FrostiesAfter embarking on an acting career Ross starred in the BBC3 comedy I'M WITH STUPID alongside Mark Benton and Ruth Jones. He also voiced the global ad campaign for KELLOGGS FROSTIES - "They're Gonna Taste Great" which was shown on television and cinemas across the globe, and sparked quite a stir with Chris Moyles and Scott Mills on BBC Radio 1 where both presenters wanted to track down who really was the voice behind the advert. Ross maintained his silence... until now!
Following the ad campaign for KELLOGGS, Ross secured representation with London's premier voice agency QVoice, where he has gone on to narrate documentaries for BBC3, commercials, online content and various promos.
Ross' other early television credits included THE GOOD SAMARITAN alongside Shane Richie and Julia Ford playing the lovable Darren Fairclough and BLUE MURDER as Micky O' Higgin, playing opposite Caroline Quentin and Ian Kelsey.
The Gemma FactorRoss then became involved in a comedy pilot for BBC3 entitled THE GEMMA FACTOR. A six-part series was soon commissioned and Ross was cast as series lead regular 'Jeff Bowyer'. The show was written by Tony Pitts, directed by BAFTA winning director John Henderson and also starred Anna Gilthorpe, Claire King, Angus Barnett and Gwyneth Powell. Following his role in the show, Ross was thrilled to be nominated for a prestigious RTS Award in 2010 in the "Best Performance in a Comedy" category.
Emmerdale Following THE GEMMA FACTOR, Ross was asked to join the cast of BAFTA award winning soap opera EMMERDALE as 'Alex Owen' and became the face of GAMESTATION in their Christmas national advertising campaign.
Ross was then asked to voice 2 characters in ICONICLES a new interactive animation series for CBBC and completed his first radio drama for BBC Radio 4 - DOVER AND THE SLEEPING BEAUTY.
More recently, he has filmed comedy pilot THE CONEY'S for Hartswood Films alongside an all star cast including Maxine Peake, Lesley Sharp, Johnny Vegas, Sally Hawkins and Ronni Ancona and he also has started writing his own material which he hopes to develop.
Ross still resides in Manchester, a city which he now considers his "home" but works frequently in London and throughout the UK, although he tries to get back to his beloved North East as often as possible. He is a keen fund-raiser for Cancer Research, the Mouth Cancer Foundation and St. Cuthbert's Hospice, Durham in memory of his biggest ever fan – his wonderful Gran.