MacArthur attended West Point, became a hero. Eisenhower went there, became President. Ross dropped out of West point and became a comedian. Ross bennett is a favorite at the legendary "Friar's Club" in New York. His "slice of life" comedy ranging from Wal-Mart to having a veteran for a dad keeps them laughing on cruise ships throughout the western hemisphere. But he?s funny on land too. That?s why he?s often booked to appear on TV. His show will leave your sides splitting with laughter. The mid-70's were a different era, and West Point was admitting a different kind of cadet when Ross Bennett was sworn in on July 8, 1975. But by 1977 Ross had decided that he wanted to fire jokes instead of mortars. So he dropped out of West Point, and landed right square in the middle of the comedy explosion that was taking America by storm. Some audiences know Ross from his days as "Eddie Strange". He's the same stand up comic he was then. He's just not hiding any longer. For 30 years Ross has led a comedy attack. Armed with an expressive delivery and real life topics. Growing up with a father who was a Marine Colonel (a nice mellow guy!), grade school snow days, disastrous golf games, and catastrophic water skiing outings, middle age medical procedures. Ross Bennett is a high-powered performer who takes his act to the audience and comes back with a victory every-time!