Ross McCall is a Scottish actor best known for his role as T-5 Joseph Liebgott in the 2001 HBO miniseries Band of Brothers, and as Matthew Keller in the hit series White Collar and the role of 'Freddy Mercury' kid in the music group Queen's video song 'The Miracle' .
Date of birth
He was born on 13 January 1976.
McCall was born in Port Glasgow to John and Maggie McCall but was raised in England from the age of 7, when his family relocated to Kent. His older brother, Stuart, is a policeman in Sussex. His father was a fire chief and his mother was a nurse. His parents later amicably divorced.
Details regarding his education are not yet available.
His love life is not yet publicly known.
Not yet established.
His first notable screen role was at the age of 13 when he appeared as Freddie Mercury in the 1989 music video for the Queen song "The Miracle".
In 1993, he was featured in BBC children's TV series The Return of the Borrowers. He was in HBO's Band of Brothers.
In 2005, Ross co-starred in the independent drama film Green Street. He played Kenny Battaglia in the television series, Crash, on the Starz network.
He reprised his role as Dave in the 2009 straight-to-video sequel Green Street 2: Stand Your Ground.
In 2008, he co-starred in an After Dark Horrorfest film, Autopsy. On 23 February 2010, he appeared as a guest star on White Collar on the episode "Bottlenecked" as Matthew Keller, an old rival of Neal.
He reprised the role in Episode 14 of White Collar Season 2, Episodes 9-11 of Season 3 and episodes 2-6 of season 6.
On 1 June 2010, he appeared as a guest star on Luther. Serving Up Richard, shot at the Sunset Gower studios in LA, was released in 2011. He also had a recurring role as Ron Clark on 24: Live Another Day.
In June 2016, McCall released a short documentary detailing his trip to the Faroe Islands, and his support of Sea Shepherd's campaign, "Operation Sleppið Grindini". In the documentary, he interviewed several locals about their views on the controversial traditional pilot whale drive hunt known as the "Grindadrap". He also interviewed several Sea Shepherd volunteers stationed in the Islands monitoring the activities of the hunters.
In 2021, he was cast as Nick Scott in Aftermath film.
|Born||13th January, 1976|
|Home City||Port Glasgow, Scotland, UK|