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Owen Teague caught the acting bug at age 4, when he would reenact scenes from Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” every day at his house in Tampa. Some 10 years later, he made his TV debut in an episode of “Malibu Country,” followed by appearances in shows like “NCIS: Los Angeles” and “Bones.” Teague’s big break, however, sent him back home to Florida for Netflix’s “Bloodline.”

With an all-star cast that includes Kyle Chandler, Ben Mendelsohn, and Sissy Spacek, “Bloodline” follows the Rayburns, a respected family in their Florida Keys community. When Danny (Mendelsohn), the black sheep of the family, returns home, he stirs up trouble. Beginning in Season 1 in 2015, Teague does double duty as both young Danny in flashbacks and Nolan Rayburn, Danny’s son. Teague may have only been a high school student at the time, but he stayed cool in the presence of A-listers. “I don’t think I was really star struck with anyone, except when doing my first scene with Ben Mendelsohn,” the actor told the Tampa Bay Times. “He’s such a great guy.”

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