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Evan Ross is a triple threat — actor, singer and dancer. He is currently working on his first album, and in May 2015, he released the single called “How to Live Alone,” which featured T.I. It is the first single from Ross’s forthcoming full-length debut. The ultimate expression of love, the passionate ballad is an ode to Ross’s wife, Ashlee Simpson, whom he married last August.
He can next be seen in the film “The Hunger Games: Mocking Jay, Part 2.” Ross joined the cast in “The Hunger Games: Mocking Jay, Part 1” as ‘Messalla,’ who was part of the TV crew that filmed propos for the war as part of the Airtime Assault. He later joined the rebels in the war. He was recently seen in the Courtney Cox directed “Just Before I Go,” and was also seen in the independent films “The Wildnerness of James,” opposite Isabelle Fuhrman and Virginia Madsen, “Life is Hot in Cracktown,” starring opposite Kerry Washington, “Brooklyn to Manhattan,” “Mooz-lum” and “Gardens of the Night,” starring opposite John Malkovich. In 2011, he won the Breakthrough Performance Award at South by Southwest for his performance in the film “96 Minutes.”
Ross made his feature film debut in “ATL,” co-starring with T.I. and Antwan A. Patton (aka Big Boi) and went on to star opposite Queen Latifah in the HBO film “Life Support,” which closed the 2007 Sundance Film Festival. He was nominated for a NAACP Image award for the role. In 2007 he starred in the film “Pride,” along with Terrence Howard and Bernie Mac.
On TV he guest starred on “90210,” “Luck” and “Girlfriends,” with his sister Tracee Ellis Ross.
Ross, who Teen Vogue called “a natural born performer,” is no stranger to Hollywood. He is the son of superstar and former Supreme, Diana Ross. He currently lives in Los Angeles
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