It turns out that the actors playing Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in “Harry and Meghan: Escaping The Palace” have plenty in common, just like the real-life Duke and Duchess of Sussex. Similar to his co-star Sydney Morton, Jordan Dean, who was cast as Lifetime’s latest Prince Harry, has amassed a handful of Broadway and TV credits over the years.
It all started in 2007 when he landed a role as a member of the original ensemble cast of Broadway’s “Cymbeline,” per Playbill, then he joined “Mamma Mia!” in 2011 as Sky, and finally, he was part of the original cast of 2016’s “American Psycho,” playing Luis Carruthers. According to Broadway World, he’s also appeared off-Broadway in both modern productions and classics, including “The New Century,” “As You Like It,” “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” “Macbeth,” and “Shows for Days.”
But just like Morton, Dean has expanded his career beyond the stage. According to IMDb, he’s appeared on various “Law & Order” franchises and made cameos on a number of TV series, such as ABC’s “Forever,” CBS’ “Bull,” and NBC’s “The Mysteries of Laura.” He also snagged recurring roles playing Ludlow Fowler on Amazon Prime’s “Z: The Beginning of Everything,” which starred Christina Ricci, and Jake Nelson on Netflix’s 2017 Marvel series, “The Punisher.”