Added on 05-Dec-2006
ROSS McCALL was the Young Freddie in the Miracle video....
SCOTS actor Ross McCall has spoken for the first time of the twin loves in his life - football and Hollywood star Jennifer Love Hewitt.
Ross, 30, and Jennifer are now planning a production of their own - their first film together.
The couple have been dating for a year since he was a guest star on the Texan beauty's hit show Ghost Whisperer, of which she is a producer.
And Ross said: "It is very rare that you meet some one with the exact same views in life and work but I did just that with my girl.
"We can't wait to work together. We have a few things in the pipeline that will put us together on the screen again soon.
"It's early yet but it's going to be a great movie."
Ross shares a home in Hollywood with I Know What You Did Last Summer star Jennifer, 27.
And he said: "I love living in the US. I still love the UK but it no longer feels like home. My life is here now."
However, there is one thing from home he can't do without.
Ross said: "I have been a lifelong Celtic supporter. I watch every game I can and me and my dad talk once a week about how the game went. C'mon the Hoops!"
Ross was born in Scotland but moved to England with his family at the age of 10 when he became interested in acting.
He trained for a year at Redroofs Theatre School in Maidenhead, Berkshire, where one of his fellow students was Kate Winslet.
He started his acting career by playing the young Freddie Mercury in Queen video The Miracle.
His big break came in 2001 when he appeared in hit war series Band Of Brothers alongside Friends star David Schwimmer and fellow Brit Damian Lewis.
He was also recently in football hooligan movie Green Street, with Lord Of The Rings star ElijahWood.
And he has just finished filming Trade Routes, a thriller which will be shown at the Sundance Festival.