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Ted King Shows Off His Screen Actors Guild Award!

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Please join us in congratulating Ted King on winning a Screen Actors Guild Award for his role in the much-lauded film Oppenheimer! In the 30th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, Oppenheimer was awarded the Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture of 2023, and that includes King, who played the role of Senator Bob Bartlett.

“I had no idea the Screen Actors Guild delivered these to every member of the cast,” King shared on Instagram with a photo of the cover letter and then a video of him unveiling the award certificate. “So proud of my fellow cast members who gave their heart and soul to this film.”

King got his big break when he debuted as Danny Roberts on LOVING in 1995, carrying the character over to its spinoff, THE CITY. After starring in primetime shows like TIMECOP and CHARMED, the actor returned to daytime in 2002 to play Luis and Lorenzo Alcazar on GENERAL HOSPITAL. From 2011-12 he enjoyed a run as Tomás Delgado on ONE LIFE TO LIVE and in 2021 began playing Jack Finnegan on THE BOLD & THE BEAUTIFUL (for which he took home the Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Performer in 2022).

King can be seen in the Academy Award-winning Oppenheimer as Senator Bob Bartlett, during the Senate confirmation hearing for Lewis Strauss, played by Robert Downey, Jr., who won an Oscar for his role. “Working on Oppenheimer as Senator Bob Bartlett was an unforgettable experience,” King said when the movie was released. “The film deserves all of the adulation it has and will continue to receive for generations. I truly loved researching and performing the role.

“Wonderful film by a masterful director,” he continued. “Feel very fortunate to have been invited along for the journey!”

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