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Sean Teale stars in "The Bible" miniseries on History Channel.

British actor Sean Teale is from London and was plucked for his first professional acting role as Nick Levan in the fifth and sixth series of the popular UK television program "Skins," while he was in the middle of his A-Level exams in his final year at Latymer Upper School, Hammersmith. After deciding to switch his focus from sports to drama, his performance in a school play was spotted by an agent in the audience.

Teale has also been seen in Syfy's original movie "Abominable Snowman" and the UK teen comedy film "We Are the Freaks," as well as an episode of the UK Nickelodeon's "Summer in Transylvania," in which he played a werewolf.


How old is Sean Teale? Find out here.

Age: 24 years old
Birthday: June 18, 1992
Hometown: London, England, UK

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