Ross Harris

Ross Harris


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<p>Richard R. Harris (born March 13, 1969), better known by his nickname, Rossie Harris is an American actor, artist, and musician. Born in Ventura, California, Harris began acting at age six. He appeared in over 100 commercials in the 1970s. In 1979, at the age of 10, Ross landed the role of Joey in the classic comedy feature film Airplane! with Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. Ross went on to co-star in the Academy-nominated drama Testament as well as roles on Love Boat, CHiPs, Little House on the Prairie, Hart to Hart, T.J. Hooker and many more. In March 1985, he replaced Chad Lowe in the starring role on the NBC sitcom Spencer. The show was retooled following Lowe's sudden departure, and returned under the new title Under One Roof. Ross has also been on MTV's Jackass on the segment named "Big Wheel Craze" alongside Dave England. Ross is also the father of two children and lives in Southern California with his wife. He plays basketball daily and likes to "get as funky as possible for a white boy". Harris was part of the Camarillo, CA space age electronic music act Sukia in the 90's. Taking their name from an X-rated Mexican comic-book of the same name, Sukia was notable for their crazy, often</p>