Lonny Ross

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Lonny Ross
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Ross at the 2008 Tribeca Film Festival
Born New York[1]

Lonny Ross is an American comedy actor and writer.

As part of the ensemble on the NBC sitcom "30 Rock", he received a nomination for a Screen Actors Guild Award for his work as Josh Girard, the naive yet lovable sketch comedy actor. He also appeared on the Cartoon Network live action comedy series, Level Up (TV series), as Max Ross, the billionaire video-game designer. Ross participated in a Level Up (TV series) panel discussion at San Diego Comic-Con 2012.

Ross has appeared in the films, Good Luck Chuck (as Jessica Alba's onscreen brother), The Rocker, College Road Trip, and Labor Pains.

In 2010, the Independent Film Channel announced as part of their development slate, an original scripted half-hour comedy series entitled "Chosen Guns", in which Ross was writing and producing.

In 2012, Ross became the voice of a new Twix advertising campaign, in which the tagline is "Try Both and Pick a Side."

Ross grew up in New York.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Huang, Keith (May 1, 2008), "Inside With: Lonny Ross". The Apiary (Retrieved 2009-02-02)

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