Rose Rollins (born April 30, 1981) is an American actress. She is known for her role as Tasha Williams in the Showtime drama series, The L Word (2007-2009). In 2016, Rollins began starring as Valerie Anderson in the ABC crime drama series, The Catch.
Rollins at fan convention for The L Word in 2009.
Rollins was born in Berkeley, California. She moved to New York when she worked as model, appearing on numerous commercials and major advertising campaigns. She later moved to Los Angeles, when made her acting debut appearing as C. J. Cregg's assistant in two episodes of NBC drama series, The West Wing in 1999.
In early 2000s, Rollins has had supporting roles in films 13 Moons (2002) opposite Jennifer Beals, Undisputed (2002) starring Wesley Snipes, and Something New (2006) starring Sanaa Lathan. She also appeared in Mission: Impossible III in 2006. On television, she had the recurring role in the short-lived ABC legal drama In Justice in 2006.
In 2007, Rollins joined the cast of Showtime drama series The L Word during the fourth season as Tasha Williams. She starred on show to its finale in 2009. She also played Monique on the web series Girltrash! in 2007, which was directed by Angela Robinson. She later has appeared on CSI: NY and Miami Medical, before regular role opposite Kelli Giddish in the short-lived NBC police drama series, Chase produced by Jerry Bruckheimer during 2010-11 season. In 2014, Rollins played the leading role alongside Julia Stiles in the TNT legal drama pilot Guilt by Association.
In 2015, Rollins had the recurring role of Detective Kizmin Rider in the Amazon crime drama series, Bosch. Later that year, she was cast in the series regular role as Valerie Anderson in the ABC drama series The Catch produced by Shonda Rhimes.
|2002||13 Moons||Sanandra||big supporting role|
|2006||Something New||Lauren||very small role|
|2006||Mission: Impossible III||Ellie|
|2006||I Thought of You||Betty Davis||Short film|
|2013||In 3 Days||Ella||Short film|
|2014||Girltrash: All Night Long||Monique Shaniqua Jones||bigger supporting role|
|2015||Pixels||White House Press Secretary|
|1999||The West Wing||Suzanne||Episodes: "Post Hoc, Ergo Propter Hoc" and "A Proportional Response"|
|2004||Nikki and Nora||Pilot|
|2005||Dr. Vegas||Amanda||Episode: "Babe in the Woods"|
|2006||In Justice||Victoria||Recurring role, 4 episodes|
|2007-2009||The L Word||Tasha Williams||Series regular, 28 episodes|
|2009||CSI: NY||Beth Garrett||Episode: "Dead Reckoning"|
|2010||Miami Medical||Meg Baxter||Episode: "Down to the Bone"|
|2010-2011||Chase||Daisy Ogbaa||Series regular, 16 episodes|
|2012||Southland||Officer Anawalt||Episode: "Underwater"|
|2012||NCIS||Navy Lt. Comm. Megan Huffner||Episode: "You Better Watch Out"|
|2013||Nikita||Ellen Crawford||Episode: "Set-Up"|
|2014||Guilt by Association||Toni LaCollette||Pilot|
|2015||Bosch||Detective Kizmin Rider||Recurring role, 8 episodes|
|2016-2017||The Catch||Valerie Anderson||Series regular, 20 episodes|
|2007–2009||Girltrash!||Monique Shaniqua Jones||6 episodes|
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