Co-wrote two songs for the television series Due South -- "32 Down on the Robert Mackensie" (with Captain Tractor) and "Ride Forever" (with David Keeley). He performed "The Robert Mackensie" with Jay Semko for the episode "Mountie on the Bounty" parts one and two. A music video of this song was produced with singing partner ...
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[His grandfather's confession that he cold-bloodedly killed a young German soldier led to Gross's fascination with the horror of Passchendaele] It was sort of like a hinge, and a door swung open at that moment onto a life of consequence or adulthood. I can't really put my finger on what it did, but it did change me. And I became very interested in conflict.
Admits to 'including hints of homoeroticism' in the final series of Due South
(1994). He is quoted as saying that his new co-star Callum Keith Rennie
was incredibly sexy and that the new series would be very homoerotic.