Sean Teale is a British born actor known for his portrayal of Prince Condé in the historical romantic series Reign. Some of his other incredible roles are Nick Levan in Skins and Ben Larson in the Syfy series Incorporated. The actor also played the lead role in the Fox series, The Gifted which is related to the show Legion.
Sean Teale was born Sean James Teale on 18 June 1992 in London, England, UK to father Noel and mother Fini. He was born under the star sign of Gemini. He belongs to Mixed ( Venezuelan, Spanish and Welsh) ethnic groups and is British by nationality.
Teale went to Latymer Upper School in Hammersmith as a kid where he took up drama and played rugby. He changed his focus to drama after being spotted by an agent in the audience at a school play and was told by him that he should leave sports in fears of damaging his looks.
As of March 2019, Teale is single and unmarried. However, in the past, he was dating actress Adelaide Kane who was a costar of his when he worked in the series Reign.
Apart from this, he has kept a shy and under the radar persona about his relationships. He is also very secretive about his love life as well as his dating life. Similarly, no one has spotted him with anyone at a public place.
As of March 2019, Teale’s net worth is estimated to be around a decent $6 million. He was able to amass this decent net worth by working in the industry as an actor. Teale stepped into the film industry with the film Sergeant Slaughter, My Big Brother which was a short film. The average actor earns around $39.84 per hour.
He made his feature film debut in 2014 with the film titled, We Are the Freaks where he played the role of Chunks. Then the next year he played the role of Alvin Murdoch in the film Survivor. After this, he played several roles on film.
His TV career started in 2010 with the show, Summer in Transylvania. Then after this in 2011 he got his breakthrough role as Nick Levan in Skins. Then after a few other roles, his most notable role came in the form of Louis de Condé in Reign.
After this, he was cast in The Gifted as Marcos Diaz/Eclipse which is the main role of the series.
Among his other notable works on TV are The Bible, Mr Selfridge, Voltron: Legendary Defender.