Marcus Ross


"I was raised by beekeepers in small town Oklahoma. When I was six years old, my parents bought a video camera. That's when it all began. My brother and I grew up making movies with our friends, heavily inspired by the Marx Brothers, The Muppets, and Steve Martin. I earned a Bachelors Degree in Corporate Media, attended film school in L.A., and backpacked across Australia and New Zealand for a year. While producing commercials, I wrote, directed and self-funded my first television comedy: Lazy Circles. I own Clover Bloom Productions and just finished producing a feature film."

Lucas Ross


Lucas is an actor/director/comedian from Minco, Oklahoma. He’s a 4-time Heartland Emmy winner for work at Oklahoma’s NBC station KFOR and KAUT and has appeared in feature films like RUDDERLESS, THE JURASSIC GAMES, SKID, WOLF HEAD, ARMY OF FRANKENSTEINS as well as national television: SYFY CHANNEL, NBC, CNN, and hundreds of regional commercials from Oklahoma City, to Portland, and Las Vegas. Lucas can be seen weekday mornings on KFOR/KAUT’s “Rise and Shine.” He’s worked on stage with Star Trek Voyager’s Robert Picardo in A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM as well as opening for artists like “Weird Al” Yankovic.  When he’s not making TV, he’s playing the banjo as a Deering Artist. Lucas released the bluegrass comedy album “Son of a Beekeeper” followed up by the kids/family album " Banjo Farm !"

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Lucas and Marcus Ross have been brothers all of Marcus' life. Lazy Circles is  inspired by true stories from growing up in a small, farm town and experiences working for a local television station.