Jamie Rose (born November 26, 1959) is an American actress and acting instructor. Born in New York City, Rose was raised in Southern California, where she began her career as a child actor, first appearing in commercials. She made her feature film debut in the cult horror film Just Before Dawn (1981), and subsequently had supporting roles in Clint Eastwood's Tightrope and Heartbreakers (both 1984).
Rose in 1977 yearbook photograph
|Alma mater||California State University, Northridge|
(m. 1986; div. 1988)
Rose has numerous television credits, including the role of Vickie Gioberti on the primetime soap opera Falcon Crest (1981–1983), as well as the lead on the crime series Lady Blue (1985–1986). Later film credits include Atlas Shrugged: Part II (2012), as well as guest-starring roles on the series Jane the Virgin (2015) and Grey's Anatomy (2016).
Since 2007, Rose has operated her own acting studio workshop, JRose Studio, in Los Angeles. She has also written a book, Shut Up and Dance! The Joy of Letting Go of the Lead--On the Dance Floor and Off, published in 2011.
1959–1980: Early lifeEdit
Rose was born November 26, 1959 in New York City to Stewart, a singer and dancer, and Reta Rose, a former Radio City Rockette. Shortly after her birth, Rose's family relocated from New York City to California, where she was raised in the Van Nuys section of Los Angeles. She began acting at age six, first appearing in commercials for Kool-Aid, and later, Mountain Dew as an adolescent. When Rose was fourteen, the family relocated to Fresno, where her father accepted a job as a building contractor. Rose graduated from Bullard High School in Fresno, and subsequently attended Fresno State University before transferring to the University of California, Santa Cruz. After a year, Rose decided to return to Los Angeles, and transferred to California State University, Northridge, where she majored in theater; she eventually dropped out, however, to begin acting professionally.
1981–present: Acting careerEdit
Rose portrayed Vickie Gioberti on the primetime soap opera Falcon Crest (1981–1983), as well as the lead on the crime series Lady Blue (1985–1986). She would go on to hav guest-starring roles on various series in the 1980s, including Hotel, Columbo, and Murder, She Wrote. She also had a supporting part in the 1996 television film Lying Eyes, as well as guest appearances on Chicago Hope (1994–1995), Renegade (1994–1996), Ally McBeal (1997), and Walker, Texas Ranger (also 1997).
In 2012, Rose guest-starred on the series Criminal Minds and had a supporting role in the film Atlas Shrugged: Part II. She subsequently had guest-starring roles on Jane the Virgin (2015) and Grey's Anatomy (2016).
Jamie Rose's memoir/self-help book about her experiences learning the tango and how it affected her relationship, Shut Up and Dance! The Joy of Letting Go of the Lead--On the Dance Floor and Off, was released September 15, 2011.
Rose married filmmaker James Orr in 1986, though they later divorced. In 2006, Rose married actor Kip Gilman, whom she met on a blind date in 1997. Since September 2007, she has been teaching acting through her JRose Studio in Los Angeles, California.
