Jordan Rountree is a French-born American actor and interdisciplinary artist based in Los Angeles, California. Appearing on the public stage since the age of 11, he got his start acting on the theater boat Péniche Opéra, followed by experimental performances in Parisian nightclubs, museums, and galleries throughout his teenage years. After attending St. Paul’s School in the United States and Seikei Gakuen in Japan, he was selected to join the Cours Florent's Classe Libre troupe, receiving theater training under Jean-Pierre Garnier and Grétel Delattre.
He has toured Europe, playing lead characters both in national theaters and avant-garde spaces in Paris, Reims, Corsica, Cologne, Munich, and Berlin.
Jordan's onstage credits include creating the roles of Rimbaud's Ghost in the world premiere of Terence Koh’s Adansonias at the Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, and the role of N in the stage adaptation of Ödön Von Horváth's Youth without God directed by François Orsoni for the Théâtre de la Bastille.
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 Liam Hughes. Jordan has also appeared in music videos and advertisements in Europe and the United States.
In 2013, he co-founded and wrote for Damaetas, a Paris-based theater company that experiments with producing dramatic content for the internet. Since moving to Los Angeles, he has created work as an interdisciplinary artist under the name MacBeth Pro.
Jordan Rountree is a member of SAG-AFTRA and is managed by Allan Mindel at Framework Entertainment.