Ross Meyerson is best known for his work as an award-winning television and film casting director. He won an Emmy for his work on Damages in 2007 as well as having received seven additional nominations. He was the first casting director to be nominated twice in the same category. Ross has been nominated sixteen times for CSA's prestigious Artios Award and was fortunate enough to have won twice for Homeland and Rescue Me. Other notable shows Ross has cast include The Affair, The Americans, Nurse Jackie, The Big C, The Following, Seven Seconds, In Treatment, Sneaky Pete, True Blood (pilot), and many others. The list of showrunners, writers, and directors he has had the privilege of working with include Alan Ball, David Milch, Denis Leary, Peter Tolan, Paul Feig, Kevin Williamson, Joel Fields, Joe Weisberg, Brett Ratner, Bryan Cranston, George Nolfi, Dan Futterman, Clyde Phillips, Sarah Treem and Veena Sud.
In addition to his work as a casting director, Ross has multiple television and film projects in development, including I'll Be Right There, starring Edie Falco and Roach, starring comedian Chris Roach about to begin production. Ross has also worked producing and developing new works theatrically. He has co-produced and developed new works with Richard Frankel Productions (Hairspray, The Producers), Ira Pittleman (American Idiot, Spring Awakening) and others. Ross and partner Evan Shapiro (currently President of "National Lampoon) owned and operated Fourfront Productions, developing and producing branded content for HBO, Cinemax, Coca-Cola, Universal Pictures, Mercedes Benz, Toyota and others. Additionally, they produced the Drama Desk Awards for the NY1 television network. For ten years, Ross served as the artistic director for The Millbrook Playhouse, a professional theatre in Pennsylvania that launched the careers of many actors, such as Dan Bucatinsky, Kyle MacLachlan and Jesse Tyler Ferguson.