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Ronnie Rowe Jr. (born 16 December) is an actor who appeared as Lieutenant junior grade R.A. Bryce in the Star Trek: Discovery first season episodes "Context Is for Kings", "Magic to Make the Sanest Man Go Mad", "Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum" and "Despite Yourself".
Born in Toronto, Canada, Rowe trained acting under David Dunbar, David Smuckler, Debrah Joy, Tom Todoroff, and Bernadette Jones and at the Armstrong Acting Studios and the Odyssey Studios in Toronto.
Rowe appeared in the short and independent projects Erasermen (2012), The Assistant (2012), Bike Cop: Begins (2013), Mars Is Laughing at Us (2014), Looks Just Like the Sun (2015), Wagon (2015), and Section 7 (2016). He had recurring roles in the drama series Teenagers (2014, executive produced by TJ Scott) and in the fantasy/science fiction series Riftworld Chronicles (2015).
In addition, Rowe was featured in episodes of Dual Suspects (2011), The Firm (2012, with John MacDonald, directed by David Straiton, and with supervising producer Thom J. Pretak), Warehouse 13 (2013, with Saul Rubinek), Murdoch Mysteries (2014), Saving Hope (2014), Republic of Doyle (2014, with Scott Grimes), Rogue (2015, with Brian Markinson and Thamela Mpumlwana), The Expanse (2015, with Shohreh Aghdashloo, Brian George, Jonathan Banks, and Sara Mitich, and executive produced by Naren Shankar), and Dark Matter (2016, with Roger Cross).
More recently, Rowe appeared in an episode of The Strain (2016, with Doug Jones and executive produced by Bradley Thompson and David Weddle), the drama Black Cop (2017), the short drama Emmy (2017), and the thriller Recall (2017).