Bean was conceived in Boston, MA. As a tyke, Bean went to Pine Point School and The Williams School in Connecticut. A single tyke, he depicts himself as being so calm and bashful that his school would telephone his folks asking in the case of anything wasn’t right at home: “I was spooky modest and essentially terrified of individuals as a rule.” In secondary school, his mom urged him to wind up associated with dramatization, which he says helped him open up, “I found when I had a content in my grasp I could speak.” He later went to Boston University’s College of Fine Arts previously he was offered his first theater part by chief Michael Ritchie.
Before his part on Damages, Bean had various minor and less eminent parts on the TV arrangement Law and Order: Special Victims Unit, Ed, Joan of Arcadia, Numb3rs, and Crumbs, the movies Williamstowne and Stay, and various ads.
He names his marking on the part of David Connor on Damages, the life partner of the hero, as being “fortunate”, applauding the content of the show and furthermore the way that it is shot in New York, where he is as of now living. He additionally says he knew that his character bites the dust in the principal season and was baffled however “excited” for the chance to have a full season. He additionally compresses working with Glenn Close, Željko Ivanek and Ted Danson as “a blessing from heaven”. Bean returned for visitor appearances in a single scene every one of the show’s second and third seasons.
Bean has likewise been associated with theater, on and off Broadway. His first part was in Philadelphia Here I Come!, a part which he was offered when the initially cast performing artist left the show four days before the opening. He co-runs a venue organization, Stage 13, with a few different on-screen characters, executives and writers, including Dan Fogler, in New York, and despite the fact that he lean towards screen acting, he says, “I adore the theater and would dependably backpedal to complete a play in the event that it was an energizing venture.” He showed up as a visitor star in the scene “Capacity” of the TV arrangement Fringe. In 2012, he showed up as a visitor star in Once Upon a Time.