Recently featured as one of PEOPLE Magazine’s Ones to Watch, Roland Buck III is best known to audiences for his recurring role as medical resident “Dr. Noah Sexton” on NBC’s critically acclaimed drama series “Chicago Med,” which is now in its fourth season.
This spring, Roland starred alongside Adam Sandler and Chris Rock in the Netflix comedy feature THE WEEK OF. Directed by Robert Smigel, and written by both himself and Sandler, the film follows a wildly comedic portrait of two extended families meeting for an unforgettable family wedding.
In November of 2017, he completed a starring turn as “SPC Rafael Martin” for National Geographic’s award nominated mini-series “The Long Road Home.” The story, based on the book by ABC News reporter Martha Raddatz, relives the heroic fight for survival during the Iraq War when the 1st Cavalry Division from Fort Hood was ferociously ambushed on April 4, 2004, in Sadr City, Baghdad – a day that “came to be known as ‘Black Sunday.’
Roland additionally appeared in the film “Sleight,” which bowed at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival. His theatre credits include starring roles in the Los Angeles productions of In the Blood, Getting Married and Arabian Nights.
Born in Chicago, Roland additionally spent time growing up in Dallas before moving to Los Angeles. He fell in love with acting as a teenager and eventually went on to pursue a degree at the prestigious USC School of Dramatic Arts.