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Born: November 17, 1960 (age 60 years), Saint Pancras, London, United Kingdom

Height: 1.86 m

Spouse: Jane Goldman (m. 1988)

Children: Honey Kinney Ross, Harvey Kirby Ross, Betty Kitten Ross

Siblings: Paul Ross, Simon Ross, Liza Ross, Adam Ross, Miles Ross

Parents: Martha Ross, John Ross

Nick Name: Wossy

Birthday: November 17, 1960

Age: 60 Years, 60 Year Old Males

Sun Sign: Scorpio

Born Country: England

Born In: London

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Height: 6’1″ (185 cm), 6’1″ Males

Spouse/Ex-: Jane Goldman (M. 1988)

Mother: Martha Ross

Siblings: Adam Ross, Liza Ross, Miles Ross, Paul Ross, Simon Ross

Children: Betty Kitten Ross, Harvey Kirby Ross, Honey Kinney Ross

City: London, England

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Jonathan Ross 10 Fast Facts, Biography, Wiki

Ross married author/journalist/broadcaster Jane Goldman in 1988 when Goldman was 18.

They have since had three children: Betty Kitten, Harvey Kirby (named after Jack Kirby, a comic book creator whom Ross especially admires), and Honey Kinny.

In 2005, Ross was made an OBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours for services to broadcasting.

He celebrated the news by playing “God Save the Queen” by the Sex Pistols on his Radio 2 show.

Ross resides in Hampstead, London.

He owns a second home in Swanage in Dorset and owns property in Florida in the United States.

Ross and others have used his rhotacism for comic effect, and he is sometimes known as “Wossy”, including on his Twitter feed (@wossy).

His right index finger is crooked; he revealed on Top Gear that as a child he accidentally sliced off the tip of the finger and had to have it reattached.

Ross is a big pop and rock music fan and maintains a particular interest in British punk rock, which captivated him when he was young.

The first band he saw in concert was punk band X-Ray Spex at Islington’s Hope and Anchor pub in North London.

He paid tribute to lead singer Poly Styrene following her death.

He has described himself as “about as big a fan of David Bowie as you will find on the planet”.

The glam art rock band Roxy Music are one of his all-time favourite acts and were invited to perform on the final episode of Friday Night with Jonathan Ross.

Ross is a fan of science fiction, including Doctor Who.

He contributed his early memories of the series, that included the 1968 serial The Invasion, to a book which raised funds for Alzheimer’s Research UK.

Ross is also a fan of comic books and co-owned a comic shop in London with Paul Gambaccini.

He released Turf, his first comic book, in 2010, with American artist Tommy Lee Edwards.

Ross has attended a fundraiser for the James Randi Educational Foundation called The Amazing Meeting in London in 2009 and 2010.

Ross has described himself as a big fan of James Randi and the other speakers – who were mainly prominent sceptics – and said that he and his wife had come to have a sceptical view of the world.

Ross has been supportive of Simon Singh’s efforts to defend an accusation of libel by the British Chiropractic Association and Ross has posed for the Geek Calendar 2011, a fund raiser for The Libel Reform Campaign.

Ross’ mother, Martha Ross, died on 14 January 2019, at the age of 79.