Tim Ross (Australian actor)

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Ross at the ARIA Music Awards 2014
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Tim Ross is an Australian actor best known for having played Steve Beaumont in Wonderland . [1] He has also appeared in the television series Neighbours, Rush, Mrs Biggs and the telemovie Underbelly Files: Tell Them Lucifer was Here.

In 2017, Ross joined the cast of Home and Away , playing James Mayvers, the love interest of Roo Stewart played by Georgie Parker. Tim’s first lead in a feature film was the role of Simon Cook in Romance On The Menu aka Hearts Down Under with Cindy Busby which aired on both Netflix and the Hallmark Channel [2]

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  1. "Steve Beaumont". Network Ten. Retrieved 18 April 2014.
  2. "Tim Ross". Showcast. Retrieved 25 October 2016.