Writing and performing comedy for just a few years, Jeffrey Ross has developed a fresh and endearing style that has quickly moved him up through the comedic ranks.
After graduating from Boston University, he moved back to his home state of New Jersey and began performing in area comedy clubs. Jeffrey soon became a regular on the New York comedy scene and the stand-up television shows.
Jeff developed “Superman” a one-man show based on the touching and humorous relationship with his grandfather through his final years. He then performed an abridged version to rave reviews at The U.S. Comedy and Arts Festival in Aspen. Two weeks later, he debuted on “Late Show With David Letterman” and the phones started ringing.
Jeff signed a development deal with Castle Rock Entertainment to develop his own television series, and taped his own half-hour comedy special for Comedy Central in Las Vegas. His “Poetry Tour ’95″ image spots have shown on Comedy Central. Jeffrey was in the Paramount feature “Jeffrey” and Dan Aykroyd’s “Celtic Pride.”