Born: 28 August 1973 (47 years old)
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Matthew John Armstrong is an American actor best known for his role as Pete Pryor on the television drama series American Dreams, from 2002-2005; and for his recurring role as radioactive Ted Sprague on the sci-fi series Heroes.He is married to Ashley Crow, the actress who portrays Mrs. Sandra Bennett on Heroes. She is 13 years his senior.
American Dreams - Season 1
American Horror Story - Season 2 (Asylum)
Body of Proof - Season 3
Bones - Season 6
Breakout Kings - Season 1
CSI: Miami - Season 8
E-Ring - Season 1
Heroes - Season 1
House - Season 2
Justified - Season 4
NCIS - Season 13
Navy Seaman Michael Hayes
Numb3rs - Season 2
Perception - Season 3
Private Practice - Season 2
Raising the Bar - Season 1
Supernatural - Season 6
The Fixer (2012) - Season 5
The Mentalist - Season 2
Deputy Nick Fisher
The Shield - Season 2
Threshold - Season 1
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