Ross Marrosso has been involved in the entertainment business since the age of 17. He started in radio, then migrated to television news and Independent TV and Film production.
As a talent Ross spent a few years as an on-air DJ in Michigan before moving to television where he reported for WNYW FOX5 News in New York as a ‘breaking’ news reporter and successfully continued broadcasting for many years at other stations including WPIX WB11 NYC and WDIV NBC4 Detroit.
Ross continues to be active in both video and film. While at film school at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, Ross made “In A Single Bound”. The documentary on Superman was the first of its kind and premiered at Tribeca Film Festival and went on to win numerous awards and critical acclaim.
He continues as a producer and writer today having worked on many commercially successful films like "A Quiet Passion" with Cynthia Nixon and "The Tale" starring Laura Dern, Jason Ritter, and HipHop Star "Common".