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Rosanna Arquette Biography

    Rosanna Arquette has acted extensively in film and television, and has come to be acknowledged as an actress of rare depth and scope. Growing up in a family of actors, she began at a young age. Her first big break came as a teenager with a role in the Movie of the Week "The Dark Secret of Harvest Home" (1978), which starred Bette Davis. Several television roles followed, including an "ABC Afterschool Specials" (1972) and a part on the series "James at 15" (1977) before her talents led to her film debut in Gorp (1980). Since then she has acted in a steady stream of films, including John Sayles Baby Its You (1983), Fathers & Sons (1992) with Jeff Goldblum, Silverado (1985) (which also featured Goldblum), The Linguini Incident (1991), Martin Scorsese s segment of New York Stories (1989) with Nick Nolte, and many others. She feels particularly proud of her offbeat roles in such independent films as After Hours (1985), Nobodys Fool (1986), and Desperately Seeking Susan (1985), for which she won the British Academy Award. Ms. Arquette was nominated for an Emmy for her work in the controversial The Executioners Song (1982) . She continues her work on television as well as the big screen.


Rosanna Arquette Filmography

  • (2013) No Love Song as Paula
  • (2013) The Frame as Gabrielle (archive footage)
  • (2012) $ellebrity as Herself
  • (2012) Girls as Petula
  • (2012) Hardflip as Bethany Jones
  • (2012) Rochelle as Rochelle Kane
  • (2011) Convincing Clooney as JC
  • (2011) Exodus Fall as Marilyn Minor
  • (2011) Peace, Love, & Misunderstanding as Darcy
  • (2011) The Divide as Marilyn
  • (2011) The Signs of Living as
  • (2010) Inhale as Dr. Rubin
  • (2010) Scribble as Collette (rumored)
  • (2010) The Westsiders as Narrator (voice)
  • (2009) American Pie Presents: The Book of Love as Rob's Mom
  • (2009) Breast Cancer: The Path of Wellness & Healing as Herself
  • (2009) Eastwick as Greta Noa
  • (2009) Northern Lights as Charlene Galligan
  • (2009) Repo Chick as Lola
  • (2009) Royal Pains as Louise 'Lou' Hunter
  • (2009) Way of the Warrior as (rumored)
  • (2008) Ball Don't Lie as Francine
  • (2008) Growing Op as Diana
  • (2008) Lipstick Jungle as Tina Atwood
  • (2008) Nick Nolte: No Exit as Herself
  • (2008) Speechless as Herself
  • (2007) Alexis Arquette: She's My Brother as Herself
  • (2007) Calling All Friends: The Story of 'What About Brian' as Herself - Actress
  • (2007) Certifiably Jonathan as Herself
  • (2007) Dirt as Mia
  • (2007) Head Case as Herself
  • (2007) Indie Sex: Censored as Herself
  • (2007) Indie Sex: Extremes as Herself
  • (2007) Indie Sex: Teens as Herself
  • (2007) Private Practice as Corinne
  • (2007) Terra as Professor Lina (voice)
  • (2006) 2006 Independent Spirit Awards as Herself
  • (2006) Ban the Sadist Videos! Part 2 as Herself (archive footage)
  • (2006) Boffo! Tinseltown's Bombs and Blockbusters as Jody (archive footage) (uncredited)
  • (2006) I-See-You.Com as Lydia Ann Layton
  • (2006) The Megan Mullally Show as Herself
  • (2006) What About Brian as Nicole 'Nic'
  • (2006) What About Brian as Nicole 'Nic' O'Hara
  • (2006) What About Brian as Nicole 'Nic' Varzi
  • (2006) What About Brian as Nicole Varzi
  • (2005) Cinema mil as Herself (archive footage)
  • (2005) Grey's Anatomy as Constance Ferguson
  • (2005) Iowa as Effie Harte
  • (2005) Kids in America as Abby Pratt
  • (2005) Medium as Michelle Todd
  • (2005) My Suicidal Sweetheart as Vera
  • (2005) Saturday Night Live: The Best of Jon Lovitz as Vonda Braithwaite (archive footage) (uncredited)
  • (2005) The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson as Herself
  • (2005) Welcome to California as Prostitute
  • (2004) Dead Cool as Deirdre
  • (2004) Gilded Stones as Sally
  • (2004) Summerland as Ronnie
  • (2004) Tangled Up in Blue as Herself
  • (2004) The L Word as Cherie Jaffe
  • (2004) Weird Sex and Snowshoes: A Trek Through the Canadian Cinematic Psyche as Gabrielle (archive footage)
  • (2003) Celebrities Uncensored as Herself (archive footage)
  • (2003) Jimmy Kimmel Live! as Herself
  • (2003) Lifetime's Achievement Awards: Women Changing the World as Herself
  • (2003) Olive Thomas: The Most Beautiful Girl in the World as Narrator
  • (2003) Rush of Fear as Alex McGuire
  • (2003) The Law and Mr. Lee as Linda Ellis
  • (2003) The Sharon Osbourne Show as Herself
  • (2002) Brilliant But Cancelled as (archive footage)
  • (2002) Last Call with Carson Daly as Herself
  • (2002) Pulp Fiction: The Facts as Herself (archive footage)
  • (2002) Searching for Debra Winger as Herself
  • (2002) The 3rd Annual Women Rock! Girls and Guitars as Herself
  • (2002) V Graham Norton as Herself
  • (2001) Being Light as (uncredited)
  • (2001) Big Bad Love as Velma
  • (2001) Diary of a Sex Addict as Grace Horn
  • (2001) Dinner for Five as Herself
  • (2001) Going to California as Helen
