- Date of Birth:
- August 22, 1981
- Fort Collins
Ross Marquand (born Ross Marquand in Fort Collins, Colorado on August 22, 1981) is an American actor, best known for his role in AMC’s The Walking Dead. His interest in acting began when he was only nine years old. He starred in many small plays and musicals in high school before attending college at the University of Colorado at Boulder. After he received his BFA in Theatre, he moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in acting full time. In L.A., Ross took many roles on hit television shows including AMC’s Mad Men, and did voiceover for the animated shows, Phineas and Ferb and Conan.
Best Known For:
Ross Marquand is best known for his role as Aaron in the hit thriller, The Walking Dead. He is also recognized for his portrayal of Paul Newman on AMC’s Mad Men.
Ross Marquand prior to landing his breakout role on The Walking Dead, Ross spent a lot of his time impersonating celebrities. His list of impersonations includes Harrison Ford, Brad Pitt, Kevin Spacey, and Matthew McConaughey. This talent also landed him a job, producing and starring on PopTV’s “Impress me.”