|Occupation||Actor, Director, Writer|
Kearsley debuted in a starring role in Borealis, where he was credited as the writer and actor. The film was released in 2016. He then, went on to play a minor role in the 2017 film Power Rangers. In the same year, Kearsley starred in a drama series Spiral, which lasted one season. He was later cast as Moose Mason in the Archie Comic-based CW television adaptation, Riverdale. He had a recurring role in the first three seasons before leaving mid-season in the third season. In 2018, Kearsley finished working on Gemini, a short sci-fi film. Recently, Kearsley starred as Turbo Bro Jock in the Netflix series Daybreak. Kearsley has also ventured into producing, producing upcoming film Kingdom Come and 2020 TV show Three Little Pieces.
|2016||Borealis||Nash||Also writer and producer|
|TBA||Kingdom Come||Pre-production; also producer|
|2017–present||Riverdale||Marmaduke "Moose" Mason||Recurring role; 28 episodes|
|2019||iZombie||Gulliver||Episode: "Five, Six, Seven, Ate!"|
|Daybreak||Turbo "Bro Jock" Pokaski||Main role|
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