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Miles Ross is a British producer, director, actor and writer. He is the son of British actress and radio presenter Martha Ross, and brother of television presenters Jonathan and Paul Ross, and brother of television producer Simon Ross.
As a producer, Ross has produced television programmes such as Jools Holland The Happening, The World Of Lee Evans, Director's commentary, Steve Chisholm's A-Z of Extraordinary Sexual Fetishes, Rob Brydon's Annually Retentive and Rob Brydon's Identity Crisis.
As a director, Ross has directed Steve Chisholm's A-Z of Extraordinary Sexual Fetishes and Keith Barret Live.
As an actor, Ross appeared in Headmaster ("Our Patrick" episode 1977), and played Roger in Grange Hill's 1981 Christmas special.
As a writer, Ross wrote Steve Chisholm's A-Z of Extraordinary Sexual Fetishes.
Ross has siblings Paul, Jonathan, Simon, Adam and Lisa.
Miles Ross also has two children, Miles Jr. Ross and Katharine Ross, both of whom were schooled at Seaford College, Petworth.