6' 3" (1.91 m)
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[Referring to the title character from the Poldark television series] Ross Poldark was a man outside his time. He was exceptional because he dealt in human beings rather than establishment creeds. He was willing to break barriers down. He cared about his miners and knew conditions were bad because he went down into the mines. That in itself was unusual. He was often ashamed of his fellow gentry, ...
Lives in Southwestern France with his American wife and a menagerie of animals. (2012).