Cayleb Long is an American actor known for the Netflix series American Vandal (Tyler Alvarez, Griffin Gluck), as well as the feature films Straight Up (Katie Findlay, James Sweeney), Interference (Tom Wisdom, Bruce Thomas), and The Basement (Jackson Davis, Mischa Barton), the latter in which he plays a leading role. He also played a recurring role in the unreleased HBO series The Traditions from writer director Alex Ross Perry (Her Smell, Christopher Robin, Nostalgia).
Cayleb was born in Portland and raised in Oregon where he began a performing arts career in theater, film, and dance. He a found a creative home with the Barrow Group Theater Company in NYC where he has studied with Lee Brock and Seth Barrish, and originated the lead role of Harris in the play Closing Costs by Arlene Hutton. He's also trained at Broadway Dance Center NYC, T. Schreiber Studio NYC, BGB Studio in LA, and with Lynn Singer NYC.
Cayleb also worked as curator of the Lily Pool Terrace, horticulturalist, and educator at Brooklyn Botanic Garden in Brooklyn, New York.