Ross Mathews Biography, Parents, Husband, Voice, Gay, Net Worth, Twitter

Ross Mathews Biography, Parents, Husband, Voice, Gay, Net Worth, Twitter

Ross Mathews Biography

Ross Mathews is an American actor, and television personality. He is best known as an intern and a correspondent for The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, where he was known as “Ross the Intern”.

Ross has subsequently appeared on Celebrity Fit Club, The Insider, and Celebrity Big Brother. He was also a weekly panelist on Chelsea Lately.Mathews is currently working on the shows Hollywood Today Live, RuPaul’s Drag Race and Live from E!.

Ross attended University of La Verne, in La Verne, California where he majored in communications and graduated in 2002. He was also a speech and debate competitor.

 How Old Is Ross Mathews? |  Age

Ross Mathews was born in September 24, 1979 in Mount Vernon, Washington.

Ross Mathews Parents

Mathews was born and raised in Mount Vernon, Washington. He has a brother and is believed to have a close relationship with his mother. His mother inspired him to pursue a career in the entertainment industry.

Ross Mathews

 Ross Mathews Husband | Partner | Boyfriend

Mathews has been in a relationship with Stylist Salvador Camarena since 2008. In a 2013 episode of HGTV’s `House Hunter’ while shopping for a house in palm springs.

Ross Mathews Salvador Camarena

Salvador is the patner to Ross Mathews since 2008. He is a stylist known for his work on Hollywood Today Live, Celebrity Big Brother, and After Lately.

Ross Mathews Career

Ross Mathews Jay Leno

Ross began as an intern behind the scenes on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. He covered movie premieres, the Academy Awards, two Winter Olympic Games and other events from December 2001.
He has contributed commentary to the E! networks various 101… specials. He has also appeared as a weekly panelist on E’s late night talk show Chelsea Lately.

Mathews appeared on the fifth season of Celebrity Fit Club a VH1’s reality television show. He lost more than 40 lbs during the course of the show, which premiered in April 2007. He hence helped his team win the grand prize. On July 17, 2007, he was also a guest host on The View.
In early 2008, he appeared as a celebrity mob member on seven episodes of NBC’s prime time game show 1 vs. 100.

Mathews was a contributing correspondent on The Insider, and hosted a web show with The Insider called Inside Dish With Ross Mathews in 2009. In the show, he took his viewers behind the scenes, as an “outsider” in Hollywood. Inside Dish became the official online web-shows for CBS’s Big Brother and The Amazing Race. In 2009, he co-hosted GSN’s Big Saturday Night, a weekly game show. He had other 2009 appearances which included The Howard Stern Show and the 2009 Game Show Awards with Diane Mizota.

Mathews joined the E! Network’s red carpet team in 2010, filling in for Ryan Seacrest as co-host with Giuliana Rancic for E! Live. This is from the Red Carpet coverage of the 2011 Screen Actors Guild Awards, the 2011 Golden Globe Awards, the 2010 Emmy Awards, and the 2011 Academy Awards.

Mathews starred in a pilot that he produced and co-wrote with Heather McDonald a fellow Chelsea Lately round table regular in January 2011. The pilot was made for the E! Network and was executive produced by Chelsea Handler and her company Borderline Amazing Productions, it was titled Love or Hate. He also appeared in the E! Network’s After Lately. This was a show about the behind the scenes of Chelsea Lately. Mathews had formally moved on from The Tonight Show by September 2011. He was returning for guest appearances, including for the “Woulda, Coulda, Shoulda” skit on December 14, 2011.

He appeared in the fourth episode of the Bravo series Interior Therapy with Jeff Lewis in 2012. Lewis redesigned his and his boyfriend’s garage.

Straight Talk Ross Mathews | Podcast

Straight Talk with Ross Mathews is a weekly podcast described as “Advice & LOLs from the Gay Best Friend You Wish You Had and Know You Need,” hosted by Ross Mathews.

Original release: November 11, 2014 – present
Opening theme: “Straight Talk” by Dolly Parton
Genre: Comedy, entertainment, talk

Ross Mathews Book | Man Up

Mathews released his first book, Man Up: Tales of My Delusional Self-Confidence [Grand Central Publishing] in 2013. It quickly became a national bestseller. It has an introduction written by Gwyneth Paltrow, and afterword from Chelsea Handler. Man Up takes readers inside Mathews’ personal journey as a super fan, it reveals the most embarrassing and hilarious moments of his small town life and big city adventures.

Ross Mathews Net Worth

The television personality has a net worth of $2 million.

Is Ross Mathews Gay?

Mathews is openly gay and an LGBTQ rights activist.

Ross Mathews Weight Loss | House | Fat

Ross Mathews

How Tall Is Ross Mathews?

The American television personality is 5feet 10 inches tall.

Ross Mathews Facebook

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Ross Mathews Voice

Ross Mathews News

 How do you find the time between all your current hosting, judging and appearances to start the weekly DRAGTASTIC BUBBLE BRUNCH at Rockwell?

I don’t do down time. I’m always thinking about what’s next – what I want to create next. I like to think of everything I do as my little contribution to the world. This brunch is the brunch I’ve always wished I could go to. Now everyone can!

So, Ross, would you tell us what craziness you’re planning to wow the Rockwell brunch audiences with?

Well, being a judge in RuPaul’s Drag Race, I take Drag very seriously. And this brunch will celebrate what I love so much about Drag – energy, color, fun, humor and artistry. These queens are the best of the best. Add in great music, food, drinks, and audience participation (“Lip Sync For Your Drink”), and trust me – it’ll be the best Drag brunch EVER!

How did you come up with the name DRAGTASTIC?

I put zero effort into it. The name just popped into my head. It was a no-brainer.

Do you already have a short list of performers for your first show September 22?

Absolutely! We’ll have established, world-famous Drag Race queens like Morgan McMichaels and Manilla Luzon, plus queens on the brink of worldwide fame like Silky Nutmeg Ganache, and many more. Plus, we’ll have celeb DJ’s, surprise performers and, you never know what celebs will show up in the audience!

So, an advance “Happy Birthday to You, Ross!” I take it, hosting DRAGTASTIC is your way of celebrating your birthday on your birthday?

Yes! I’m turning 39 and I can’t think of a better way to celebrate than by giving the gift of drag brunch to Hollywood.

Entertaining IS your life! This isn’t just work for you, right?

I have my dream job and my dream life! I just wanna share it with everyone!

At DRAGTASTIC, will you be more like a host as you were for the 2018 Miss America Pageant? Or like a judge as you are on RuPaul’s Drag Race?

Both, plus a little off-duty casual Ross thrown in.

Graduating from University of La Verne with a communications degree, did you use your distinctive voice to your advantage in your speech and debate competitions?

Honey, you’ve gotta use whatever you’ve got to make your mark!

What would you like to say to all those who made fun of you in your school years, now that you’re famous and fabulous?

Come to our drag brunch! Tickets are available online. Well, cheers and hug it out there!

During the Miss America Pageant or RuPaul’s Drag Race, are you allowed to interact/converse with the contestants when not on camera?

 

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