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What Happened To Roland Buck III After Leaving Chicago Med

He was never a regular on the medical series of the "One Chicago" franchise. Still, actor Roland Buck III did appear in 37 episodes of NBC's "Chicago Med" as Noah Sexton. A former medical student and resident at Gaffney, Noah is the brother of Emergency Department nurse April Sexton (Yaya DaCosta). However, where April appears to be naturally gifted at medicine, Noah has some trouble during his rotations. Finally, in an early episode of Season 6, "When Your Heart Rules Your Head," he's fired by Dr. Ethan Choi (Brian Tee) for allowing a patient to die by suicide.

Sexton tells his sister that he might check out an Atlanta residency, then return to Chicago, but he hasn't been seen on "Chicago Med" since the episode aired in 2021 (via IMDb). Here's what Buck has been up to since his character's arc on the NBC series ended.

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Roland Buck III has been busy making movies

It's not clear if Roland Buck III asked to leave "Chicago Med" or if the writers decided to wrap up his character's story arc. Regardless, the actor has stayed busy since and can be seen performing in several new movies. Shortly after wrapping up his last episode of "Chicago Med," Buck guest-starred on "Poetic Justice," an episode of the ABC series "The Rookie." He also co-starred in the 2021 coming-of-age drama "Taking the Fall," where he played Tyler's (Munro Chambers) best friend, Justin.

The same year, he appeared in the horror film "Paranormal Activity: Next of Kin," the seventh entry in the "Paranormal Activity" series. Buck co-stars as a documentary filmmaker who discovers horrific secrets in the Amish community he wants to capture.

Buck's next film hasn't been released yet, according to IMDb, but he feels lucky to be a working actor. He told Black Girl Nerds, "I do it because I love it, and I want to do the best work, it just humbles me and makes me gracious that people enjoy my work, and love it and want to put a spotlight on it."