Born and raised in small town Ontario, Rohan Mead took interest in acting from a young age, quickly developing a love for performance while participating in the drama program at his high school. After graduating, Mead made the move to Toronto to explore his dream of becoming an actor. It was at the Toronto Film School where Mead began to hone his craft by working on various short films and plays. Following his time at TFS Mead continued to train with several notable instructors and facilities around the city.
Mead’s first professional acting gig was on the hit series Rookie Blue on Global and ABC, and his career would snowball from there. Select television credits include Saving Hope (CTV) and Murdoch Mysteries (CBC), and films such as the independent feature Every Day, directed by Michael Sucsy, and most notably Mead’s feature film debut gave him the opportunity to work with famed director Roland Emmerich in the historic feature Stonewall, based on true events surrounding the gay rights riots which took place in New York in 1969.
Next up, Mead will be seen in a recurring role in the NBC Universal/Youtube Red series Impulse, and is currently starring opposite Logan Marshall-Green and Killian Scott as “Sam Riley Jr.” in the prohibition-era series Damnation for USA Network. Mead resides in Toronto, Ontario.