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DIRECTED BY SETH MACFARLANE

Ted 2012

Ted

Directed by

Seth MacFarlane

Starring

Mark Wahlberg
Mark Wahlberg
Mila Kunis
Mila Kunis
Giovanni Ribisi
Giovanni Ribisi
Actor
Character
John Bennett
Lori Collins
Seth MacFarlane
Ted
Joel McHale
Rex
Patrick Warburton
Guy
Matt Walsh
Thomas
Jessica Barth
Tami-Lynn
Aedin Mincks
Robert
Bill Smitrovich
Frank
Norah Jones
Norah Jones
Sam J. Jones
Sam Jones
Tom Skerritt
Tom Skerritt
Bretton Manley
Young John
Ralph Garman
John's Dad
Alex Borstein
John's Mom
John Viener
Alix
Laura Vandervoort
Tanya
Robert Wu
Asian Man 'Ming'
Ginger Gonzaga
Gina
Jessica Stroup
Tracy
Melissa Ordway
Michelle
Max Harris
Greenbaum Kid
Zane Cowans
Kid #1 / Young Ted's Voice
T.J. Hourigan
Kid #2
Owen Clarke
Kid #3
Kristina Ellery
Heavenly
Katelyn Lorren
Cherene
Chanty Sok
Angelique
Sarah Fischer
Sauvignon Blanc
Cassie Djerf
Waitress
Joe Siriani
Guy at Table #1
Pat Shea
Guy at Table #2
Paul Campbell
Guy in Line
Josh Duvendeck
Guy #1
Chris Cox
Guy #2
Henry Penzi
Partygoer (Ted's Buddy)
Tania Cabrera
Girl at Party
Colton Shires
Teenage John
Viera Andrea Moya
Plymouth PR Worker
Haejee Kim
Club Girl
Lydia Hannibal
Ellen
Shawn Thornton
Crazy Guy
Eric Weinstein
Stagehand
Danny Smith
Waiter
Mike Nikitas
Newscaster
Robin Hamilton
Female Newscaster
Mike Henry
Southern Newscaster
Johnny Lee Davenport
Husband
Chris Everett
Wife
David Afflick
Wedding Guest
Christy Alcroft
Kermin
Kilo Alexander
Rock Star Party Guest
Jenny Allford
Party Chick
Christian Alvarado
Norah Jones Concert Audience
Emmalyn Anderson
Concert Attendee
Dale F. Appel
Tourist
Lilith Astaroth
Concertgoer
Jacqueline Astbury
Pedestrian
Jamie Lea Babineau
Club goer
Keenan Bassma
Patron Ballgame
Alecia Batson
Girl Feeding Waterfowl
Michael Battle
Party Guest
Marshall Berenson
Business Executive
Ronald Boone
Liberty Mechanic
Nicole Boucher
Pretty Party Girl
Paul Bronk
Karaoke Lounge Patron
Jeff T. Buco
Pedestrian
Rachael Burke
Concert Goer
Alex Bussell
Hot Girl
Johnny Carson
Self
Madison Dae Clarion
Flower Girl
Jeffrey Corazzini
Photographer
Stevie Costa
Dance Scene
Alexandra Creteau
Club Patron
Ted Danson
Richard DeAgazio
Restaurant Patron
Devon Diep
Karaoke Girl
Eric Dittelman
Party Goer
Aaron Dorsey
Extra
Vinicio Kahdiak Eduardo
Club Patron
Ellyana
Wedding guest
Jackie B. Fabian
Fraternity Girl
Keith Fluker
Doorman
Jimmy Flynn
Wedding Guest
Shawn Fogarty
PR Firm Employee
Evan Fonseca
Man at Concert
John Franchi
Tourist / Pedestrian
Alexander Alex Garde
Boy at Aquarium
Sophia Gilberto
Concert Attendee
Enku Gubaie
Party Guest
Josh Gunderson
Man At Concert
London Hall
Car Rental Patron / Party Guest
Rachael Hobson
Concert Goer
Danny Hoch
Donny's Dad
Rosemary Howard
Pedestrian at Irish Pub
Ashley Hughes
Concert Attendee
Frankie Imbergamo
Tourist
Mike Jablon
Nightclub Manager
Olivia Jordan
Party Guest
Lynn Julian
Concert Attendee
Colleen Kelly
Restaurant Patron
Tom Kenny
SpongeBob SquarePants
Tom Kenny
SpongeBob SquarePants
Seamus Knight
Extra
Ren Knopf
Store Shopper
Mark Kubr
Party Goer
Marissa Labog
Woman in Park
Kathy LaShay Berenson
PR Employee
Joshua Lassman
Ted's Party Guest
Henry Laun
Bar Patron
Rob Lavin
Concert Attendee
Jordan Lazieh
Concert Attendee
Kamron Leal
