Ted Dowling is a Seattle-based actor & performer specializing in film, television, & stage.  He has appeared in numerous stage productions throughout New England, the Pacific Northwest, Alaska and Canada.  Ted graduated Magna Cum Laude from Middlebury College in 1995 with a double major in both Dramatic Performance and Creative Writing.  A three time Irene Ryan Acting Award winner, Ted has also received a national distinction in acting award from the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C.

Vice Principal Panch -    Putnam County Spelling Bee

Vice Principal Panch - Putnam County Spelling Bee

Ezekiel Rowen -   The Kentucky Cycle

Ezekiel Rowen - The Kentucky Cycle

Bonebright  -  Moore Theater

BonebrightMoore Theater

Other notable awards include the 2014 Seattle Broadway World Best Leading Actor in a Non-Touring Play and the 2014 Kitsap Sun Best Leading Actor in a Play, both for his portrayal of three generations of Rowen patriarchs in Robert Schenkkan's Pulitzer Prize winning play, The Kentucky Cycle.  Ted has trained in a variety of acting techniques, including Meisner, Stage Improv, Viewpoints, Clown and Linklater Voice. 

Although Ted has only recently bridged the gap between stage and film, in the past year he has appeared in numerous television shows and commercials, including roles on Grimm, Z Nation and spots for Powerade and Delta Airlines.