Ross Kemp is one of Britain’s leading producers of factual television. He is best known for his time spent with British troops in Afghanistan, making three series about the human story of the war against the Taliban.
Ross has fronted four series about gangs around the world. The series broke boundaries and was critically acclaimed, winning him and the production team a BAFTA.
Since then Ross has produced a two-part documentary series on the ecological issues faced in the Amazon basin, a three-part series on modern piracy in our seas today, and several one off films including a BAFTA nominated account of Kenya’s elections and a film about PTSD.
More recently Ross has executive produced and presented five series of Extreme World, comprising thirty films bringing global issues to a wider television audience as well as Ross Kemp’s Britain, a three-part series documenting issues at home and ‘The fight against ISIS’ a highly-acclaimed account of the Kurds of Syria and Iraq struggling to combat ISIS and establish a homeland of their own.