Evan Roderick Anderson was born June 29, 1995 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Growing up in Canada, naturally, Evan spent a majority of his time on the ice. He started playing at age 5 and played three seasons in the British Columbia Hockey League before landing a scholarship to play for the University of Massachusetts-Lowell River Hawks. While growing up, Evan decided he wanted to be on stage after seeing The Rolling Stones in concert with his father. He started getting drawn to performing while still in high school and after a series of injuries while playing hockey, he decided to leave his hockey career behind at 19 and pursue acting.

In 2015, Evan broke out with a small role, Mason, on an episode of the TLC series Untold Stories of the ER. The same year, he was also a part of a short film named Alien Shy, about a young girl named Sophie who believes her emotionally distant mother is an alien, as Prince Charming. The next year, he would have a role in the short film The Clam Man as Andy, a film about a couple best friends trying to keep their small business afloat as they encounter problems.

Evan dipped his toes into [associate] producing with being a part of the short film Young/Old/Man, also playing the part of Sam. He made his way back to television with an appearance in an episode of Netflix’s Project Mc² as Prince Wendell and an uncredited role of Kurt in two episodes of the Mini-Series When We Rise. He also was a part of another short film thriller as Viktor in Tributum. Evan began his first recurring role on television as Officer Nick Anastas on the popular CW show Arrow. In 2018, he played the role of Travis in Hallmark Channel’s Garage Sale Mysteries: Picture A Murder, starring Lori Loughlin.

2019 brought the end of his residency on Arrow and landed him in Beverly Hills opposite the original cast on BH90210 for the first two episodes as actor Chaz Bryant. Early 2020 gave us Evan as the rich playboy figure skater Justin Davis on Netflix’s Spinning Out, opposite Kaya Scoderlario. Evan also released his first single “How Long Will I Wait,” giving the world a different side of him as a musician and singer-songwriter. He also had just finished another short film called Iron to Rust as Tucker Jake.