural series Charmed. Ted has also appeared in the soap operas One Life To Live as Tomas Delgado and in Loving & The City as Danny Roberts, and in the ABC short-lived series Timecop as Officer Jack Logan, Prison Break as the mysterious Downey, and the films The X-Files: Fight the Future, Hoodlum & Son, Alpha House, and Shouting Secrets. Ted's other credits include, Fraiser, CSI: Miami, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Sex and the City, JAG, and Dawson's Creek. If you are a long-time fan of Ted's or a novice, THE TED KING PORTAL should be your place to come first for all the news concerning Ted's past and future work. Thanks for visiting.
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TED KING ONLINE @ richardmadden.org is a website dedicated to the work of American actor Ted King. I am in no way affiliated with his person, his management, nor his family. All content, except otherwise noted, is copyrighted to their original owners and no infringement is intended and no rights implied. Content contained within are subject to fair use and used here either in whole or in part as a commentary on the work and career of Ted King.

Posted On: November 10, 2010 || Author: Ted King Online

EW magazine is apparently reporting and SoapCentral is confirming, that Ted has signed with the ABC soap opera ONE LIFE TO LIVE as an unnamed character to be involved with the character of Blair played by Kassie DePavia. Ted’s first airdate has been scheduled for January 21, 2011. My guess it’s so he and Maya and Ava can make the move to New York where OLTL is taped. This is very good news for Ted’s fans as we get him back on our screens. Keep an eye out here for more news as it’s reported. And don’t fear, I’ll be doing up Ted’s episodes for the site. Whew, between Ted and Stephen Nichols who’s currently playing uber-tycoon Tucker McCall on the soap opera THE YOUNG & THE RESTLESS, I’ll be one busy girl. Now if Tamara Braun decided to come back to daytime, I’d really be snookered.

Posted On: June 09, 2009 || Author: Ted King Online

More news of Ted’s iminent return to the role of Lorenzo Alcazar to GENERAL HOSPITAL. On the heels of the departure of Rick Hearst (Ric Lansing) comes news that Ted has been spotted in the building, spurring rumors of his return. Soap Central has the article here:

[ LINK ]Is Ted King returning to General Hospital

My own personal opinion: I think Ted would be nutty to return. With Rick Hearst being dropped down to recurring considering his tenure then eventual leaving (he’s since signed with The Bold and the Beautiful), and that Ric Lansing was never allowed a storyline outside of being Sonny’s brother, I’m reminded of something Ted said in one of his exit interviews with Soap Opera Weekly:

“I don’t think so, to be honest with you. I really don’t. Because there have been times where there’s a storyline there for a couple of months, something different, and they it always goes back to my role being opposite Sonny. There’s never an opportunity for my character to just go off and set up his own thing in Port Charles. Sonny doesn’t have to be an issue, but he always is. And really, what’s the reason? Sonny didn’t kill his brother (Luis Alcazar), Sonny didn’t kill his son (Diego), and Sonny didn’t kill his niece (Sage). He lost three people in this town, and Sonny didn’t kill any of them. Yet he’s always angry at Sonny. It doesn’t make any sense to me. At some point, I’ve got to go…. I had to take a long, hard look at what I’m doing on the show, and I did. I need to get out. This is not making me happy.”

I think the operative word in all of this is Sonny. Would Lorenzo actually be allowed a story outside of Sonny and Jason? Likely not. Given that Jason carried out the hit on Lorenzo at Sonny’s insistence, it’s more than likely Lorenzo would come back with a huge chip on his shoulder for Sonny and Jason, hence, back into the fire. Considering too that Ted just came off a successful run on PRISON BREAK, I seriously doubt that GENERAL HOSPITAL is the only offer Ted’s received. Consideration #2, that Robert Guza Jr. is incapable of crafting an intricate story not including Jason or Sonny and that he as well as Jill Farren Phelps, and Brian “BS” Frons give the hook to get the actor to sign/re-sign, then lie and do the turnabout (can anyone say Groundbreaking Lesbian Love Story), I’d pretty much say the writing in on the wall way before Ted would be signing on the dotted line.

The above is solely my take on the current state of affairs on daytime television and bear no relation to Ted or any of his decisions.

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