Theodore stands at a respectable 6'1", neither lanky nor fat. He has quite a bit of muscle from working out in his spare time, and even though it's not bulky or overly-noticeable, it's still there. His skin color is a rich brown, the same color as his eyes. His hair is a bit curly, and goes backwards on his head, reaching to his shoulder-blades in length. It's not 'wild-fry' curly, but a tamed, noble-looking style that shows off his 'royal' upbringing. I cannot comment on his clothing due to the fact that I'm unaware if we have uniforms or not.
Theo is a polite young gentleman with a very charismatic personality. He dislikes seeing women in distress, and does his best to help any in need. Rebels, trouble-makers, and obnoxious people in general...well, he dislikes them also. Due to his life growing up, Theodore has the tendency to talk in the language of the 'old times', like saying 'thy' and 'thou'. He's usually very calm, showing that nothing could get him all riled up. Theodore enjoys quiet, intelligent conversations and the finer things in life, including art.
Theodore 'Theo' Knott was born in a far, far away land. Forget about America, Japan, China, Britain, Australia, and any other country or city you know about, for Theo was born in none of 'em. No, instead, he lived in a small, hidden country called 'Nagawaski'. The population was critically low, maybe in it's hundreds. Theodore's father, Keon Knott, ruled over this small amount of land, where everyone was free from the holds of the other countries of the world.
Due to his father being a sort of...'king', or 'emporor' of Nagawaski, Theodore was born a very, very wealthy young boy. By the age of two he had dozens of tutors teaching him the rules of life, along with years upon years of knowledge. His life was a very chaotic place. Due to all of the business-planning and other boring stuff, Theodore never saw his father, nor mother.
He was alone in the castle with only the servants and maids.
However, despite not having a parental-figure in his life, Theo grew up as a very polite young man who respected his elders and never back-talked unless it was absolutely needed. At the age of 15, he was on par with his tutors, so the classes stopped. Despite this, he still didn't see any of his father or mother. It was like they disappeared.
Theodore didn't let this get him down. He simply studied, exercised, and talked with the servants that cleaned and tidied up their huge 'castle'. He didn't become an anti-social weirdo who stared at people from across the room. He socialized, dated, and romanced like any other rich, noble boy.
Things were still boring for poor ol' Theodore, however. So, he took on magic. He was pretty good with it at first, being able to trick even some of the smartest tutors in the castle. As days went on, though, his talent with magic became...scary.
At first, it was simple card-tricks and hiding bunnies in a hat tricks. As he grew older, however, the magic began to grow as well. If he were to slice his hand through the air, sharply, a small, dark portal would appear, launching out a giant flurry of grown-sized doves, ravens, and crows. If he were to, let's say throw a card into the air, a simple playing card, it would multiply into a dozen more, becoming razor sharp.
Accidents happened due to his unstable grasp of his new talents, and words flew around.
Long story short, his father and mother decided to send him to the Bowden Academy, where he learned and mastered his magical prowess to their full potential. After he graduated, Theodore decided to teach there, wanting to pass his wide-scaled knowledge onto the younger generation.
Theodore has the ability to do many, many things, often magical-in-nature. Before coming to the school, he used to put on mini magic shows for the young children in the mansion, including pulling rabbits out of hats and breathing out a flock of Ravens. He has many other talents other then petty magic tricks, but remember...a magician never tells his secrets.
He's one of the teachers here at Bowden Academy. Which subject would you like for him to teach, pray tell?