  • (2001) Good Advice as Cathy Sherman
  • (2001) Joe Dirt as Charlene the Gator Farmer (uncredited)
  • (2001) Law & Order: Criminal Intent as Kay Connelly
  • (2001) The 2001 IFP/West Independent Spirit Awards as Herself - Presenter (uncredited)
  • (2001) Things Behind the Sun as Pete
  • (2001) Visible Panty Lines as Herself
  • (2000) Malcolm in the Middle as Anita
  • (2000) Poison as Dana
  • (2000) The Huntress as Arlene Potts
  • (2000) The Pretenders: Greatest Hits as Herself (segment "No Turn Left Unstoned")
  • (2000) The Whole Nine Yards as Sophie Oseransky
  • (2000) Too Much Flesh as Amy
  • (1999) Interview with a Dead Man as
  • (1999) Palmer's Pick Up as Dawn
  • (1999) Pigeonholed as Devon's Mother
  • (1999) Sugar Town as Eva
  • (1999) Switched at Birth as Linda Wells
  • (1999) The '60s as Hippie Mother (uncredited)
  • (1998) Buffalo '66 as Wendy Balsam
  • (1998) Fait Accompli as Jezzebelle
  • (1998) Floating Away as Maurey Talbot
  • (1998) Hell's Kitchen as Liz McNeary
  • (1998) Homeslice as
  • (1998) Hope Floats as Connie Phillips (uncredited)
  • (1998) I Know What You Did as Stacey Keane
  • (1998) I'm Losing You as Rachel Krohn
  • (1998) Tout le monde en parle as Herself
  • (1998) Will & Grace as Julie
  • (1997) Deceiver as Mrs. Kennesaw
  • (1997) Do Me a Favor as Alex Langley
  • (1997) Gone Fishin' as Rita
  • (1997) Gun as Lilly Difideli
  • (1997) Michael Jackson: HIStory on Film - Volume II as Herself (segment "Liberian Girl")
  • (1997) The Practice as Brenda Miller
  • (1997) White Lies as Junkie Artist
  • (1997) You're Still Not Fooling Anybody as Herself (archive footage) (uncredited)
  • (1996) Crash as Gabrielle
  • (1996) The Daily Show as Herself
  • (1996) Vive le cinéma! as Herself
  • (1995) Search and Destroy as Lauren Mirkheim
  • (1995) The 52nd Annual Golden Globe Awards as Herself - Presenter: Best Director
  • (1994) La cité de la peur as Herself
  • (1994) Nowhere to Hide as Sarah Blake
  • (1994) Pulp Fiction as Jody
  • (1993) Homicide: Life on the Street as Caroline Widmer
  • (1993) Intimate Portrait as Herself
  • (1993) John & Leeza from Hollywood as Herself
  • (1993) Nowhere to Run as Clydie Anderson
  • (1993) The 50th Annual Golden Globe Awards as Herself - Presenter
  • (1993) The Wrong Man as Missy Mills
  • (1992) Fathers & Sons as Miss Athena
  • (1992) In the Deep Woods as Joanna Warren
  • (1992) The Tonight Show with Jay Leno as Herself
  • (1991) Flight of the Intruder as Callie Joy
  • (1991) Son of the Morning Star as Libby Custer
  • (1991) The Linguini Incident as Lucy
  • (1990) Primer plano as Herself
  • (1990) Separation as Sarah Weiss
  • (1990) Sweet Revenge as Kate Williams
  • (1990) Wendy Cracked a Walnut as Wendy
  • (1989) Black Rainbow as Martha Travis
  • (1989) L'aventure du Grand Bleu as Herself
  • (1989) Michael Jackson: Liberian Girl as
  • (1989) New York Stories as Paulette (segment "Life Lessons")
  • (1988) Le grand bleu as Johana Baker
  • (1988) Lunettes noires pour nuits blanches as Herself
  • (1988) Promised a Miracle as Alice Elizabeth 'Lucky' Parker
  • (1987) Amazon Women on the Moon as Karen (segment "Two I.D.'s")
  • (1987) Trying Times as Kara Dimley
  • (1986) 8 Million Ways to Die as Sarah
  • (1986) Nobody's Fool as Cassie
  • (1986) The 43rd Annual Golden Globe Awards as Herself - Nominee: Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy/Musical
  • (1986) The Oprah Winfrey Show as Herself
  • (1985) After Hours as Marcy Franklin
  • (1985) Desperately Seeking Susan as Roberta Glass/'Susan'
  • (1985) Silverado as Hannah
  • (1985) Survival Guide as
  • (1985) The Aviator as Tillie Hansen
  • (1984) The Parade as Tilda Kirby
  • (1983) Baby It's You as Jill Rosen
  • (1983) Off the Wall as Pam Smith
  • (1983) One Cooks, the Other Doesn't as Tracy Boone
  • (1983) The 35th Annual Emmy Awards as Herself - Nominee: Best Lead Actress in a Limited Series or a Special
  • (1982) Johnny Belinda as Belinda McAdam
  • (1982) The Executioner's Song as Nicole Baker
  • (1982) The Wall as Halinka Apt
  • (1981) A Long Way Home as Rose Cavanaugh
  • (1981) Entertainment Tonight as Herself
  • (1981) S.O.B. as Babs
  • (1980) Gorp as Judy
  • (1980) Here's Boomer as Ginny
  • (1979) More American Graffiti as Girl in Commune
  • (1979) Shirley as Debra Miller
  • (1979) The National Leukemia Broadcast Council Honors Shirley Jones as Herself
  • (1979) The Ordeal of Patty Hearst as Becky
  • (1978) The Dark Secret of Harvest Home as Kate Constantine
  • (1978) The Runaways as Sally
  • (1978) Zuma Beach as Beverly
  • (1977) Eight Is Enough as Lori West
  • (1977) Having Babies II as Connie
  • (1977) James at 15 as Karen Waller
  • (1977) What Really Happened to the Class of '65? as Nancy
  • (1975) Good Morning America as Herself
  • (1975) Saturday Night Live as Herself - Host/Various
  • (1972) ABC Afterschool Specials as Charlie Meredith
  • (1965) The Hollywood Squares as Guest Appearance
  • (1960) Insight as Jo


