After moving to Los Angeles, Colorado native Ross Marquand quickly garnered attention with credits in over 30 film and television projects. His feature film debut (Woodshop) placed him opposite cult actors Jesse Ventura and Mitch Pileggi. Marquand's breakout performance in A Lonely Place for Dying found him performing with Academy-Award nominee James Cromwell and Michael Wincott. The following year, Ross worked alongside Oscar-nominee Bruce Davison and Daniel Roebuck on The Congregation and Sally Kirkland in Broken Roads.
Also an accomplished voiceover actor, Ross has provided his unique vocal talents for numerous commercials and animated movies. He is known for impersonating a plethora of celebrities including Harrison Ford, James Gandolfini, Brad Pitt, Kevin Spacey and several others. Marquand frequently pursues roles that require him to alter his voice and appearance considerably.