When Ross isn’t knocking the gavel commercially or appearing on television, he is a philanthropist and has held many charity auctions.His charity a
When Ross isn’t knocking the gavel commercially or appearing on television, he is a philanthropist and has held many charity auctions.
His charity auctions have raised funds for The Prince’s Trust. Cancer Research UK, the NSPCC and GOSH, among many others.
The star has also been appointed the president of the Oxford Operatic Society, a local musical theatre group.
Reflecting on how he embarked on a career in antiquities, Ross said: “By chance, and then really being taken in by the history of the objects, particularly the furniture.”
He was approached by one of the team to join the show and the rest is history.
The antiques expert said Bargain Hunt was a like a “family” and he found it “very exciting.”
Ross went on to tell the BBC: “I really enjoy visiting the different venues and meeting such a diverse and interesting selection of people.”
Bargain Hunt airs on BBC One daily at 12.15pm