Lucas Ross is an actor/comedian from Minco, Oklahoma. He has many admirable attributes, including being a 4-time Heartland Emmy winner for work at Oklahoma television and has appeared in feature films like Rudderless, Skid, Wolf Head, Boiling Point’s Army of Frankensteins. Lucas can be seen weekday mornings on “Rise and Shine.” You can see Lucas on hundreds of regional commercials from Oklahoma City, Portland, and even Las Vegas.
His claim to fame is the character of “Donnie” in the Oklahoma Metro Ferguson commercials. He loves having on “on-air personality,” and gets recognized for it on the daily. He found his inspiration for the “Donnie” personality from the character, Ernest.
As the marketing director, every day at work is unique for him. From helping create concepts to being filmed comedic commercials, he loves his job at Boiling Point Media. The creative atmosphere helps inspire him to go above and beyond. When he’s not on local TV, he’s playing the banjo as a Deering Artist. Lucas released the bluegrass comedy album “Son of a Beekeeper” inspired by being raised by a family of honey producers.
If Lucas had to have an actor play the very eventful story of his life, he would choose actor, Rick Moranis. They both have a knack for comedy AND glasses, perfect fit.