Evan Ross Biography
Evan Ross born Evan Olav Næss, on August 26, 1988 in Greenwich, Connecticut, is an American actor and musician.
Evan Ross Father/Dad
Ross is the son of the late mountaineer Arne Næss Jr. and the Supremes lead singer Diana Ross. His father was of German and Norwegian descent and his mother is African-American. His parents divorced in 2000. In January 2004, Ross’ father was killed at age 66 in a climbing accident near Cape Town.
Evan Ross Mom
Diana Ernestine Earle Ross was born on March 26, 1944 and is an American singer, actress, and record producer. Born and raised in Detroit, Michigan, Diana rose to fame as the lead singer of the vocal group the Supremes, which, during the 1960s, became Motown’s most successful act, and are the best charting girl group in US history, as well as one of the world’s best-selling girl groups of all time. Read More
Evan Ross Siblings
Ross has one older brother, Ross Næss and three older maternal half-sisters; Rhonda Ross, whose biological father is Berry Gordy, and Tracee and Chudney from his mother’s marriage to Robert Ellis Silberstein. He also has three older paternal half-siblings from his father’s first marriage, Christoffer, Katinka, and Leona, and two younger paternal half-brothers from his father’s third marriage, Nicklas and Louis.
Evan Ross Wife
He has been married to singer-songwriter Ashlee Simpson since 2014, with whom he has one daughter. Their daughter, Jagger Snow Ross, was born on July 30, 2015. Through his marriage, Ross also has one stepson, Bronx Mowgli Wentz (born November 2008), from Simpson’s previous marriage to musician Pete Wentz.
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Evan Ross Age – Evan Ross Birthday
He was born on August 26, 1988.
Evan Ross ATL
Ross began his career as an actor while still a student at Greenwich High School. His first major role was in the film, ATL, released in March 2006, in which he co-starred with rappers T.I. and Big Boi. Ross has appeared in several other films, including the thriller Linewatch with Cuba Gooding, Jr. (2008), the drama Gardens of the Night (2008), and the crime drama film Life Is Hot in Cracktown (2009).
He then starred as Julie, the love interest of Hilary Duff’s character, in the 2009 comedy-drama film According to Greta. Ross has also appeared in The Notorious B.I.G. music video for the song “Nasty Girl” (2005), and the Lionel Richie music video for the song “Just Go” (2009).
Ross joined the cast of The CW’s teen drama series 90210 in its third season, in 2010, portraying Liam Court’s (Matt Lanter) half-brother and the love interest to Annie Wilson, played by Shenae Grimes. He appeared that same year, in Case 219, and the critically acclaimed film festival winner Mooz-lum, also starring Danny Glover and Nia Long.
He starred in the comedy-drama The Family Tree (2011), and co-starred alongside Brittany Snow in the thriller 96 Minutes, which was released April 28, 2012 in select theaters. Ross won the Breakout Acting Award at SXSW for his performance in the film. In 2012, Ross had a supporting role in the Jay and Mark Duplass-directed comedy-drama Jeff, Who Lives at Home.
In 2007, Ross began recording his debut album. After four years in the studio, Ross released his single “Yes Me” on February 25, 2011. Ross released a sneak preview of another song, “How To Live Alone”, on his Instagram on December 5, 2014. On May 14, 2015, Ross released the song as a single, featuring rapper T.I.
Ashlee Simpson and Evan Ross
Ashlee Simpson and Evan Ross Wedding
In the presence of family and friends, Ashlee and Evan exchanged vows in a bohemian-themed ceremony at his mom Diana Ross’s estate in Greenwich, CT. Despite the rain, she dazzled in a gown decorated with pearls. The bride’s family played an adorable role in the ceremony. Her son, Bronx Wentz, had the honor of walking his mom down the aisle. Meanwhile, Ashlee Simpson’s sister, Jessica Simpson, was a bridesmaid while her daughter, Maxwell, acted as a flower girl.
The bridal party was made up of sister Jessica Simson the maid of honor, and other bridesmaids Kelly Blair, Kimberly Ryan, Alicia Sevani, Yisney Terrero, Nia Sanchez, Chudney Ross, Rhonda Ross, Tracee Ross CaCee Cobb.
