HEATHER JORDAN ROSS
Heather Jordan Ross is a Scottish-Canadian writer and comedian whose personal, acerbic storytelling has been featured on OutTV, CBC's the Doc Project, and BBC Radio 4's It's Funny and It's True with Julia Sutherland. She holds a Honours Bachelor of Journalism and Theatre from University of King's College and a Masters in Screenwriting with Distinction from Screen Academy Scotland. The Stand has called her comedy “very refreshing” and “extremely relatable.” She now works as a freelance script editor and writer.
Since COVID-19 struck, life has looked a little different. She's freelanced for her home newspaper to tell the tales of the great British lockdowns (while Prince Edward Island, per any zombie story, remains almost unscathed). She trained in Story for Script Development with John Yorke Story. She also developed classes on Comedic Storytelling, which she's taught to the PEI Writers' Guild and to Screen Academy Scotland. She also produced a livestream charity show that raised £700 a Polish LGBTQIA+ charity.
Whether it's an advice panel with her three siblings, or a review of her own disastrous teenage singing career, Heather is doing her best to keep herself and others entertained in the time of COVID19.
LAUGHING IN THE TIME OF COVID
ASK THE ROSS SQUAD: EPISODE 3
The squad is back to answer your questions about what we'll be nostalgic for in 2070, lumps or no lumps in mashed potatoes, and what movies traumatized us as kids.
I'M YOUR MAN: A REVIEW OF MY TEENAGE SELF
Comedian Heather Jordan Ross reviews her own video singing Leonard Cohen's I'm Your Man as a horned up sixteen year old.
ASK THE ROSS SQUAD: EPISODE 2
This episode we answer how to get over being on camera and what it means when a couple has a joint Facebook account.
ASK THE ROSS SQUAD: EPISODE 1!
In this episode the Ross' answer whether you should get COVID bangs and how to date a longtime friend.
Heather Jordan Ross has performed stand up comedy across Canada and Scotland
LIVE AT THE STAND
THE TRAGEDY SHOW AT YUK YUK'S