Jordan Rountree is a French-born American actor and interdisciplinary artist.
He has performed both in national theaters and avant-garde spaces across Europe, including the Pompidou Center, Théâtre de la Bastille, and Galerie Thaddeus Ropac in Paris and at Ballhaus Ost in Berlin. He has also led workshops at the Espace Van Gogh in Arles.
Screen credits include the co-lead role of Hal Cooper in Whit Stillman’s The Cosmopolitans for Amazon Studios and work with emerging filmmakers and artists such as Jasmin Blasco and David Noonan.
Under the name MacBeth Pro, Rountree creates work following a minimalist ethos that draws from the ancient Japanese Noh tradition using acting, digital recording, and electronic music to excavate first-person accounts from the unconscious. His written text is generated through processes adapted from André Breton's “écriture automatique” and other literary techniques of the 1920's Surrealist movement.
He is also the creator of Films Du Losangeles, an ongoing series of cinematic digital shorts loosely based on Eric Rohmer’s Moral Tales and set in modern-day California.
Jordan Rountree is based in Los Angeles and Paris. As an artist, he is exhibited by Baert Gallery in Downtown Los Angeles. As an actor, he is unionized with SAG-AFTRA and managed by Allan Mindel at Framework Entertainment.