Rosanna Arquette Trivia and Facts

  • Lived in Europe with Peter Gabriel from 1988 to 1992.
  • Daughter of Lewis Arquette and Brenda Denaut. Granddaughter of Cliff Arquette and Julie Harrison. Older sister of Richmond Arquette , Alexis Arquette , David Arquette and Patricia Arquette.
  • Is a vegetarian.
  • Formerly sister-in-law of Nicolas Cage , who was married to her sister, Patricia Arquette.
  • (5 September 2001) Announced engagement to Immortal Entertainment president David Codikow.
  • Her mother died of breast cancer
  • Longtime friend of Kimberly Beck.
  • Former sister-in-law of Thomas Jane and Courteney Cox.
  • Shared an on-screen husband with her real-life sister-in-law, Courteney Cox. Matthew Perry was her husband in The Whole Nine Yards (2000) and also played Courteney Cox s husband, "Chandler" on "Friends" (1994). Courteney Cox Arquette is married to David Arquette , her brother.
  • Was considered for the role of Sarah Connor in The Terminator (1984) ,.
  • Daughter, Zoe Bleu Sidel (Zoe Sidel ) (born October 23, 1994), with ex-husband, John Sidel.
  • Born on Monday at 4:45 PM-EDT.
  • Aunt of Enzo Rossi and Harlow Olivia Calliope Elliott and Coco Arquette.
  • Is of French and Jewish descent.
  • Was immortalized in the song "Rosanna" written and performed by Toto (XXIII) (on their album, Toto IV). "Rosanna" was a Top 10 hit that went on to win Grammys for 1982: Record of the Year, Best Pop Vocal Performance, and Best Instrumental Arrangement With Vocal. Rosanna was the girlfriend of a member of the band, Jeff Porcaro.
  • Has been engaged to Todd Morgan, an investment banker, since June 2011.


