Veteran supporting actor Clayton Rohner has tackled diverse roles on series television and film since the early 1980s. A native of Santa Clara, California, Rohner attended college in Washington State and worked for a time in Alaska as a commercial fisherman. Following an impulse to study acting, he arrived in New York only to be told by his instructor to head back to California to find work. He did so, and earned his debut role straight out of the gate with his very first audition for the respected dramatic series "Hill Street Blues." He continued to make frequent TV appearances while also appearing in films, making his big-screen debut as budding ladies' man Rick Morehouse in the gender-bending comedy "Just One of the Guys" (1985). Rohner returned, once again, to series television in the 1990s, starring as Detective Vince Biggio on the acclaimed legal drama "Murder One" and reporter Chandler Smythe on the Faustian spoof "Good vs. Evil."
Cast (Feature Film)
Film debut as male lead in "Just One of the Guys"
Had dual role of a nerdy driving instructor and a British punk rocker in "Modern Girls"
Co-starred in "BAT 21", playing a sergeant assisting in the tracking of an American officer forced to parachute behind enemy lines during the Vietnam war