"Alpha Males Experiment" Star-Bio: Ross McCall

February 26th, 2013

Alpha Males Experiment: Star-Bio: Ross McCall

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Born in January of 1976, Ross McCall hails from Port Glasgow, Scotland. While he was still a child, McCall moved to England with his family. One of McCall's teachers noticed the youngster's singing talent and encouraged him to take part in school theater productions. To his surprise, McCall landed the role of Artful Dodger in a production of "Oliver!" After this success, he realized that he wanted to continue to pursue acting as a career. 

McCall began to study at the Redroofs Theatre School, located in Maidenhead, Berkshire. As McCall's acting talent developed, the entertainment world began to take notice. At the young age of thirteen, McCall's skill landed him an amazing opportunity. In 1989, he appeared as Freddie Mercury in the music video for Queen's single, "The Miracle." A few years later, in 1993, McCall appeared as Ilrick in a BBC miniseries called "The Return of the Borrowers."

As an adult, McCall continued to find steady work in various TV shows. In 2001, he appeared in HBO's critically acclaimed miniseries, "Band of Brothers." In the award-winning World War II drama, McCall played Corporal Joseph Liebgott. He had to interview three times before he finally landed the coveted role. Appearing in the popular miniseries helped to truly launch McCall's career. He appeared in movies such as "Green Street Hooligans" (2005). In 2006, he guest starred on an episode of "The Ghost Whisperer." It was here that he met the series' star, Jennifer Love Hewitt. The two started dating and McCall eventually became Hewitt's fianc┼Ż, although the couple called off the engagement in late 2008. McCall was surprised by the level of scrutiny caused by becoming part of a high-powered celebrity couple, but handled the separation with good humor.

Beginning in 2008, McCall landed a starring role on the Starz network drama, "Crash." Set in Los Angeles, the series draws inspiration from the Oscar-winning film of the same name. During the show's run, McCall played Kenny Battaglia, a police officer. After "Crash" came to end, McCall continued to work in TV and film. He guest starred on "Luther" in 2010, playing the role of Daniel Sugarman. In 2011, he appeared as a detective on the hit series "Castle." McCall also portrayed a charismatic villain, Matthew Keller, on "White Collar." In "Alpha Males Experiment," McCall plays needy Ethan, who has to learn a thing or two about relationships from his older brother.