About Ross Brown
Ross Brown is a New York City-based Actor, Singer, Fight Choreographer, Instrumentalist, Photographer, and Educator…is that everything? He thinks that’s everything. He originally hails from the great state of New Jersey, and landed in New York by way of Boston, where he graduated from Brandeis University with degrees in Vocal Performance and Psychology. After spending an inordinate amount of money at Dunkin’ Donuts, he departed Beantown in favor of the Big Apple, where he attended graduate school at New York University, earning an MM in Vocal Performance and an Advanced Certificate in Vocal Pedagogy, while serving as an Adjunct Professor of Voice in NYU’s Steinhardt School.
Ross’ New York credits include Grand Hotel (Baron Von Gaigern), A Man of No Importance (Alfie Byrne), and a concert production of Sweeney Todd (Anthony). His regional work includes Les Misérables (Marius), Noises Off (Frederick), A New Brain (Roger), Parade (Britt Craig/Gov. Slaton), Into the Woods (Jack, The Baker), and the World Premiere of Sense & Sensibility: The Musical (Willoughby). Tour credits include We The People (Theatreworks USA). His fight direction credits include Macbeth, Hamlet, Les Misérables, South Pacific, Noises Off, Into the Woods, and the World Premiere of Jack the Ripper: The Whitechapel Musical. In Summer 2016, Ross performed as part of the Broadway Rising Stars concert at Town Hall.