Eka Darville

Eka Darville
Born (1989-04-11) 11 April 1989
Cairns, Queensland, Australia
Occupation Actor
Years active 2006-present

Eka Darville (born 11 April 1989) is an Australian actor. He is best known for his roles as Scott Truman in Power Rangers RPM, Pip in Mister Pip, and Malcolm Ducasse in the Netflix original series Jessica Jones. He went to Byron Bay High School and currently lives in Byron Bay, New South Wales, and Sydney. He enjoys skating and surfing. His father is the Jamaican reggae artist Ray Darwin and his mother is Canadian.[1]


Darville is most recently known for playing Malcolm Ducasse on the new Netflix television series Jessica Jones, as well as Diego on the CW Series The Originals and Ryan Morgan on the Fox TV Series Empire as well as his past roles as Adam Bridge on the Australian television drama series Blue Water High, Taylor in the The Elephant Princess, Scott Truman, the Red Ranger, in Power Rangers RPM and Pietros in Spartacus: Blood and Sand.


Year Title Role Notes
2002 Sleep Over Club Extra
2003 Aquamarine Extra
2005 Answered by Fire Takish, Sophie's boyfriend TV movie
2007 East of Everything Skateboarder 1 episode
2008 Blue Water High Adam Bridge Season 3: 10 episodes
2009 Power Rangers RPM Scott Truman / Red Eagle RPM Ranger 32 episodes
2010 The Elephant Princess Taylor season 2
2010 Spartacus: Blood and Sand Pietros 6 episodes
2011 Terra Nova Max Pope recurring character
2012 In Hearts Wake - TRAVELLER (The Fool) -Official Video The Traveller Band Music Video
2012 The Sapphires Hendo Film; credited as Hendo
2012 Mr. Pip Pip Film
2011 Power Rangers Samurai Clash of the Red Rangers - The Movie Scott Truman / Red Eagle RPM Ranger Voice; credited as Tobias Reiss
2013 The Vampire Diaries Diego Season 4: 1 episode
2013-2014 The Originals Diego Season 1: 13 episodes
2015 Empire Ryan Morgan Season 1: 4 episodes
2015—present Jessica Jones Malcolm Ducasse Main cast; 12 episodes
2017 The Defenders Malcolm Ducasse


  1. Eka Darville On ‘Jessica Jones’: 5 Things You Need To Know About Malcolm Ducasse

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