This Vancouver actress has amassed several TV roles over the past decade in series including AMC's "The Killing," CW/Space's "Arrow," NBC/Citytv's "Hannibal," and Fox/Citytv's "Wayward Pines," and is currently shooting CBC's upcoming spy thriller, "Fortunate Son."
In her new TIFF film "White Lie," Rohl dominates nearly every frame as a young woman who becomes a campus celebrity after pretending to have been diagnosed with cancer.
Directed by Calvin Thomas and Yonah Lewis, the film is billed as an examination of social media's impact on contemporary culture, including the alarming proliferation of manipulation and falsehoods across the internet.
The 28-year-old Rohl plays the attention-hungry Katie, who finds herself unable to give up the fantasy world she's created even as it becomes increasingly difficult to maintain the elaborate ruse.
Co-stars include Martin Donovan of HBO's "Big Little Lies," Connor Jessup of ABC/CTV's "American Crime," Amber Anderson of Netflix's "Black Mirror," and Sharon Lewis of Global's "Private Eyes."