|Date of Birth:||July 19, 1969|
|Birth Place:||California, United States|
|First appearance:||"All Roads Lead to Fitz"|
|Final appearance:||"Nobody Likes Babies"|
Background & Personal LifeEdit
Cullen is married to Rachel Douglas, they married in September 1994 and have two children together. He use to support himself by busking for Broadway and London's West End theatergoers with his physical comedy routines. He once roomed with actor Michael Emerson. Cullen studied at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy and Florida School of the Arts.
Cullen was primarily a theatre actor for years, but made his debut on film and television by creating such fan favorites as The Bird Man on ABC’s Grey’s Antomy and Sapo on FOX’s Prison Break. As a writer he was the first recipient of The Humanitas Organization's "New Voices" initiative, which paired Cullen alongside industry juggernaut Shonda Rhimes. He also wrote and continues to perform across the country in the solo play "Afraid to Look Back" – which explores the journey he took in becoming a first-time father to son born with Down syndrome.
His other television credits include The Mentalist (2011), CSI: NY (2010), Psych (2010), True Blood (2009), Without a Trace (2008), Criminal Minds (2007), Bones (2006), CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2006), Charmed (2005) and Six Feet Under (2005).
Cullen’s film appearances include Ace Ventura: Pet Detective Jr. (2009), Shuttle (2008), Sunshine State (2002) and Love Liza (2002).