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Initially training as an actor at RADA Ross has since
worked extensively in theatre, film and television including
productions with the National Theatre of Scotland, the Citizens
Theatre, Theatre Clwyd, Sheffield Crucible, Chichester Festival
Theatre, the Bush and the Young Vic.
As a writer he took an MA in film at the University of London, before going on to study playwrighting with John Burgess, former Head of New Writing at the National Theatre.
One of the winners of the Scotland Short Play Award 2015, his short works for theatre have also been performed at the Milano Playwrighting Festival and the Samuel French OOB Festival in New York. His first full length play, Milk premiered at the Traverse Theatre as their flagship production of the Edinburgh Festival 2016. This went on to receive the Tom Erhardt Award and subsequent productions in both the United States and China.
A graduate of both the BBC Writersroom and the BBC TV Drama Writers Programme, his first radio play, Rhoda and Pete Get Back on the Scene was recently broadcast on BBC Radio 4.
One of five writers shortlisted for the Brian Way Award 2018, he is also currently under commission to Theatre Centre London.