Rosanna Arquette Quotes

  • Never eat a Mars Bar offered to you by Marianne Faithfull .
  • Im a wreck. I get hurt very easily. I dont have a tough shell. Im so insecure - its pretty stupid for me to be in this business, isnt it?
  • (2011, on landing Pulp Fiction) Quentin [Tarantino] called me and invited me to go to coffee with him at Swingers, I remember. I think people were talking about me, my agents or somebody, so I had heard about this film. But I had known about Quentin because of his writing. He had a film that... before it became Natural Born Killers, it was called Mickey And Mallory. It was one of the best screenplays Id ever read in my life, and I wanted to do it. And there was talk of it, but I read the screenplay years before it was actually made by Oliver Stone. I wanted to do that movie so bad! So there was a point where people were talking to me about doing it, so thats how I discovered his writing. And my sister [Patricia Arquette] did True Romance. I just remember him wanting to go and have coffee. So we went to Swingers and had a meal at the counter and talked. And I got to play Jody. So that was neat...I love to see the humor in things, so for me, it was really fun and effortless. I do have a dark sense of humor anyway, so that was fun to do that. Hes a master director and writer, but what he was able to do and how hes become that is because he puts together his cast and he rehearses like its a play. We had all of this rehearsal time, so you could work things out and discover and play.
  • (2011, on making The Dark Secret Of Harvest Home with Bette Davis) I remember a day where a camera broke. We were in Ohio, and it was hot. The heat was really hellacious. And she kind of grabbed me, gave me a hug, and sat me on her lap, and said, "This is Hell. And just remember, you cannot have a career and a relationship. It will never work." And it haunted me all my life! And you know what? God, she was right! Well, thats not true. Some people do it. But I just remember her telling me this, and I was, like, "Really? Is that the truth?" And, you know, The Red Shoes was always such an influence on my life, and I opened my documentary, Searching For Debra Winger, with that: a woman who has to choose between her art and her love, but she cant make that choice, so she kills herself. It was very haunting, her saying that to me.
  • (2011, on After Hours) Probably the most fun Ive ever had working, even though we were all so exhausted. Because we did night shooting. The whole thing was done at night. So, basically, youd start work at 4 in the afternoon and go to 5:30 or 6 in the morning, til the sun rose. It was such a fun time. Sleep deprivation can make you a little kooky. So that alone inspired me. And theres another director [Martin Scorsese] who loves to rehearse, but then lets his actors do their thing and gives you complete freedom and trust. Once you have that from a director, then youre just free to do anything. Because you know they have faith in you, then you have faith in them, and its a great creative marriage when that happens.
  • (2011, on Desperately Seeking Susan) Well, it was really one of the first films that was all female. The studio head was Barbara Boyle, it was female producers, female writers, a female director. It was one of the first out of the box like that. That didnt really happen. A female-driven movie about females? It just didnt happen like that. You didnt see films with women running them in every way, shape, or form. I remember that one of the producers, Sarah Pillsbury, had just had a baby, and there was a discrepancy during filming about whether Roberta had amnesia at this point in the film or not. There was this back-and-forth bickering. Because it was shot out of sequence, and wed be confused about whether she still had amnesia. So we were all in a little huddle, and... we were all weeping! Ill never forget that. It was, like, "There you go: This is why they dont have movies done with all women." That just cracked me up. It was only just that one moment, but we were all in such a hormonal state trying to work this thing out. And then we all laughed. It was, like, "Okay, this is silly, lets get back to work." So we figured it out, we went back to work, and it was all good.
  • (2011, on working with Madonna on Desperately Seeking Susan) She had no acting experience. But she certainly had a presence. She was becoming the biggest thing in the world as we were doing the film. So she wasnt that big, but she was this presence on MTV, so I kept seeing the "Lucky Star" video and just being obsessed with how gorgeous she was. She has that star quality. She really does. Its like Angelina Jolie, where she walks in and you just go, "Wow..." She has it. And she always had that presence. Im really looking forward to seeing her movie that she directed. Ive heard its good, and Im really excited for her. We got to know each other during that film, and for a while we were really close. I just found an album of Like A Virgin where she wrote, "Rosanna, I love you!" I thought, "I should really frame that." But weve lost touch over the years. I wish her well, though, and Im happy for her that shes doing so well. And that she has such beautiful children.
  • (2011, on Crash) I loved working with [David] Cronenberg. He does these very kind of twisted, intense films, but hes sort of a soft-spoken, really nice, normal guy. Youd never think the stuff was coming out of him. It was a very strange time. My baby was 1 year old, and I was breast-feeding, yet here I was doing this weird, dark film. But I had a great time working with Holly Hunter and James Spader. Just wonderful actors. It was a good time...I was also doing the movie Gone Fishin at the same time I was doing Crash. So I had to go down and do this movie with Joe Pesci and Danny [Glover], and then fly back up and do Crash, and then back down again.
  • (2011, on What About Brian) Let me just say this: I think it was a really good show. People stopped me all the time to tell me that they loved that television show, and I guess ABC... They have a new regime now, but the regime then just didnt get it. People loved that show. And they kept changing the timeslot, changing this, changing that. I dont know what really happened with it. J.J. Abrams was an executive producer on it, but he wasnt there for the day-to-day. Too bad: If he had been, we mightve been on the air forever. I dont know if it was a political thing, but it didnt make sense. Dana Stevens is a really good writer, but... You know, I felt like there wasnt a lot for me to do, so it was a little frustrating. But it couldve been quite a big show, had they given it a chance.


