Ross has diverse experience, whether it be stage or screen. His most recent work includes Logan in ‘Dreamers’, a short film selected to be included in Canada’s Cinema Worldfest Awards 2017 and gained reputation for being showcased on Wales Online and other news outlets for Mental Health Awareness Week 2017. He is currently shooting an ambitious short feature film, ‘Inertia’, in which he plays the troubled lead, Trevor, a short film which already has interest from film festivals around the world. In 2014, he competed and achieved a place in the top 3 in the global competition, The Actor’s Process, performing his own take on Alec Baldwin’s monologue from the movie ‘Glengarry Glen Ross’. He has significant theatre experience, performing in such plays as Maxim Gorky’s ‘Summerfolk’, Berthold Brecht’s ‘The Resistable Rise of Arturo Ui’ and most recently Steve Gooch’s ‘Female Transport’, performing as the male lead in two of those shows. Ross also has commercial experience, recently appearing in the marketing and advertisements for the company, Screwfix.