Concert Attendee
James L. Leite
Roadie
Christopher J. Long
OnStage Security
Daniel Lowney
Irishman Arguing Outside Pub
Paul Lussier
Concert Attendee
Phyllis Lynn
Business Woman
Gwen MacKay
Mini Golf Player
Jeffrey Malick
Wedding Guest
Tom Mariano
Wedding Guest
Rob Marin
On Stage Security - Boston Hatch Shell
Katie McCabe
Party Goer
Ed McMahon
Self
Wayne R. Miller
Party Guest
Tony Moreira
Star Wars Movie Attendee
Sara Murphy
Wedding Guest
Bethany Murray
City Girl
Ken Murray
Party Goer
Jonathan Neves
patron
Roxanne Nichols
Club Girl
Leigh Nicole
Club Patron / Wedding Guest
Allan Oliveira
Party Guest
Miriam Olken
Concert Goer
Ted Oyama
Japanese Newscaster
Richard Pacheco
Man in the Common
Chris Palermo
Wedding Guest
Joseph Paolo
Concert Patron
Joshua Paule
Airport Patron
Steve Perry
Concert Guest
Laura Pizzuti
Party Guest / Concert Guest
David Pulson
Roadie
Stacey Queripel
Karaoke Singer #2
Donna Glee Reim
Wedding Patron
Brittney Renee
Concert Attendee
Jessica Rockwood
Party Guest
Ray Romano
Self
Manajhjanihe Royalle
Pedestrian
Kayla Ruhl
Party Goer
Megan Sacco
Concert Attendee
Nicole Signore
Girl at the Bar
Corey Spencer
Party Goer
Matthew Spinale
Nightclub Patron
Curtis Stigers
Hotel Pianist
Stream
Club Dancer 2
Tara Strong
Bellybutton
David Struffolino
Homeless Man
Shannon Elaine Sweeney
Extra
John Talalas
Dad at Christmas
Ben Tanguay
Clubber
Trishna
Party Guest
Ally Tully
Cute Girl Groped by Ted
Kevin Vila
Grocery Walker
Ainsley Washek
Party Guest
Mike Wendt
Concert Attendee
Harrison White
Bicycle Rider
Jamie Christopher White
Club Patron
Susan Wilson
Dancer
Darryl Wooten
Office Worker Party Guest / Wedding Guest
Luke Young
Rock Concert Attendee
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 106 minutes (1 hrs 46 mins)
UK release date UK release: 1st August 2012
 BBFC Age Rating:  15 age rating
US release date US release: 29th June 2012
MPAA Age Rating: Ted R age rating 
UK total gross
United Kingdom Flag  £29.8 Million
US total gross
United States Flag  $218.8 Million
Global total gross
Global Flag  $548.2 Million
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"Ted" is, undoubtedly, one of the funniest films of the 2010s decade and it deserved to be a massive hit at the box office.
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    Top Grossing Movie Chart Position
    UK total gross
    £29,847,210
    137
    Ted
    138

    US total gross
    $218,815,487
    173
    Ted

    Global total gross
    $548,228,680
    182
    Ted
    UK Age Rating
    UK BBFC Certificate: 15
    Genres
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    • Canada Canada
    • United States United States
    UK Box Office Info

    Highest chart position: 1

    Weeks on box office: 7

    UK Box Office Chart History
    Date
    Place
    Week
    Total
    Ted
    1N
    £9,333,700
    £9,333,700
    1▲▼
    £3,174,766
    £17,214,269
    3
    £2,076,046
    £22,186,549
    2
    £1,692,883
    £25,620,707
    4
    £990,842
    £28,122,651
    7
    £479,943
    £29,191,321
    10
    £317,035
    £29,847,210
    US Box Office Chart History
    No US box office info
    Global Box Office Release Breakdown
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