Timeline of Ross Butler
|Date of Birth:||1990 , May-17|
|Height:||6 Feet 3 Inch|
|Birth Name||Ross Butler|
|Birth Place/City||Queenstown, Singapore|
|Ethnicity||Mixed (Dutch, British, Chinese, Malaysian)|
|Working For||13 Reasons Why|
|Net Worth||$1 Million|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
|Waist size||33 in|
|Chest Size||44 in|
|Bicep Size||15 in|
|Weight in KG||77kg|
|Famous for||13 Reason Why, Riverdale|
|Education||Ohio State University|
|Online Presence||Twitter, Instagram and Facebook|
|TV Show||Riverdale, 13 Reasons Why|
Ross Butler is an American actor best known for his role as Zach Dempsey in Netflix original series 13 reasons why. He is also recognized for his appearance in Disney Channel series K.C Undercover and Teen Beach 2.
Ross was born in Queenstown, Singapore on May 17, 1990, to a British-Dutch father and Chinese-Malaysian mother. He was raised in Fairfax, Virginia, by his mother. He holds American nationality and comes from a mixed ethnic background (British, Dutch, Chinese, Malaysian).
Ross attended Langley High School and graduated in 2008. He then enrolled at Ohio State University for one year before dropping out.
Ross then moved to Los Angeles and started taking acting classes. Ross' first TV role was in the 2012 television film The Gateway Life where he played the role of Allen.
In 2013, Ross appeared in the movie Work It Out as Eddie Peon. The same year, he participated in the TV show named Major Crimes as Ian Yorita. This was followed by a TV film Camp Sunshine where he portrayed a character named Tony.
In 2014, Ross made appearances in films like Two Bedrooms as Roy and Rules of the Trade as Leroy. His other work includes Star Seed, Hollywood, Dog Park, and Happyland.
In 2015, Ross starred in Hacker’s Game as Jeremy. Similarly, in the TV film Teen Beach 2, he was seen alongside Ross Lynch, Maia Mitchell, Grace Phipps, Garrett Clayton, John DeLuca, and Piper Curda. The same year, he co-starred with Bella Thorne, Israel Broussard, Daniela Bobadilla, and Matreya Fedor in Perfect High where he played the role of Nate. He also appeared in Chasing Life as Hunter for three episodes.
In 2016, Ross appeared in K.C. Undercover as Brett Willis for eight episodes. Likewise, in Teen Wolf, he worked for three episodes as Nathan Pierce. Teen Wolf also star Tyler Posey, Crystal Reed, Dylan O’Brien, Tyler Hoechlin, Holland Roden, Colton Haynes, and Shelley Hennig in the lead.
Ross rose to prominence when he got cast as Reggie Mantle in 2017 Netflix show Riverdale. He co-starred alongside KJ Apa, Lili Reinhart, Camila Mendes, Cole Sprouse, Madelaine Petsch, Marisol Nicholas, and Skeet Ulrich for six episodes before leaving the show.
Ross grabbed worldwide fame with a role in 2017 hit Netflix Original series 13 Reasons Why as Zach Dempsey. Ross was cast as the main character Zach Dempsey, a kindhearted friend of Justin and Bryce at Liberty high who falls in love with Hannah Baker, the female lead.
Ross was cast in both series alongside Dylan Minnette, Katherine Langford, Alisha Boe, Christian Navarro, Brandon Flynn, Miles Heizer, Justin Prentice, Kate Walsh and Devin Druid. The first season of 13 Reason Why was first released worldwide on Netflix on March 31, 2017. Likewise, the second season was released on May 18, 2018.
The Upcoming movie of Ross, Hacker’s Game Redux where he plays the role of Jeremy is scheduled to release in 2018. His other movie Shazam scheduled for 2019 release.
Ross is a very private person and doesn’t speak much about his personal life. He hasn’t opened up about his love life and neither his girlfriends. Moreover, Ross has no plans to get married anytime soon. There is no information on his past affairs, relationship, and girlfriend.
Ross stands 6 feet 3 inches tall (height). He is good at playing Guitar and piano. And also he has kept his body well maintained and in good shape.
The Hollywood star with his performances in different movie and shows earns an impressive sum. His net worth is estimated at around $1 million. Ross is active on Instagram with more than 4 million followers and has over 597k followers on Twitter. Likewise, he has over 114k followers on Facebook.
Ross Butler facts on timeline
Born in Singapore
Ross was born on May 17, 1990, in Queenstown, Singapore. His nationality is American and ethnicity is Asian. He was raised by mother in Fairfax, Virginia.
Graduated from High School
Ross attended Langley High School and graduated in 2008. He then attended Ohio State University, however, dropped out after a year.
Appeared in The Gateway Life
In 2012, Ross put his first footstep in acting with a role of Allen in a television film The Gateway Life.
Appeared in Work It Out, Major Crimes and Camp Sunshine
In 2013, Ross appeared in the movie Work It Out as Eddie Peon. He also appeared in TV show Major Crimes as Ian Yorita and TV film Camp Sunshine.
Appeared in Several TV show
In 2014, Ross participated in TV shows like Star Seed, Hollywood, Dog Park, and Happyland. He also starred in Two Bedrooms as Roy and Rules of the Trade as Leroy.
Appeared in Chasing Life, Perfect High, Hacker's Game
Ross starred in Hacker's Game as Jeremy. He also appeared in Perfect High alongside Bella Thorne, Israel Broussard, Daniela Bobadilla. He also appeared in Chasing Life as a Hunter.
Appeared in Teen Wolf, K.C. Undercover
Ross starred in Teen Wolf as Nathan Pierce alongside Tyler Posey, crystal Revd, Dylan O'Brien, Tyler Hoechlin. He also participated in K.C. Undercover.
Starred in Riverdale and 13 Reasons Why
Ross got cast as Reggie Mantle in Netflix hit series Riverdale. He starred in the show for six episodes alongside Cole Sprouse, Lili Reinhart, KJ Apa, and Camelia Mendes before leaving the show in late 2017.
Starred in 13 Reasons Why
Ross has been appearing as one of the main characters in 13 Reasons Why since 2017. He played the role of Zach Dempsey, a kindhearted guy who falls in love with Hannah Baker. He starred alongside Katherine Langford, Alisha Boe, Brandon Flynn.
Worth $1 million
Ross has managed to make his net worth around $1 million. Considering his growth as an actor, he is sure to a lot more in the days to come.