Kevin A. Ross Bio, Wiki, Age, Wife, America’s Court, Salary, Net Worth

Kevin A. Ross Biography

Kevin A. Ross whose fullname is Kevin Andrew Ross is a producer, communications strategist, and former judge on the Los Angeles County Superior Court in California. He is the host of the syndicated court show America’s Court with Judge Ross. Kevin Andrew Ross was born on June 1, 1963, in Los Angeles, California, United States.

Kevin A. Ross Age

Ross is 58 years old as of 2021. He was born Kevin Andrew Ross on June 1, 1963, in Los Angeles, California, United States. He celebrates his birthday on June 1, every year.

Kevin A. Ross Height

Kevin stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches (1.75 m).

Kevin A. Ross Family

Ross has managed to keep her personal life away from the limelight hence she has not disclosed any information about her parents. It is also not known if Margot has any siblings.

Kevin A. Ross Wife

Ross is happily married to the love of his life Lore Ross, and together they have two sons and reside in the Los Angeles area. The couple has not disclosed when they tied the knot to the public.

Kevin A. Ross Net Worth

Ross has an estimated net worth of $10 million dollars which he has earned through his career as a judge.

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Kevin A. Ross Salary

Details of Kevin’s annual salary are still under review.

Kevin A. Ross Education

Kevin attended Gardena High School, where he served as student body president and president of the Los Angeles Unified School District’s District-Wide Association of Student Councils. Kevin went on to become vice president of the student body and then president of Morehouse College after graduating with a degree in Political Science from the Atlanta HBCU. He then went on to Southwestern Law School to earn his Juris Doctorate. Kevin remained active in the National Black Law Students Association, serving as class president and chapter president, respectively. He also joined Kappa Alpha Psi, an African-American Greek-lettered fraternity.

Kevin A. Ross Judge

Ross learned about the need for advocates to defend victims and others living in marginalized communities during an internship with the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office during the height of the crack cocaine epidemic. Kevin chose to work as a deputy district attorney before becoming a hardline gang prosecutor in charge of enforcing controversial civil gang nuisance injunctions.

Ross first entered politics in 1995, when he ran for a seat on the Los Angeles City Council and came in third despite endorsements from the Los Angeles Times and LA Weekly. Kevin went on to become a member of the Los Angeles County Parks and Recreation Commission and co-founded The New Leaders, an organization dedicated to training and preparing the next generation of African-American leaders.

Election to the California Bench and Subsequent Removal

Ross clerked for David W. Williams while in law school. Judge Williams, a fellow black Republican, would administer the oath of office to Ross after he was appointed to the Inglewood Municipal Court. Ross was the youngest elected judge in the state of California at the time. After a ballot initiative passed by California voters, Ross was elevated to the Superior Court the following year. Ross handled approximately 60,000 cases during his seven years on the bench, ranging from traffic and minor claims cases to juvenile delinquents, sexually aggressive predators, and murderers.

Ross began participating on the PBS program to address legal topics from a judge’s perspective after being profiled on KCET’s Life & Times Tonight. He also stressed the significance of Blacks becoming police officers, prosecutors, defense attorneys, and judges to ensure that minorities were treated equitably in the legal system. Judge Ross was removed from office by the Commission on Judicial Performance (CJP) in 2005, citing violations of judicial canons relating to defendants’ constitutional rights, public comments made on KCET, and his participation in a television court show pilot.

Ross unsuccessfully appealed the CJP’s decision to the California Supreme Court, which resulted in him being barred from practicing law in the state. Neither the first “Mobile Court,” produced by Endemol and Tribune Entertainment, nor the follow-up Twentieth Television program “Ross is Boss,” were picked up for syndication by television stations.

America’s Court with Judge Ross

Ross wowed comedian Byron Allen so much during a 2009 business meeting to discuss an internet media venture that Allen offered him a deal on the spot to host the first of six court shows for Entertainment Studios (ES). The next year, “America’s Court with Judge Ross” was one of the midday freshmen programs in the 2010-2011 season. America’s Court is currently in its ninth season and can be watched on Justice Central, ES’ legal cable network.

Ross has acted in independent films such as “Blindfire” and “Broken Star,” as well as an episode of Bounce TV’s comedy series “In The Cut.” Ross also appears in the Netflix film “Ava (2020)” as the judge in an America’s Court case.

Kevin A. Ross BlogTalkRadio

Ross chose to build a communications company, become a blogger, and host an eponymous Internet show on Blogtalkradio, a big citizen broadcasting network, after his interest in media was reignited. On Blogtalkradio, “The Kevin Ross Broadcast” became a popular current affairs and conservative political show. It was also one of the top five most-listened-to shows on the social networking radio platform.

Fox News Radio and BlogTalkRadio teamed together in 2008 to present “Election 2008: Battle of the Blog Talkers” to listeners. During a week-long one-on-one tournament, fans of FOX News Radio’s “FOX Across America” chose their favorite BlogTalkRadio hosts from both sides of the political aisle. Ross was picked as one of eight hosts and went on to win the competition as the representative of the political right.

Kevin A. Ross Entrepreneurship

Kevin served as one of the executive producers on the Emmy nominated America’s Court, he also appears on various cable and radio outlets such as Fox News, MSNBC, CNN, Black Entertainment Television (BET), NPR, The Tom Joyner Morning Show as well as KJLH 102.3 FM as a legal, political as a well as a social commentator.

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