Ross Neuenfeldt

Ross Neuenfeldt

Actor and Voice Actor

Los Angeles, California

Member Since:
December 2011
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About Ross

I am an actor currently working in Los Angeles. I have worked in professional theaters since I was eight years old. I am currently exploring the beginnings of a film and television career.

Unique traits: BFA in Acting (Boston University) Classical Semester (London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art) Accents and Dialects, Singer, Stage Combat, Gymnastic Abilities


  • Wayne

    Wayne (2015)
    Film (short) by Mario Galarreta (Drama and Romance) Young Wayne (Supporting) After 50 years of marriage, Wayne, an octogenarian with Alzheimer's, seeks a forbidden love from his youth.

  • Parents' Weekend

    Parents' Weekend (2012)
    Film (short) by Rachel Imbriglio (Comedy) Simon (Lead) An uptight college freshman discovers a surprise in his bed moments before his strict parents come to visit.

  • Shady Lady

    Shady Lady (2012)
    Documentary by Fact Not Fiction Films, Tristan Loraine (Documentary, Drama, War, History and 1 More) Lt. Doug Craig (Lead) This is the epic story of a B-24 'Liberator' bomber aircraft called 'Shady Lady', that took off from Darwin, Australia, on Friday, 13th August 1943, on what was at that time, the world's longest ever attempted bombing mission. Under the command of 'Doug' Craig, 'Shady Lady' set off with 10 other aircraft to attack the oil refineries at Balikpapan, Borneo. With the target hundreds of miles behind enemy lines, this was an audacious attempt to strike back at the Imperial Japanese Army. 'Shady Lady' survived intense tropical thunderstorms, serious turbulence, heavy enemy antiaircraft fire and was chased by Japanese Zero fighters - but never made it back to base. 'Shady Lady,' after 16 hours and 35 minutes in the air, ran out of fuel and was crash-landed in a salt-pan, in the remotest part of Northern Australia. Local support from the Aborigines and a massive rescue mission amazingly saw 'Shady Lady' - fly again.

  • Self/Reflection

    Self/Reflection (2008)
    Film (short) by Russ Anderson (Drama, Mystery and Romance) Man (Lead) A brief time-bending philosophical trip through the darker questions of identity we all face.


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