Chelcie Ross Biography
Birthday: June 20, 1942 (Gemini)
Born In: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States
Chelcie Ross is an American actor known for his appearances in the films ‘Above the Law,’ ‘Basic Instinct,’ ‘Major League,’ ‘Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey,’ and ‘The Ballad of Buster Scruggs.’ Born as the eldest of three sons to an Air Force Officer, he attended many schools including New Jersey’s Pemberton Township High School where he excelled in basketball, baseball and football. His first performance in a theatrical production was the titular role in ‘King Lear’ at Southwest Texas State University. Following college, Ross briefly worked as a radio jockey and then went on to serve as a lieutenant in the USAF where he received a Bronze Star. He eventually left his service in 1970 to become an actor. Ross, who has performed in over 80 plays and numerous films and television dramas, is one of the most versatile veteran actors in Hollywood right now.