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He also has three older paternal half-siblings from his father's first marriage, Christoffer, Katinka, and Leona, Ross began his career as an actor while a student at Greenwich High School. Ross received rave reviews for his role as troubled teenager Amare Mc Carter in the HBO television film Life Support, starring alongside Queen Latifah and his real-life half-sister Tracee Ellis Ross, who portrayed his elder sister in the film.
Evan Olav Næss (born August 26, 1988), known professionally as Evan Ross, is an American actor and musician.
He made his acting debut in the 2006 drama film ATL, and has since starred in the films Pride (2007), According to Greta (2009), Mooz-lum (2010), 96 Minutes (2011), Supremacy (2014), and The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 (2014) and Part 2 (2015).
He then starred as Julie, the love interest of Hilary Duff's character, in the 2009 comedy-drama film According to Greta. That same year, he appeared in Case 219, and the critically acclaimed film festival winner Mooz-lum, also starring Danny Glover and Nia Long.
He then starred in the comedy-drama The Family Tree (2011), and co-starred alongside Brittany Snow in the thriller 96 Minutes, which was released April 28, 2012 in select theaters.
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