ROSS MARTIN (Shakespeare)
Even though his famous name might indicate otherwise, Ross' personal contact with plays and poetry occurred as an English & History teacher at the age of nineteen in Sydney (NSW) high schools.
During this time, Ross was a musician as well; and a couple of years later he accepted an offer to pursue music professionally by touring and working overseas. He lived in Singapore and worked in Asia (Hong Kong, Philippines, Singapore, Vietnam), and received a VLSM (Vietnam Support & Logistic Medal) for services in entertaining Australian troops while working in Australian, British and American shows.
When he returned to Sydney, his ability as an instrumentalist and singer ensured him a profession in music as a performer and guitar
and bass teacher.