Ross Ness served as the as the best man, while the groomsmen was lit up by Donald Faison, Jessica Simpson’s husband Eric Johnson, Gregory Andrews, Jovar Andrews, Dallas Austin, Jaz-man Bennett, Paul Blair, Daniel Booko, Tony DeNiro, Josh Faulkner, De’Vaughn Nixon, V Sevani and Jessy Terrero.
Evan Ross Movies – Evan Ross Films
- Gardens of the Night
- According to Greta
- Life Is Hot in Cracktown
- Black Water Transit
- Case 219
- The Family Tree
- 96 Minutes
- Jeff, Who Lives at Home Kevin
- N.Y.C. Underground
- All the Wilderness
- Just Before I Go
- The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1
- The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2
- Buckout Road
Evan Ross Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $20 million.
Evan Ross Hunger Games
The Hunger Games series generated more than $2 billion in worldwide box office revenue and produced a megastar in Jennifer Lawrence, the franchise also showcased a few young stars with its supporting cast: Liam Hemsworth, Amandla Stenberg, Willow Shields and Evan Ross.
With the Games destroyed, Katniss Everdeen, along with Gale, Finnick and Beetee, end up in the so thought “destroyed” District 13. Under the leadership of President Coin and the advice of her friends, Katniss becomes the “Mockingjay”, the symbol of rebellion for the districts of Panem.
Evan Ross Music
- How to Live Alone
- I do
- Yes Me
Evan Ross Singing – Evan Ross How to Live Alone Lyrics
Say my name, but in that tone again
If I got to
learn to live a life without you
I be Broken hearted
But if I stay here I’m retarted
When I say, she came here to regarded
Sayin I’m trippin shawty
Call it what you call it but I know
I had you running like a faucet for me
Nigga talkin aint got shit but alotta money
And honey he just wanna show you take you by the money
i Wanna share it with you but my life I gotta run it
I done it differently, a new page about to turn it now
A man need to help and burn it down
See man we still kick it
We goin somewhere
For real dig it
Decide to go your way
Guess Ill be goin mine
But you do respect me
When it’s going down
Say my name but in that tone again
I feel your hair and you are home again
Your lips are drugs
And I am zoned again
My chest is a bomb and it explodes again
If your body lies
I sin again
Ecstasy and eyes of cinnamon
Get me high
And let me hit again, again, again
If I sleep don’t change the Saturday
If I’m wrong
Don’t tell me what it is
You are mine
And it’s all I need to know
If it’s not you
If it’s not you
If it’s not you
It will be no one
It will be no one
Evan Ross Gay
Evan Ross is making a name for himself in the role of a gay man with AIDS in producer Queen Latifah‘s new HBO film Life Support. Evan plays a self-destructive gay HIV-positive teenager, Amare, who Latifah’s character is trying to save. The film shines a light on people not often represented on the screen: African-American women and men living with HIV and AIDS, including men living on the “down low” like Amares lover, Michael.
Evan Ross Ethnicity
He was born to a father of German and Norwegian descent and his mother is African-American.
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Evan Ross Ashlee Simpson Song ‘I Do’
Ashlee Simpson-Ross is releasing her first single with her husband, actor and musician Evan Ross, this Friday. The 33-year-old singer and actress made the announcement about the forthcoming track “I Do” via Twitter on Tuesday morning.
“I’m so excited to finally announce our first single, I Do, is coming out this Friday!!” she tweeted, adding a few heart emojis and a picture of the two together.
The announcement comes ahead of the premiere of the married couple’s new reality series, Ashlee and Evan, slated to premiere on E! this Sunday, September 9 at 10 PM ET. The couple appeared on New York Live on Tuesday to promote the show and a forthcoming album.
“For now, it was a time for us where we’re making music together, and we really wanted people to come on that journey with us and have a deeper look into our lives,” Simpson-Ross said of why they chose to make the reality show now.
“It started with us just documenting us making the album. And then, in the process, we kind of realized most of the inspiration was coming from our home life, our children, and things like that,” Ross added.
The two recently celebrated their fourth anniversary on Friday (August 31) by both sharing Instagram posts on their respective pages. See Simpson-Ross’ post below and look out for the couple’s new single, “I Do,” on September 7.