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Ross is fast building a reputation for himself as one of England's top action film directors. He was born in Brighton and studied Media Production at Bournemouth University. Ross has shot, edited and directed in excess of forty short films including the critically acclaimed martial arts action short 'Pure Vengeance' which starred Scott Adkins ('The Bourne Ultimatum', 'Undisputed' II & III, 'The Expendables 2') and was praised by the critic Jonathan Ross who featured the film on his television show 'Stop! Kung Fu!' In 2004 Ross went on to shoot, edit and direct his first feature-length martial arts action film 'Left For Dead', which sold in nearly twenty territories including the USA, UK and France, before editing and directing the high-octane action thriller 'Ten Dead Men', which was released internationally in 2009, has been covered extensively by national and international magazines, television shows and websites, and has been very well received at film festivals including Phantasmagoria 2008.

'Ten Dead Men' was nominated for the Best Action Film award at the End Of The Pier Festival and went on to sell more than 40,000 units in the UK alone. Internationally 'Ten Dead Men' has sold to more than 20 territories and been re-released in the UK and France (as a limited steelcase edition!) due to popular demand. Ross has just delivered 'Warrioress', which was released in Japan in August 2013, has been sold to Thailand, Romania and India, was released in the UK in May 2014, and with many other distributors looking to acquire the film in 2014.

'Warrioress' had it's world premiere in official selection at the Action On Film International Film Festival in August 2013, and in 2015 Ross directed his short action thriller Salvation which has screened at numerous International Film Festivals.

Ross is currently developing a slate of cutting edge genre film and television projects, including martial arts, science fiction and horror, and is preparing to direct Vengeance in the Summer of 2016.

His key directorial influences are Walter Hill, Sam Peckinpah, John Frankenheimer, Luc Besson and John Woo.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Bigcat

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