On Saturday, May 1, Lucas Ross ('03) will be performing with the Sugar Free Allstars at the McKnight Center for Performing Arts at Oklahoma State University! For more information about the performance and how to purchase tickets, please click here.
Lucas is an actor/comedian from Minco, Oklahoma. He’s a 5-time local Emmy-Winner, as well as winner of a national Emmy for on-air performance. He currently appears as comic relief on Oklahoma City's NBC affiliate KFOR-TV. Lucas has appeared in feature films, as well as nationally on SyFy Network, Reelz, and Nat Geo. He won "Best Comedy Actor" at the National Independent Television Festival for multi-character performances in "Lazy Circles," an Oklahoma-based comedy co-produced with his brother, Marcus (an '09 alum). Lucas recently appeared alongside Kermit The Frog in American Banjo Museum's 'Banjo Roots!
Lucas has worked on stage with Star Trek Voyager's Robert Picardo in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum as well as opened for "Weird Al" Yankovic, Béla Fleck, and others in concert. He is a Deering Artist and has released 3 bluegrass-comedy albums: "Son of a Beekeeper," inspired by being raised by a family of honey producers; as well as "Banjo Farm" and "Banjos in Space." When he's not making TV, Lucas can be found at the American Banjo Museum in Bricktown, OKC, as their Community Outreach and Promotions Coordinator, where he develops educational programs and teaches their award-winning “Pick-a-Tune” class!
Lucas is an incredibly talented alum, and we are so proud of all of the cool things he is doing! Congratulations, Lucas!