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Ross Antony Catterall (born 9 July 1974 in Bridgnorth, Shropshire, England); better known by his stage name Ross Antony, is a British musical actor, singer, television entertainer and presenter in Germany, where he also resides near the city of Cologne.[1] He attended Bridgnorth Endowed School and is a graduate of the Guildford School of Acting.[1] He rose to fame as a member of the R&B/Pop group Bro'Sis.[1] Since the group disbanded in 2006, Antony has maintained a profile as a TV personality in Germany, culminating in his 2008 winning of Ich bin ein Star – Holt mich hier raus!, the German version of I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!.[1]

Ross Antony
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Ross Antony at the German Television Awards 2012
Background information
Birth nameRoss Anthony Catterall
Born (1974-07-09) 9 July 1974 (age 45)
OriginBridgnorth, United Kingdom
GenresR&B / Pop, German Schlager music
Occupation(s)musical actor, singer, television entertainer and presenter
Years active1992–2001 (musicals)
2001–2006 (music group)
2006–present (solo)
LabelsTelamo (Sony Music)
Associated actsBro'Sis
WebsiteOfficial website

Personal lifeEdit

Antony came from a family of artists, and was performing on stage from the age of 3, receiving singing and dancing lessons from an early age. After leaving school, he secured a 3-year education at the Guildford School of Acting, where he earned his diploma. He then went on to appear in lots of pantomimes and musicals across England. In 1997 he made his debut on the German stage, with the world premiere of the musical Catharine, in Aachen. In Germany, he played many main roles, including "Claude" in the musical Hair, "Joseph" in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, and "Tabaluga" in Tabaluga and Lilli.

Since 2006, Antony has been in a civil partnership with the opera singer Paul Reeves, and the couple live together in Siegburg. As well as this, the two of them run a Bed and Breakfast in Wallingford, Oxfordshire, named "Little Gables". On 26 May 2014, he announced via his Facebook page that the two of them had adopted a child, which they'd both fought a long time for.[2] In December 2017, Antony and Reeves married.[3]

Musical engagementEdit


Solo singlesEdit

Year Single
2000 "...and That’s the Way It Is!"
2001 "Intimate"
2008 "Dschungel Wahnsinn" (Achim Petry feat. Jungle Allstars)
"Endlich da" (Musical-Single to the musical Casino Pique Dame)
2009 "Zeig dein Gesicht" (For the charity project Alle für Alle)
2010 "I Can't Dance Alone" (Duet with Giovanni Zarrella)
2013 "Do You Speak English"
"Ding Ding Dong"
2014 "Kettenkarussell"
"Goldene Pferde"
2016 "Tatort Liebe"

Solo albumsEdit

Year Album
2011 Two Ways (Ross Antony & Paul Reeves)
2012 Two Ways: Special Winter Edition (Ross Antony & Paul Reeves)
2013 Meine Neue Liebe (Ross Antony)
2014 Goldene Pferde (Ross Antony)
Winterwunderland (Ross Antony & Paul Reeves)
2015 Goldene Pferde (Very British Edition)
2016 Tatort Liebe
2017 Aber bitte mit Schlager

Musical albumsEdit

Year Album
1997 Catharine
1999 Mozart!


  1. ^ a b c d "How Ross Antony became Germany's biggest showbiz star". The Telegraph. London. 26 November 2010. Retrieved 18 February 2014.
  2. ^ Ross Antony adoptiert Kind (german)
  3. ^ Ross Antony und Paul Reeves, Sie haben offiziell geheiratet (German)


  • Nadja Otterbach, Ross Antony: The Inside Me - Das Leben eines Popstars. Machtwortverlag, Dessau 2007, ISBN 978-3-86761-000-1.

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