|1981||Just Before Dawn||Megan|||
|1981||Twirl||Lisa Hines||Television film|
|1982||In Love with an Older Woman||Debbie||Television film|||
|1984||Flight 90: Disaster on the Potomac||Marilyn Nichols||Television film|||
|1984||Never Again||Abby Cartwright||Television film|||
|1985||Rebel Love||Columbine Cromwell|||
|1990||Voices Within: The Lives of Truddi Chase||Truddi's mother||Television film|
|1991||Copper Chicks in Zombietown||Dede|||
|1991||To Die Standing||Constance Bigelow||Alternate title: Crackdown|||
|1991||Brotherhood of the Gun||Kate||Television film|
|1996||The Chain||Ellen Morrisey|||
|1996||Terminal||Sheila Adamson||Television film|||
|1996||My Son Is Innocent||Joann Brodsky||Television film|
|1996||Lying Eyes||Elizabeth Bradshaw||Television film|||
|1999||The Test of Love||Judith Evans||Television filn|
|2001||Holiday in the Sun||Judy|||
|2006||Murder 101||Muriel Coe||Television film|
|2007||Murder 101: College Can Be Murder||Muriel Coe|||
|2007||Primal Doubt||Dr. Marianne Thorne||Television film|
|2012||Atlas Shrugged: Part II||Sara Connelly|
|2012||Route 30, Too!||Dot|
|2014||Route 30 Three!||G-Woman|
|2016||The Father and the Bear||Joyce Redman|
|1967||Family Affair||Girl||Episode: "Fat, Fat, the Water Rat"|
|1968||Green Acres||Girl #4||Episode: "My Mother, the Countess"|
|1983||Fantasy Island||Virginia Smith||Episode: "The Other Man - Mr. Roarke/Forbidden Love"|
|1981–1983||Falcon Crest||Vickie Gioberti Hogan||44 episodes|||
|1984||Jessie||Kit Parnell||Episode: "Flesh Wounds"|
|1984||Matt Houston||Rhonda||Episode: "Caged"|
|1984||Paper Dolls||Connor Crossland||Episode 1|
|1985||Simon & Simon||Stephanie||2 episodes|
|1985||Amazing Stories||Mrs. Northrup||Episode: "Vanessa in the Garden"|
|1986||St. Elsewhere||Dr. Birch||4 episodes|
|1985–1986||Lady Blue||Katy Mahoney||14 episodes|||
|1985–1988||Hotel||Kate Marris / Brooke Hastings||2 episodes|
|1988||Valerie||Peggy Hayes||Episode: "Dad's First Date"|
|1988–1993||Murder, She Wrote||Laura Martin / Lisa McCauley / Anne Lowery||3 episodes|||
|1989||Hard Time on Planet Earth||Laura Rowlands||Episode: "Something to Bank On"|
|1990||Hardball||Episode: "The Angel of Death"|
|1989–1990||My Two Dads||Sarah||4 episodes|
|1990||Broken Badges||Sarah Bakum||Episode: "Strawberry"|
|1991||Columbo||Nancy Brower||Episode: "Death Hits the Jackpot"|||
|1992||Civil Wars||Adriana Chase||Episode: "Drone of Arc"|
|1993||The Second Half||Toni||Episode: "Same Bet Next Year"|
|1993–1998||Silk Stalkings||Jacqueline 'Jackie' Webster / Patricia Van Barrow / Jasmine / Catherine Hayworth||3 episodes|||
|1994–1995||Chicago Hope||Stacey Halmora||3 episodes|
|1994–1996||Renegade||Jill Tanner / Jody Whitley / Tanya Mason||2 episodes|
|1994–1997||Viper||Marian Franklin / Gloria||2 episodes|||
|1995||The Watcher||Lauren||Episode: "Heartburned"|||
|1995–1998||Weird Science||Agent Molly||2 episodes|
|1996||Nowhereland||Claire Hilliard||Episode: "Doppelgänger"|
|1996–1997||The Sentinel||Sheila Irwin||2 episodes|||
|1997||JAG||Liz Holst||Episode: "Rendezvous"|
|1997||Ally McBeal||Sandra Winchell||Episode: "The Promise"|||
|1997||Walker, Texas Ranger||Sarah Rose||2 episodes|||
|1999||Crusade||Cynthia Allen||Episode: "The Rules of the Game"|
|2000||NYPD Blue||Nicki Cameron||Episode: "The Irvin Files"|
|2002||The Court||Mrs. Rockland||Episode: "A Wing and a Prayer"|
|2003||Dragnet||Andrea Furnell||Episode: "Redemption"|
|2005||ER||Marilyn Bracken||Episode: "You Are Here"|||
|2007||Cold Case||Melissa Canter '07||Episode: "Thick as Thieves"|||
|2008||Two and a Half Men||Sloane Jagov||Episode: "Fish in a Drawer"|||
|2008||House||Patty Michener||Episode: "Dying Changes Everything"|||
|2008–2009||In2ition||Mrs. Fox||9 episodes|
|2012||Criminal Minds||Linda Nelson||Episode: "God Complex"|||
|2013||Franklin & Bash||Judge Helen Daniels||Episode: "Good Lovin'"|
|2015||Jane the Virgin||Therapist||Episode: "Chapter Twelve"|
|2016||Grey's Anatomy||Lena||Episode: "Odd Man Out"|||
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