Ross is a graduate of the Advanced Playwriting Course in Trinity College Dublin, taught by Marina Carr.
He is also one-third of the hugely successful Irish sketch-comedy group A Betrayal of Penguins who have experienced hugely successful runs at the Edinburgh Fringe in the past two years. His play, Minute after Midday which follows three people affected by the Omagh bombing, won a Fringe First in 2011 and The Life and Sort of Death of Eric Argyle was nominated for Best New Play at the Irish Times Theatre Awards in 2013 as well as the Stewart Parker Trust Award. The play had a successful run at Soho Theatre and transferred to 59E59 in New York in September 2013. Ross' play Before Monsters Were Made opened in 2015 followed by a national Irish tour in February 2017.
Ross also writes for RTE’s Fair City and Roy and is developing a film adaptation of The Life and Sort of Death of Eric Argyle.
Short play commission as part of Future Tense
Thriller about love, lies and loyalty
Drama about a man released from prison who begins a cycle of revenge
Play for Painted Filly Theatre's series of plays about now
Film adaptation of the novel by Stephan Abarbanell. An intelligent thriller about a young Palestinian Jewish woman in search of a missing Jewish scientist in 1946, a journey that takes her from Jerusalem to London, Munich and Berlin.
Film adaptation of Ross' play