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Shaun Ross (born May 10, 1991) is an American model, actor and dancer best known for being the first male albino pro model. He has been featured in photo-editorial campaigns in fashion publications including British GQ, Italian Vogue, i-D Magazine, Paper Magazine and Another Man. He has modeled for Alexander McQueen and Givenchy.
At 16 he was represented by Djamee Models in New York City. He was also signed by AMCK Models London.
In 2009, Ross appeared on the Tyra Banks Show. He shared the show with fellow albinistic African American model Diandra Forrest; together, they shared their life stories about how different life was for them. Later that year, Ross played a role in a short film by Yoann Lemoine which won a first-place prize in a contest sponsored by Italian Vogue. Ross also worked with other directors, such as Julien Seri, Jason Last, Jessica Yatrofsky and Ella Manor in both film and television.
Ross has appeared in music videos, including Katy Perry’s “E.T.”, Beyoncé’s “Party” and “Pretty Hurts”, Gold Fields’ “Dark Again”, Issues’ “Coma”, as well as Lana Del Rey’s short film Tropico and Leona Lewis’ “Fire Under My Feet”.
Ross recently became the face of Ford Motor Company, with the slogan “Be Unique”.
Ross appeared in the 2015 TV series The Man in the High Castle as the recurring character of the albino shoe shine boy.
He is the current face of Lynx men’s grooming products featuring on television.