Neal Bledsoe stars as Teddy, a rich, highly educated young cop who has never been good with authority, in NBC's gritty police drama "Ironside."
Bledsoe is a Toronto-born actor who has done a wide variety of work. He is the face of Old Spice and Tiffany & Co. for their advertising campaigns and is one of Hollywood's hottest young actors.
On the big screen, he has landed roles in everything from popular studio films such as "Revolutionary Road" and "Sex and the City 2," to independent features, including "Under New Management," "Grand Street," "Police State" and "Highrise."
Bledsoe most recently starred in "Junction," playing the lead role in the independent thriller that was written and directed by Tony Glazer. His portrayal of a meth addict won him several awards, including outstanding achievement in acting at the 2013 First Time Festival and Long Island International Film Festival in 2012. He also starred opposite Eric Roberts in Joe Basile's independent feature "West End," which premiered at the Soho Film Festival earlier this year.
He also has an extensive list of television credits, including recurring roles on dramas such as "Smash," "Law & Order: SVU" and "Ugly Betty." Bledsoe has also guest starred on "Blue Bloods," "Gossip Girl," "Law & Order," "CSI: NY," "Lipstick Jungle," "Six Degrees," "The Beautiful Life" and "Body of Proof."