Nectar Rose

Nectar Amber Rose is an American actress best known for playing the Gynoid Lenore in the science-fiction film Serenity, a role that required her to maintain a single position for two days of filming.[1]

Nectar Rose
Nectar Rose @ the Serenity Premiere.jpg
Nectar Rose at the premiere of Serenity in September 2005.
Born
Nectar Amber Rose

1974 (age 45–46)[citation needed]
OccupationActress
Years active1996 - present

Her first appearance in a feature film was as a stripper in the blockbuster Independence Day.[2] She earned positive reviews for her performance as Eve in the thriller Roman.[3]

FilmographyEdit

Year Title Role Notes
1996 Independence Day Stripper (uncredited)
1997 L.A. Confidential Marilyn Monroe (uncredited)
2000 Bring It On Nervous Cheerleader
2001 Stealing Roy Butter Short film
2001 Spyder Games Daphne Wallace TV series
2001 Legally Blonde Freshman Girl
2001 Off Centre Danielle Episode: "Trust Me or Don't Trust Me"
2001 Not Another Teen Movie Sara Fratelli
2004 50 First Dates Blonde in Office
2004 Dead Scared Delia Rodgers
2004 Able Edwards Flirty Girl
2004 That '70s Show Kimberly Episode: "I Can't Get No Satisfaction"
2004 Pan Dulce Aubrey
2005 A Lot Like Love Stewardess
2005 Tweek City Cyndi
2005 Extreme Dating Jamie
2005 Bad News Bears Paradise
2005 Serenity Lenore
2006 The Iron Man Karina
2006 Sabbia Wanderer Video
2006 Roman Eva / Dream Girl
2006 Two and a Half Men Dottie Episode: "The Sea is a Harsh Mistress"
2007 Kush Jackie
2007 The List Diana
2008 Shattered! Shelly
2008 $5 a Day Sherry
2009 Narcissus Dreams Hollywood Starlett Short film
2009 White Widow Short film
2009 Off the Ledge Carrie
2011 Silver Case Lady
2015 Legs Flashback Beauty

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ On the audio commentary for the Serenity DVD, director Joss Whedon states: ". . . the biggest props probably have to go to Nectar Rose behind [David Krumholz], who managed to hold that pose for two days of shooting."
  2. ^ https://m.imdb.com/name/nm0741592/filmotype/actress?ref_=m_nmfm_1
  3. ^ "Roman". moviegids.be.

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