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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.

I’ve finally established the press section. There are a few articles there with scans to the original pages as they appeared in the magazines. Please feel free to click on the link in the menu at the top of the page to start reading.



This post is going to come as a shock to you guys considering that it’s the second post in so many days. Unheard of here, right? Don’t answer that.

I’m going to be starting to add pages to the site. Hopefully in the press section. What I’m going to do here is, unlike my Tamara Braun site where I’ve added the actual scan of the article to the actual page, I’m going to offer the link to the article if it is a scanned page in the gallery. If it is an online article, it’ll have the original page where it can be found. That way I can just give the basics of the article rather than a whole schmazzle in trying to provide the ‘ultiimate’ experience and get horribly behind as I have. I’m also going to to be getting to work on the gallery. I’m also going to be doing away with the formatting in the post titles I’ve had over the Cutnews posts to here. Instead of using the site’s name, which I think by now you know, I’m just going to cut straight to the point instead of beating around that old tired bush.



Ted made the ABC SOAPS IN DEPTH 100 Hottest Hunks issue. He was listed in two spots for playing both Lorenzo and Luis Alcazar. Problem is twofold: 1) He’s listed too far down the list. He should have been closer to the top ten. And 2) They got the identification wrong on the photos. They had Lorenzo without the beard and Luis with. We all know who had the beard and who didn’t. I hate it when Ted makes the soap magazines but they pretty much crap on him when they do. SID didn’t have an exit interview with him when he left GENERAL HOSPITAL and that they made an error in the photo identifications…. shameful. While I’m not not dismayed that Ted is getting more press in the soap magazines, I’d appreciate it if they’d get it right. Not too much to ask…. is it?

  • [ 002 ] 02/09/2009 – SID 100 Soaps Hottest Hunks



With PRISON BREAK set to air tomorrow night, I just wanted to give the head’s up on when the media will be up on the site. I’ll have the first screencaps up within the hour after the show ends. Which means no later than 11:00 PM Eastern Time. The clip will be ready on THE PORTAL: TED KING MEDIA later in the night. It takes about one hour to convert the clip to a usuable file size, then about an hour to extract however many scenes Ted will be in, then convert it to WMV format to upload to the site. Depending on how long the clip is, it usually takes about a half an hour for the database to add the clip and activate it. So it might be the next morning before the clip is available on the media site. I’m sorry for that inconvenience, but it’s the software I use.

So for now, is everyone waiting anxiously for Ted? I know I am. Congratulations to Ted on his new role. Here’s hoping Downey lasts a long time.