Ross has been acting since the mid 1990s and has appeared in productions of Othello, Teechers, Macbeth, A Man for All Seasons, and The Little Shop of Horrors and, more recently, as Lennie in Of Mice and Men (Lighthouse, Poole), a Corner man/Bailiff in Sucker Punch (Royal Court, London), Ben in The Dumb Waiter (The Mill Theatre, Guildford), Number 4 in Fewer Emergencies (The Print Room, London), Pembroke/Austria in King John (Union Theatre, London), Ned in Parlour Song (Cockpit Theatre, London), Jake in 27 Wagons Full of Cotton (Riverside Studios, London) and The Stage Manager in Our Town (Apollo Theatre Company, Touring).
His directing credits include Tom Jones, Punchline, 27 Wagons Full of Cotton/ The Interview, Life, The Princess and The Pea, The Autumn of Han, and DiaoChan.
Among his writing credits are a stage adaptation of Henry Fielding’s Tom Jones – which has been optioned by LA Theatre Works in California – Punchline, Life, The Autumn of Han and the critically acclaimed, and OffWestend Awards nominated, Casualties, which is published by Methuen Drama. His latest solo show, The Unknown Soldier, received 5 and 4 stars reviews at Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2015, shortlisted for Brighton Fringe Award for Excellence and SOLD-OUT at Edinburgh Fringe 2016 at the Assembly.
Last updated: 25 January 2017