David Ross (born April 30, 1950) is a Canadian trampolining coach and manufacturer of trampolines and trampoline equipment. Ross is probably the person most responsible for Canadian trampolinists becoming competitive on the international scene.
David Ross (February 12, 1755–1800) was an American planter and lawyer from Frederick County, Maryland. He served as a Major in the Continental Army in 1777. He was a delegate for Maryland to the Continental Congress from 1787 until 1789.
David Wade Ross (born March 19, 1977 in Bainbridge, Georgia), is a catcher for Major League Baseball's Cincinnati Reds. The 6'-2" (1.89 m), 225 pound (102 kg) Ross bats and throws right-handed.
David Ross is a British actor who has worked in drama, cinema, and television. His best-known roles include playing the first appearance of "Kryten" and the voice of the "Talkie Toaster" on the televised science fiction comedy Red Dwarf, "Elgin" on the BBC sitcom The Green Green Grass, and "Mr. Sedley" in a 1998 BBC miniseries adapatation of William Makepeace Thackeray's novel Vanity Fair.
David Ross was an officer in the Continental Navy.
Sifu David A Ross is the director and founder of New York San Da in Manhattan.