Tim Ross | The Fun Of Failure
Can the impact of failure, as a ‘public blood sport’ in Tim’s case, lead to a positive transformation? According to Tim, it can. It gives you time to reflect on what you really want and makes you realise that even small things can have a great impact.
Funnyman Tim is a son, brother, husband, father, and self-confessed architecture nerd, who frequently moonlights as a radio host, television presenter, writer, producer, and actor.
Tim is one of Australia’s best-known comedians. He built up an enormous fan base as the Rosso half of Merrick and Rosso through their ratings-topping radio show on Triple J and also their sell-out live shows.
Along the way, he’s picked up numerous ACRA radio awards, an Astra, GQ Man of the year award and an ARIA. In 2010 he released his first book, Mum had a Kingswood. He is currently a contributor to Men’s Style Australia, Rolling Stone and writes a monthly column Rosso’s Sydney for The (Sydney) Magazine in the Sydney Morning Herald.