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Ted Reyerson
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Ted Reyerson
Series: Preacher
Gender: Male
Notability: Minor character
Location: Annville, Texas
Relatives: Mrs. Reyerson [1]
Status: Deceased
Died: 2016
First: "Pilot"
Final: "Pilot"
Actor: Brian Huskey

Ted Reyerson is a fictional character featured on the AMC supernatural drama series Preacher. Played by actor Brian Huskey, he made a single appearance in the pilot episode of the show.

Biography Edit

Ted Reyerson was a single man in his forties or fifties who lived in the town of Annville, Texas. He was an emotionally disturbed individual, who believed that he had existed under the oppressive yoke of his mother. Ted constantly sought advice from the town preacher Jesse Custer, who had little in the way of helping words other than to encourage him to step up for himself.

An incident occurred wherein Jesse gained the ability to mentally force people to obey his commands. When Ted came up to again with his problems, Jesse inadvertently put his power to use, telling Ted to confront his mother on the issue. He used the words, "Be brave. Tell the truth. Open your heart". This became Ted's mantra as he followed Jesse's instruction to its most literal conclusion.

Ted booked a flight to see his mother at an assisted living facility, all the while repeating the words that the preacher had said to him, "Be brave. Tell the truth. Open your heart". Addressing his mother, he confessed his concerns, then used a cake knife to cut open his chest and pull out his own heart.

Notes & Trivia Edit

  • Final fate: Death by self-inflicted organ removal; cutting out his own heart.

Appearances Edit

  1. Preacher: Pilot

See also Edit

References Edit

  1. Mother; Located at an assisted living facility.


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