Chelcie Ross Biography
Chelcie Ross has brought his lanky 6-foot-2 frame and deep voice to some 50 films, 30 TV shows and 80 plays. Ross' own story is the stuff of movies. An Air Force brat and the oldest of three brothers, he played football, basketball and baseball in high school in New Jersey, then went to Southwest Texas State. He needed a humanities credit, so he showed up one day to build theater sets. The drama coach heard his voice, and before long, he was playing King Lear. Film and television fans have enjoyed his work as Dan Devine in Rudy, as Eddie Harris in Major League, and Conrad Hilton on Mad Men. He was honored to be part of the London and Sydney Australia cast of Tracy Lett's Tony Award winning play "August:Osage County". He can be seen in the Fall release of Trouble With The Curve as one of Clint Eastwood's baseball scouting buddies.
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