How much is Christopher Cousins worth? - Wondering how wealthy & rich is Christopher Cousins? Or maybe you\u2019re just curious about Christopher Cousins's age, body measurements, height, weight, hair color, eye color, bra & waist size, bio, wiki, wealth and salary?\n\n\n\n\n\n Christopher Cousins \u200b\u200b (New York, September 27, 1960) is an American actor whose career -mainly on television- began in 1986. He is known for his role as Ted Beneke in the award-winning series Breaking Bad. \n \n\nChristopher Cousins's Biography\n Although born in New York, Cousins \u200b\u200bgrew up in the state of Oklahoma, where he always believed he would be an artistic painter. \n He began to be attracted by acting in his senior year in high school. He moved to Boston at the age of seventeen to attend the Theater Department of Boston University, where he graduated with a BFA degree at the School of Fine Arts. \n Theater\n Cousins \u200b\u200breturned to the city of New York and began his career in the theater, where he played roles as Norman in The Norman Conquests (the Norman conquests), Mercutio in Romeo and Juliet and Macbeth in Macbeth. \n Television\n He was first introduced to television in Another World, As The World Turns and One Life To Live. He made guest star roles in The Law and Order, Swift Justice and Prince Street and had a recurring role in the series Feds. \n At the end of the nineties, Cousins \u200b\u200bmoved to Los Angeles (California) to star in the opposite sex series with Milo Ventimiglia. His recent recurring roles included Charles Reilly in Lipstick Jungle with Kim Raver and Wallace Supreme Court Judge Rainer in the Vanished series. \n He has had other recurring roles in American Dreams, Joan of Arcadia and Stargate SG-1. \n Cousins \u200b\u200bhas been guest star in numerous programs such as Criminal Minds, Chuck, NCIS, The West Wing, ER, The Practice, Boston Public, The Shield, Dr. House, Miracles, No Trace, Shark, Cold Case, Monk, Hawaii 5-0 and Breaking Bad, among others. \n Cinema\n His film credits include: For Love of the Game with Kevin Costner, directed by Sam Raimi, Wicker Park with Josh Hartnett, The Grudge 2 (HBO) and Untraceable, with Diane Lane, and directed by Gregory Hoblit. \n Artist painter\n Additionally, Cousins \u200b\u200breturned to painting while living in New York. Since moving to Los Angeles he has presented several exhibitions at the Glass Garage Gallery, SoHo Gallery, The Lowe Gallery and Pharmaka Gallery. \n Outside of Los Angeles he has exhibited in galleries in Seattle (Washington), Atlanta (Georgia), Boca Raton (Florida) and international exhibitions in Venice (Italy) and Hanoi (Vietnam). \n Race\n He is best known for his role as Cain Rogan in the telenovela One Life to Live between 1991 and 1994 and a brief return in 2008. He also appeared as ambassador Joseph Faxon in two episodes in 2001 of the science fiction series Stargate & nbsp; -1. \n In the series Breaking Bad he played Ted Beneke, a supporting character who appeared in thirteen episodes, from the second season to the fifth (and last), and also played V\u00edctor Doyle in three episodes of the Revolution series, NBC channel. \n Some notable roles in film films included David Williams in Untraceable (2008), villain Daniel in Wicker Park (2004) and Bill in The Grudge & nbsp; 2 (2006). He also had appearances in three episodes of the Glee teen series as Superintendent Harris, and in the Twisted series he represented Mayor Rollins. \n\n\n\nMore Facts about Christopher Cousins\n\nThe Christopher Cousins's statistics like age, body measurements, height, weight, bio, wiki, net worth posted above have been gathered from a lot of credible websites and online sources. But, there are a few factors that will affect the statistics, so, the above figures may not be 100% accurate.