Caleb Haasplayed by Graham Rogers
CALEB HAAS is the black sheep in a family with a FBI legacy that runs deep. Caleb came to Quantico with a lot to prove. And while that chip on his shoulder may spark the occasional moment of insecurity or honesty, Caleb is otherwise all bluster. A wisecracking wise-ass, Caleb is as funny as he is frustrating. And nobody knows that better than Shelby Wyatt, who Caleb taunts mercilessly, but only because he’s masking affections that could give way to romance. Caleb has a way of getting inside people’s heads. And in his first week at Quantico, that talent yields a deadly result. From his time at Quantico to the days after the Grand Central bombing, Caleb goes from immature, incompetent, brat to cool, collected, professional…brat at the top of his FBI game. Unfortunately for Alex, in the wake of the Grand Central bombing, Caleb may ultimately prove to be one of the biggest obstacles between Alex and her freedom.
MEET THE CAST: Priyanka Chopra as Alex Parrish | Jake McLaughlin as Ryan Booth | Aunjanue Ellis as Miranda Shaw | Yasmine Al Massri as Nimah Amin | Johanna Braddy as Shelby Wyatt | Tate Ellington as Simon Asher | Graham Rogers as Caleb Haas | Josh Hopkins as Liam O'Connor | Annabelle Acosta as Natalie Vasquez
Prior to his role as Caleb Haas on Quantico, Graham Rogers was the breakout star in Hulu's smash-hit original series, Resident Advisors, in which he portrays the role of Tyler, a lovable slacker who doesn't take his RA duties too seriously (unless they involve helping a beautiful resident-damsel in distress). He also recently starred in the role of Danny on the series Revolution.
In the feature film arena, Rogers can be seen in the lead role of Kevin in producer Sam Rockwell's Life At These Speeds, opposite Billy Crudup and Peter Coyote. He also starred in Love and Mercy, opposite John Cusack, Paul Dano, Elizabeth Banks and Paul Giamatti, which premiered at the 2014 Toronto Film Festival. His other feature credits include director Brian Dannely's indie feature, Struck By Lightning, where he appeared alongside Alison Janney, Dermot Mulroney, Christina Hendricks and Chris Colfer; starring opposite Virginia Madsen in director Sarah Siegel-Magness's Crazy Kind Of Love; and in Careful What You Wish For, where he appeared alongside Nick Jonas, Dermot Mulroney and Isabel Lucas.
HOMETOWN - West Chester, PA
BIRTHDATE - December 17