Ross Kemp is our founding Patron and supporter. He is an actor, author, television presenter, documentary maker, and social commentator. He has produced over one hundred and fifty documentaries covering social disorder, war and injustice. He wanted to be an actor from a young age and went on to study drama at the Webber Douglas Academy. leaving the academy in 1985, appearing on stage, in films, on television and in various adverts as part of a very successful acting career.
Ross has specifically produced a significant documentary on people living with Dementia and how their families are learning more about the condition. He has a keen interest in the subject area with direct experience of a family member living with Dementia. He also has a knowledge of the work of the police and missing persons through his documentaries and also his father was a serving officer with the Metropolitan Police force. It is for these reasons he has joined as our Patron as he is keen to help people living with dementia continue to live a safe and independent life with support for them and their families if they want to access it.