About Ross Hunter
Ross trained at the Arts Educational School in London and at the age of 21 he landed his first West End show, as the Galileo understudy in the Olivier award-winning show We Will Rock You. Since then he has appeared in/starred in Legally Blonde, Rock Of Ages, The Book Of Mormon, and the 20th Anniversary UK and London production of RENT. Other credits include Robin Hood, Cinderella, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, My Fair Lady, and Chess In Concert at the Royal Albert Hall.
He can additionally be heard as a guest artist on the albums of many new musical theatre writers, lending his voice to the songs of such composers/lyricists as Michael Bruce, Gareth Peter Dicks and Richard Beadle. He also recorded the song ‘The Morning After You Do It’ on the debut album of Dougal Irvine, Acoustic Overtures: The Songs of Dougal Irvine, ‘You Dare’ on Tim Prottey Jones’ Surrounded By The Sounds, and duets with Mark Evans on ‘Sin That I Am In’, which features on Chris Passey’s debut album, Self Taught, Still Learning: The Songs of Chris Passey. He also sung on the album of composer Joe Sterling, Somewhere In My Mind.
Ross hails from northern England, bringing his energetic, feel good show, with powerhouse vocals, musical, pop and rock classics that you will all know and love. A born performer who has shared the stage with Brian May and Roger Taylor from Queen and sang all over the world including Las Vegas.