is an american actor/playwright based in Los Angeles, CA, born and trained in Paris, France. After attending St. Paul’s School in the United Sates and Seikei Gakuen in Tokyo, Japan, he was selected to join the European acting school Cours Florent's advanced program, studying under Jean-Pierre Garnier, Grétel Delattre, Cyril Anrep, Christian Croset, Julie Recoing, and Laurent Natrella.

Performing onstage since the age of 11, his credits include playing Hamlet in the multimedia show Pourquoi Pas Toi at the Pompidou Center, a little prince in Terrence Koh’s Adansonias at the Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, and a pre-apocalyptic nazi child in “Godless Youth” directed by François Orsoni at the Théâtre de la Bastille. He was then cast as the co-lead in Whit Stillman’s The Cosmopolitans for Amazon Studios. 

In 2013, he co-founded Damaetas, a Paris-based theater platform that experiments with creating dramatic content for the internet. He now directs MacBeth Pro, a theater initiative operating in Los Angeles.

Jordan Rountree is represented by Allan Mindel at Framework Entertainment in the United States and Dorothée Grosjean at Talentbox in France.