Michael Rose is an American film and television actor, originally from Atlanta. After majoring in economics and theater at the University of Georgia, he moved to New York to study with Bill Esper and Maggie Flanigan at the renowned William Esper Studio. He gravitated to the experimental off Broadway theater scene and began booking roles in independent films and commercials. He then moved to Los Angeles, landing guest starring roles in television and films. Notable performances include playing opposite Andrew Scott in the award-winning 2018 thriller, A Dark Place (2018), and roles in Jordan Peele's HBO series, Lovecraft Country (2020), Kevin Willmott's The 24th (2020), originally scheduled to premiere at SXSW, and HBO's Westworld (2016) Season 3.