Carter Hudson portrays “Teddy McDonald,” a CIA operative banished to the Los Angeles office after a mysterious misstep in the past. Trying to get his career back on track, Teddy is running an off-the-books assignment to help fund the fight against communism in South America.
In season three, Teddy’s family and work lives become inseparable, as he's forced to reckon with the increasingly-personal cost of providing freedom.
Hudson is primarily known as a New York stage actor and has appeared in several highly-lauded productions Off-Broadway. Hudson most recently starred as "Tristan" in the New York Times Critics’ Picks production of Lucy Prebble’s The Effect, directed by David Cromer at the Barrow Street Theatre. Prior Off-Broadway stage appearances include the revival of Jon Robin Baitz's The Substance of Fire at Second Stage Theater opposite John Noble and directed by Trip Cullman, Van Gogh's Ear produced by Ensemble for the Romantic Century at the Signature Theatre, Abyss at The Play Company, Wyoming produced by Lesser America and The Boogeyman at the New York International Fringe Festival.
Regional theater appearances include: Keith Bunin’s Unbuilt City directed by Sean Mathias at New York Stage and Film, The Chosen and The Whipping Man at Portland Center Stage, Mai Dang Lao and DB at the JAW Festival, Honus & Me at the Mountain Playhouse and Empire Comics Presents… at Strangemen Theatre Company. Hudson’s television appearances include HBO’s The Night Of and Codes of Conduct.
He is a founding member of Glass Bandits Theater Company and a graduate of SUNY Purchase College Acting Conservatory.