Roger was a wrestler and was involved in martial arts while attending school.
In 2006 Roger was in the movie World Trade Center.
In 2005 Roger was in the movie King's Ransom.
In 2004 Roger was in the movie The Chronicles of Riddick.
In 2003 Roger was in the movie X2.
Roger was in the movie Final Destination 2 but the scenes he was present in were not used.
In 2002 Roger was in the following movies:
Liberty Stands Still, Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever, and Kid Bang.
In 2001 Roger was in the movie Deadly Little Secrets.
In 2000 Roger was in the movie Beautiful Joe.
In 1999 Roger was in the movie Double Jeopardy.
In 1998 Roger was in the movie American Dragons.
In 1997 Roger was in the movie Free Willy 3: The Rescue.
In 1995 Roger was in the following movies:
Dangerous Intentions, Hideaway, and Gold Diggers: The Secret of Bear Mountain.
In 1994 Roger was in the movie Suspicious Agenda.
In 1993 Roger was in the movie Look Who's Talking Now.
Roger raced in the 30th annual Toyota Pro/Celebrity Race in Long Beach.
Roger has brown eyes and dark hair.
Roger was in a total of 45 episodes of 24 before his exit in the shows sixth season.
Roger Cross joined the cast of 24 as a recurring character in season 4. For season 5, he was made part of the main cast.
Roger likes to play sports, he plays basketball and volleyball, and also does some boxing and wrestling.
Roger is 6' 2½" (189 cm) and weighs around 198lbs.
Roger can speak fluent English and Jamaican, and can also speak some Spanish and French.
Roger currently lives in Los Angeles, California.
Roger is a Christian.
Roger studied acting at Breck Academy.
Roger started out by just doing small roles and stunt work inbetween flying.
Roger took drama in school, did church plays, and enjoyed acting, but never considered it a viable career, so he became a pilot.
Roger graduated from Burnaby Central High school with honours.
Roger has 2 sisters: Donna & Angela, and 2 brothers: Anthony & Gary.
Roger's parents are Deloris & Selvin Cross.
Roger Cross: Whatever you can do or dream you can do, begin it. Boldness has great power. Until one commits there is hesitancy, and a chance to draw back. Commit and all manner of unforeseen thing will move to help you.
Roger Cross: Coming from Jamaica to Canada was my first airplane ride and the captain allowed me to go into the cockpit to see how it all worked. I remember thinking, I want to do this. And thankfully I was able to accomplish that goal.
Roger Cross: My family, which includes my cousin Paul and friend/brother Brian, is extremely important to me, my grounding force you could say. I also have a wonderful group of very close friends with whom we take trips, play cards and generally take care of each other. I'm a lucky man.