Gay character of Teddy to return to 90210 for multiple episodes

Trevor Donovan's presence dependent upon whether actor is cast in Hunger Games seq

Gay character of Teddy to return to 90210 for multiple episodes
05 July 2012

Last season, The CW series 90210 relegated its gay character, Teddy Montgomery, to the sidelines after spending considerable time the previous year on his coming out story.

Teddy, portrayed by Trevor Donovan, will return for at least the first two episodes of the series when it returns for its fourth season in the fall.

Donovan appeared in the third season finale after the character of Silver (Jessica Stroup) asked him to father her child. She is on a deadline to get pregnant because she must undergo preventative cancer treatments that will leave her sterile.

Teddy and Silver originally dated then became best friends as Teddy dealt with being gay and coming out to their classmates at West Beverly High School.

According to Zap2It.com, Donovan has signed for the for the two episodes and could be in many more if he is not cast in the sequel to The Hunger Games. The actor is under consideration for the role of Finnick Odair.

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