Tim Ross is one of Australia’s best known comedians. He built up an enormous fan base as the Rosso half of Merrick and Rosso through their ratings-topping show on Triple J and also their sell out live shows.
In 2001 he helped launch the Nova network. The Merrick and Rosso breakfast show fast became Sydney’s most popular radio program and then went national for six of its nine years. On TV Rosso featured on three seasons of the Logie nominated ‘Unplanned’ (Nine Network).
He also featured in ‘The B-Team’ (Network Ten) and ‘The Merrick and Rosso Show’ (Foxtel) and has made guest appearances on shows such as ‘All Saints’, ‘Spicks and Specks’ and ‘Rove Live.’ He has hosted ‘Uncharted’ and ‘Facing the Hangover’ for MTV, guest programmed ‘Rage’ and is a regular on Weekend Sunrise.
Along the way he’s picked up numerous ACRA radio awards, an Astra, GQ Man of the year award and an ARIA.
In 2010 he released his first book, Mum had a Kingswood.
He is currently a contributor to Men’s Style Australia, Rolling Stone and writes a monthly column Rosso’s Sydney for The (Sydney) Magazine in the Sydney Morning Herald.