Ross Out Of Water

Monday, 25 February 2013

The producer of Storm Surfers, Justin McMillan has captured the essence of who Ross Clarke-Jones is in eight one-minute videos.

For those uninitiated in the ways of the Mad Wax star, the clips could be described as emotionally distressing. For those of you well familiar with the eccentric character, consider it a “best of” series that captures RCJ’s unusually curious sense of humour. And like most of his schemes, the series lasts just eight minutes and isn’t short of laughs. 

The guy doesn’t have a train of thought. If his thinking process had to be compared to any form of travel the one that would best describe it would be stunt plane – diving, twisting, climbing, flying, each move having no connection to the last.

RCJ is a genuine living legend and this bit-size series is a genuine laugh.

Check out the other episodes here.


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