Rosanna Arquette Photoshoots

  • "Celebrity Skin" (USA), September 2004, Vol. 28, Iss. 132, pg. 30, by: staff, "Top 100 Sexiest Stars: #77 Rosanna Arquette"
  • "Celebrity Sleuth" (USA), 1997, Vol. 10, Iss. 8, pg. 82-83, by: staff, "Treasured Chests: #8 Rosanna Arquette"
  • "Celebrity Sleuth" (USA), 1994, Vol. 7, Iss. 9, pg. 4-7, by: staff, "Play It Again Ma'ams: Rosanna & Patricia Arquette"
  • "Mayfair" (UK), 1994, Vol. 29, Iss. 11, pg. 13, by: staff, "Raunchy Rider Rosanna"
  • "Celebrity Sleuth" (USA), 1993, Vol. 6, Iss. 6, pg. 18-19, by: staff, "In The Genes: Rosanna & Patricia Arquette"
  • "Playboy" (Netherlands), January 1991, Iss. 1, pg. 88-95, "Rosanna Rosanna"
  • "Playboy" (USA), September 1990, Vol. 37, Iss. 9, pg. 126-137, by: Bert Stern, "Golden Opportunity"
  • "Celebrity Sleuth" (USA), 1990, Vol. 3, Iss. 5, pg. 48-51, by: staff, "The 25 Sexiest Women of 1990 - #12"
  • "Celebrity Sleuth" (USA), 1988, Vol. 2, Iss. 2, pg. 42-43, by: staff, "Toto's "Rosanna" Rosanna Arquette"
  • "Playboy" (USA), November 1981, Vol. 28, Iss. 11, pg. 174, by: Arthur Knight, "Sex In Cinema - 1981"


Rosanna Arquette Other Works

  • (2002) Print ads for Gap.
  • Served as muse for ex-boyfriend Peter Gabriel's song "In Your Eyes."
  • (1997) Appeared in 'Michael Jackson (I)' 's "Liberian Girl" music video.
  • She was the inspiration for the self-titled song, "Rosanna" released in
  • 1982 by Toto.
  • Singer: "The Possibilities" from album "A World of Happiness".
  • Actress in theater: (27 May 1977) "The Metamorphoses" by Ovid appearing in the Story Theatre Musical production at the Callboard Theatre on Melrose Place in Los Angeles. And "State of Terror".
  • (1985) Appeared in 'Madonna' 's "Into the Groove" music video (the same scenes of film trailer).
  • (????) US Campaigne for Burma Org. Day 15'.


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