Ross Neuenfeldt is originally from Fort Worth, Texas, where he started acting at the age of seven and became a regular in the local theatre scene through high school. One of his favorite memories is playing Tiny Tim in two national tours of A Christmas Carol. Ross graduated as the Valedictorian of Fort Worth Country Day School and went on to be a Trustee Scholar at Boston University. At BU, Ross attended the College of Fine Arts and completed four years of the School of Theatre’s conservatory-style training. He graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Acting.
In his junior year of college, Ross studied for a semester at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA). It was in London that he rediscovered his love of playing piano. College is also where Ross discovered his enthusiasm for gymnastics and tumbling. In his spare time, Ross enjoys knitting, cooking, tennis, playing video games, and watching movies.
After graduation, Ross briefly stayed in Boston, where he did a few Shakespeare productions and starred in his first feature-length independent film. Ross then moved to the San Francisco Bay Area, where he jumped right in and acted in over ten productions during his first few years. Highlights include starring in Little Shop of Horrors, The 39 Steps, The Full Monty, and Amadeus.
By day, Ross works as a freelance editor for Penguin Random House and Hachette Book Group.