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Ross Stracke

Ross Stacke (Invincible)
Let’s Talk with Scoggs 114: Ross Stracke

 

I invited Ross Stracke to join me on this week’s episode to share his journey in Hollywood! Like me, Ross moved from the comfort of where he grew up to Los Angeles to fulfill his career ambitions. Ross shares how he got his foot in the door and what he learned along the way. Today, Ross works on a project he loves the Amazon Prime Original animated series Invincible. Ross also shares how he measures success at this point and gives some sound advice for those who join the workforce. I hope you enjoy this conversation and share it with a friend! 

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