Ross Patterson is an actor, writer, and producer, first discovered selling hot dogs at a Bruce Springsteen concert at Staples Center in Los Angeles. Two weeks later he landed a lead role in the Sony Pictures film The New Guy, which went on to gross $60 million worldwide and he's never looked back, since starring in more than twenty films. Through his production company Street Justice Films, Patterson has written, starred, and produced seven films and three television shows including 50K and a Call Girl, Helen Keller vs. Nightwolves, Poolboy: Drowning Out the Fury, and FDR: American Badass, as well as the 2008 pilot The Barnes Brothers for MTV and St. James St. James Presents for IFC in 2012. In 2008, Patterson was nominated for an MTV Movie Award for Best Young Filmmaker. He has twice won at the New York Television Festival, with a pilot acquired by IFC and a web series later purchased by Hulu.
"...do yourself a favor and get this thing close to your own eyeballs, because it's hilarious." * The Playboy Morning Show *