Teddy Robson is a London based actor, writer and director. He began his training with the Drama Centre Foundation course in Acting and then went on to achieved a BA in Drama at the University of Essex. He ended his formal training with an MA in Acting at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.

In mid 2017, he directed two short plays (for the Free-Rayne Theatre company) at the Southwark Playhouse. Later in the year, he starred as the titular role in the National Youth Theatre’s 50th Anniversary performance of “Zigger Zagger” at Wilton’s Music Hall, and starred as the second lead in a new play – “Serotonin” at the Water Rats Theatre - as a part of the Camden Fringe Festival. He is currently writing an original farce that he and a fellow actor shall be taking to the Camden Fringe 2018 and will also be starring in an original new drama, to be staged at the same festival.