In just the past six months or so, David Ross has helped his team win a long-awaited World Series, become a folk hero, visited "Saturday Night Live," developed his own cereal and, most importantly, danced his way into America's hearts.
But, even for globetrotting entrepreneurs, there are always new avenues to explore and new boxes to be checked. So, last night, Ross decided to add "professional actor" to his resume during the season finale of "Chicago Fire":
It was only for a brief moment, but Ross brought gravitas and pathos to the role of Wrigley Field custodian. We eagerly await his acceptance speech at this year's Emmys.