Ross Patterson

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Ross Patterson
Born (1977-02-25) February 25, 1977 (age 42)
Alpharetta, Georgia, United States
Other namesSt. James St. James
OccupationActor
Spouse(s)Jessie Wiseman
WebsiteWebsite

Ross Patterson aka St. James St. James,[1] Patterson is an American actor and author who has appeared in over 20 films including The New Guy, Accepted, and the 2006 Sundance film The Darwin Awards. Ross has also written, starred in, and produced six films; $50K and a Call Girl: A Love Story, 7-Ten Split, (with actress Tara Reid),[2] Screwball: The Ted Whitfield Story, Darnell Dawkins Mouth Guitar Legend, Poolboy: Drowning Out the Fury, and FDR: American Badass!, as well as a 2007 pilot for MTV entitled The Barnes Brothers which did not get picked up.

Novel[edit]

On June 9, 2015 Patterson's first novel, At Night She Cries, While He Rides His Steed was released by Regan Arts. It is billed as the first ever "Romance Novel For Dudes". He was nominated for an MTV Movies Award for Best Spoof in 2008. Ross was a member of Kappa Sigma fraternity at The Ohio State University in the late 1990s.[citation needed] Ross can be seen as the fast talking Hollywood music producer Joey Zane in the movie Garden Party[3] which opened on July 11, 2008 in Los Angeles, New York, Portland, and Seattle.

Film[edit]

Patterson finished filming Darnell Dawkins: Mouth Guitar Legend in January 2010. The film is based on the popular YouTube short film of the same name that has garnered over 800,000 views. He wrote, starred, and produced this film.[4]

Poolboy: Drowning Out the Fury starring opposite Danny Trejo, Jason Mewes, and Kevin Sorbo, was supposedly made in 1990, but only released to the public in 2013.

Screwball: The Ted Whitfield Story came out October 1, 2010. The plot involves a major-league baseball strike in 1994 which gives the sport of Wiffle Ball a chance to take the spotlight. Ted Whitfield, a star player, is played by Patterson.[5]

Patterson wrote and produced FDR: American Badass! playing a role opposite Barry Bostwick (FDR) and Bruce McGill. Production started December 6, 2010 in Los Angeles and features the 32nd president of the United States riding a "wheelchair of death" to stop the world from werewolves who carry the polio virus, including werewolf versions of Hitler, Mussolini, and Emperor Hirohito.FDR: American Badass! was designated, "One of the 25 Weirdest Films Streaming on Netflix Right Now",[6] by critics in 2013.

Ross Patterson's pilot St. James St. James Presents: Delirium Cinema earned the "Out of the Box" award in the 2011 New York Television Festival.[7] The IFC (U.S. TV channel) sponsored the category and the prize was a development deal with the network. Patterson created, wrote, starred, and produced the show which features a director looking back at the 200 worst films ever made.

$50K and a Call Girl: A Love Story is in post-production. Patterson stars with actress Jessie Wiseman and rapper Asher Roth. He writes, stars, and produces in this film as well. The film is directed by Seth Grossman.[8]

Ross Patterson wrote, produced, and directed action comedy 'Helen Keller vs Nightwolves' which was released October 31, 2015. This film depicts a fictitious account of how Helen Keller lost her hearing and sight due to night wolves that terrorized her town, and she decides to fight back. The film stars actress Jessie Wiseman, actress Lin Shaye, and actor Barry Bostwick. [9]

In 2015, he produced and directed, as well as starred in Range 15, in collaboration with the apparel companies, Ranger Up and Article 15 Clothing.[10] Financing for the film was generated through an Indiegogo campaign started by the two apparel companies, which resulted in over $1 million being raised. The movie was released in June 2016.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Bar side Chat".
  2. ^ Buchanan, Jason. "Strike (2006)". The New York Times. Retrieved 9 August 2012.
  3. ^ "Garden Party Movie website".
  4. ^ "Darnel Dawkins Mouth Guitar Legend".
  5. ^ "Review". Mattmovieguy.com.
  6. ^ "The 25 Weirdest Movies Streaming on Netflix Right Now".
  7. ^ "NYTVF awards 2011-PDF" (PDF).
  8. ^ "Seth Grossman to helm and star in faux docu".
  9. ^ https://www.imdb.com/title/tt2465308/?ref_=nv_sr_1
  10. ^ "Range 15 Is Top 5 Most Funded Film In IndieGoGo History". The Havok Journal. 16 June 2015. Retrieved October 15, 2015.

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