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Ross McCall (born January 13, 1976; age 45) is a Scottish actor who played Ron Clark in 24: Live Another Day.

Biography and career[edit | edit source]

Ross McCall was born in Port Glasgow, Scotland. His acting career began at the age of thirteen when he was selected from a pool of applicants to appear as the young Freddie Mercury in the promotional video for Queen's 1989 single "The Miracle." He later appeared in the BBC children's TV series The Borrowers (1992) and the subsequent The Return of the Borrowers.

McCall is best known for his starring role as Easy Company Corporal Joseph Liebgott in HBO's 2001 miniseries Band of Brothers, also starring Kirk Acevedo, Michael Cudlitz and Frank John Hughes. He also starred in the Starz original series Crash (produced by Sang Kyu Kim) from 2008 to 2009 alongside the late Dennis Hopper, as well as co-stars Kenneth Choi, Boris Krutonog, Kari Matchett, Christopher Maher, Jamie McShane, D.B. Sweeney, and Tom Wright. Other film and television roles include parts in Green Street (2005), Bones (2005, with T.J. Thyne), Autopsy (2008, with Jenette Goldstein), Castle (2011, with Francois Chau, Penny Johnson Jerald, Stana Katic, and Michael Yavnieli), and White Collar (2010-2012).

In 2006, McCall guest-starred in Ghost Whisperer, starring Jennifer Love Hewitt and Aisha Tyler. McCall and Hewitt were later engaged, until Hewitt called off the engagement in 2008.

24 credits[edit | edit source]

24-related appearances[edit | edit source]

Selected filmography[edit | edit source]

  • About Us (2020)
  • Hex (2018)
  • The Beautiful Ones (2017)
  • In Embryo (2016)
  • Automotive (2013)
  • Alpha Males Experiment (2009)
  • Trade Routes (2007)
  • EMR (2004)
  • Waterland (1992)

Television appearances

  • Fear the Walking Dead (2017)
  • Lucifer (2016)
  • White Collar (2010-2014)
  • Castle (2011)
  • Crash (2008-2009)
  • Bones (2005)
  • Pie in the Sky (1997)
  • The Brittas Empire (1991)

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