Christopher Cousins Bio, Age, Net Worth, Wife, Movies, Interview

Christopher Cousins Biography

Christopher Cousins is an American actor. He is famously known for playing conman Cain Rogan in forty-one episodes on the soap opera One Life to Live in the early and mid-1990s. He is also known for his numerous appearances in television shows. Between 2009 and 2013, he played Ted Beneke in thirteen episodes of the AMC series Breaking Bad.

He played Victor Doyle in seven episodes of the NBC series Revolution in 2013 and 2014. He has appeared in many diverse roles. There roles include David Williams in Untraceable (2008), Daniel in Wicker Park (2004) and Bill in The Grudge 2 (2006). He also portrayed the father of the main characters in Legally Blondes.

He has also made an appearance on Glee. He has also appeared in an episode of House, M.D. as a victim’s father on an episode called “Distractions” in season 2. In season 3 of Supernatural he played a doctor whose daughter is the spirit in “Bedtime Stories”. He also appeared on Criminal Minds as a trauma surgeon.

The episode was called “Nameless, Faceless” in season 5, episode 1. Christopher also appeared on Designated Survivor as Senator Rouse. He had a recurring role in Bosch as Martin Weiss in 2016. Weiss was an attorney for Armenian mobster.

Currently, Christopher donates his time to several community organizations. Among them; The Carter Center on Hunger Relief and Housing, The Southern Poverty Law Center, Human Rights Watch and Actor’s Fund. In his spare time he paints, fences, reads and enjoys doing crosswords.

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Christopher Cousins Age

Christopher Cousins was born in New York City, New York, United States of America. He was born on 27th September, 1960. His current age is 58 years old as of 2019.

Christopher Cousins Net Worth

Since the beginning of his career in 1986, Christopher has made a huge fortune. He rose to fame after appearing in the hit AMC series Breaking Bad. From there, he has starred in a number of television shows and films. Some of his notable works include in films such as Untraceable, and The Grudge 2.

Additionally, he has also starred as Senator Rouse in Designated Survivor. Christopher Cousins actual net worth is currently under review. It is however estimated that he is worth millions. He has not won any awards in his career. He however got a nomination for Soap Opera Digest Award in the category of Outstanding Comic Performance for One Life to Live.

Christopher Cousins Wife

Christopher Cousins got married to his wife Lori Cousins in 2000. Before their marriage, the two had been dating for a very long time. It is however, not clear when and how they met. Through their blissful married life Cousins and his wife, Lori are blessed with two children. Details about their children are not really known. We will update the details.

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  • L.A.’s Finest (TV Series)
  • 2016-2018 UnREAL (TV Series)
  • 2017 Kevin (Probably) Saves the World (TV Series)
  • 2017 Designated Survivor (TV Series)
  • 2015 CSI: Cyber (TV Series)
  • 2014-2015 The Vampire Diaries (TV Series)
  • 2013-2015 Glee (TV Series)
  • 2013-2014 Revolution (TV Series)
  • 2013-2014 Twisted (TV Series)
  • 2013 Longmire (TV Series)
  • 2009-2012 Breaking Bad (TV Series)
  • 2010 Nikita (TV Series)
  • 2009 Criminal Minds (TV Series)
  • 2009 Legally Blondes (Video)
  • 1991-2008 One Life to Live (TV Series)
  • 2007 The Shield (TV Series)
  • 2006 In Justice (TV Series)
  • 2004 Without a Trace (TV Series)
  • 2001 Family Law (TV Series)
  • 1986 Another World (TV Series)

Christopher Cousins Interview

Q: Ted tries to run away and trips on a rug in Season 4 Episode 11, “Crawl Space.” Was that a stunt man?

Christopher Cousins: The guy who slid on the floor was a stunt man. I had spinal surgery right around Christmas, so really all I could do was trip. I ran and kind of fell forward, but that whole thing where he hit the ground and slipped wasn’t me — I was only four months out of major surgery, so I had to be very careful.

Q: Is there a Hollywood strategy to falling comfortably?

Christopher Cousins: When I did [the TV series] Terriers I did all that stuff except for the actual car hitting. You pad up and you’re trained to take your fall with the hands. It depends though, each fall has a different kind of technique.

Q: Ted has had some incredibly tense scenes with Skyler this season. Did you two practice creating tension off camera?

Christopher Cousins: I’ll say this: We started to talk a little bit at one point about really what was going on in our character’s minds, but we eventually both decided not to do that. The writing is so amazing that literally you’re discovering things in the scene together as it goes. We could have shot those scenes for two more days and found all these different ways to do it. When I’m working with her, it’s like fencing, you know. You step on the set with Anna Gunn or Bob Odenkirk and it’s like running with racehorses — you run faster. So we kind of prepped separately and then let it happen.

Q: You’ve said before that acting led you to a deeper awareness of yourself. How has this been true with your portrayal of Ted Beneke?

Christopher Cousins: To me, Ted is one of the loneliest characters I’ve ever played. That house is a lonely place to be, his bedroom, his office, everything. I think, I can identify with that sometimes.

Q: Ted is arguably one of the better-dressed characters on the show. Is Ted’s style like your own?

Christopher Cousins: No I hang out in T-shirts and jeans — I’m a painter. I’ve never been a businessman, but I always play professional, wealthy people. I am a professional person, but believe me, I’m not that wealthy.

Q: Ted leases a car so he can feel like an important businessman again. If you lost everything you owned, what’s the first thing you would go out and buy so you felt like you again?

Christopher Cousins: I spend most of my money on art supplies! Listen though, just to defend Ted, it’s important in many instances to project the image of success; it’s the world we live in. Like years ago, when I was younger, my agent used to always get mad at me because my hair was kind of shaggy. They were always like, you’ve got to dress better and cut your hair. I ended up being more aware of how I presented myself in auditions, and I’m sure it helped.

Q: You’ve said before that you’ve often gotten typecast as a nice guy with a dark side. Ted Beneke is no different. Do you find your role on Breaking Bad has changed the types of characters you’re being offered?

Christopher Cousins: I’m so grateful for this particular job because before I got it, I was feeling a little complacent about my career. Working with these quality writers and these great actors has sort of woken me up a bit,as an artist. I’ve had to dig deeper and my game has had to get better as an actor. So since I started this job, I feel like I have been playing more interesting people. There’s been more depth to my work.