About/Biography


Ross Daniels is a highly accomplished actor, writer, comedian, improviser, voice-artist, film-maker, musician but not children's author. 

In the last few years he has appeared in a string of successful one person stage shows - THE TRANSPOSED MAN being nominated for Best Comedy at Adelaide Fringe. Moving away from the standup format, Ross' performances showcase his storytelling virtuosity and character work.

 

Among his current personas are Graham Clone (80s synthpop star), Old Swampy (homeless Footscray resident), Chuck (self-appointed deputy of social distancing) and Terry (chemically ravaged show pony). 

 

Ross is also a highly regarded dramatic actor with performances including the multi-award winning production of BIGHOUSE DREAMING (Melbourne Fringe). Ross received a Green Room nomination for his performance in this production and was co-winner for Best Ensemble. He’s also been seen in Riot Stage’s F, MERMAID BABY (Jala Festival), UNPACK THIS and THE SCRUNCH TEST.  

On the big screen Ross was most recently seen in the hit feature film THAT'S NOT MY DOG. He has also won numerous awards for his short film THERE'S NO PLACE.

Ross has been working and creating on Australian stage and television for over 30 years. 

This website is a pulsating portal to his many creative ventures. Click on the respective menu buttons above to learn more...

Ross in THE TRANSPOSED MAN

(Pic: Mark Gambino)