Claire Ross-Brown


Born: London, England, UK


Claire Ross-Brown (born 11 November 1972) is an English actress. Claire was born in Chelsea, London. Her father is English and her mother, although English, is of Italian and Malaysian ancestry. Claire studied at the Corona Stage Academy. Ross-Brown's acting debut was in the long-running successful British television series EastEnders and then films such as The Rainbow by Ken Russell. Whilst at stage school Claire became one of the first lingerie models for the well-known high street chain C & A. After some years away from acting, where she focused on her studying, Claire then did a four-year stint as head-hunter in Banking and Finance. Claire then returned to the screen appearing in the cable TV show Agony in England. In 1999 Claire moved to Copenhagen, Denmark. She is known in Denmark for her role as Claire, in the Danish cult series Klovn which has been Denmark's most successful comedy ever, hence Claire's breakthrough into the Danish film and TV market. Claire stars alongside comedians Casper Christensen, Frank Hvam and actress Iben Hjejle. As well as appearing in TV and films in Denmark and abroad, Ross-Brown has appeared as herself in shows such as "Come Dine With Me" (Danish: 4 stjerners middag, Djævleræs and MasterChef) amongst others and is one of the main English voice over artists in Denmark. Claire has appeared in films such as Love me Forever, Take the Trash out (Danish, Blå Mænd, Pisteleros and The Collector (Danish: Inkasso). In 2012 Claire appeared in In Real Life and The Stranger Inside. Claire is also the new face of "Intraceuticals" for 2012. In 2015 Claire went back into business with a start-up company, which led her at the end of 2016 to become the Executive Director of Fintech company CashWorks. Even though she is working back in the Banking and Finance world, Claire still appears in cameo roles on television and can be seen in the fall of 2018, in the new Danish TV series Friheden.

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