Hollywood News has described Bo’ness actor Ross Anderson (27) as having the “potential to be a huge star”.
He has already secured three major upcoming film roles.
Fresh from the London premiere of The Silent Storm, in which he plays the love rival of Homeland actor Damien Lewis, Ross will also appear in Unbroken as a Scottish POW in Japan, and in Macbeth alongside Michael Fassbender.
Unbroken has given him the chance to work under the direction of American superstar Angelina Jolie.
Ross first caught the acting bug when he was involved in school shows at Bo’ness Public school and later at Bo’ness Academy.
He cultivated his talent as part of Falkirk Youth Theatre productions before studying Acting and Performance at Telford College in Edinburgh.
He trained at the Drama Centre in London which lists Tom Hardy, Pierce Brosnan and Colin Firth among its alumni, before landing a role in BBC drama ‘Privates’.