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Rosanna Arquette

Actress / Film Director / Film Producer / Television Actress / Film Actress / Voice Actress | * 08/10/1959 (62) | New York City, New York (United States of America (USA))
Rosanna Lisa Arquette (born August 10, 1959) is an American actress, film director, and film producer. She was nominated for an Emmy Award for her performance in the TV film The Executioner's Song (1982), and won the BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for the film Desperately Seeking Susan (1985). Her other film roles include After Hours (also 1985), The Big Blue (1988), Pulp Fiction (1994), and Crash (1996). She also directed the documentary Searching for Debra Winger (2002) and starred in the ABC sitcom What About Brian? from 2006 to 2007. ()
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Rosanna Lisa Arquette is an American actress, director and producer, nominated for an Emmy Award for her performance in the TV film The Executioner's Song, and won the BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for the film Desperately Seeking Susan. Her other film roles include After Hours, The Big Blue, Pulp Fiction, and Crash. She also directed the documentary Searching for Debra Winger, and starred from 2006 to 2007 in the ABC sitcom What About Brian?Arquette has appeared in both television and screen films. She earned an Emmy Award nomination for the TV film The Executioner's Song. However, she was unhappy with the film's nude scene, remarking in an interview that the idea of the general public seeing her naked made her feel uncomfortable and exploited, and that most of the offers she had received since demanded that she similarly expose herself. Her first starring role was in John Sayles's film, Baby It's You, highly regarded by Rotten Tomatoes reviewers, but not widely distributed. She starred in Desperately Seeking Susan alongside pop singer Madonna, for which Arquette won a British Academy Film Awards (BAFTA) for her supporting role. Following the commercial and critical success of Lawrence Kasdan's Silverado, the limited success of the Martin Scorsese film After Hours and the commercial flop 8 Million Ways to Die, also a critical failure, she quit Hollywood to work in Europe, acting in Luc Besson's The Big Blue. Director Martin Scorsese then offered her a part in his segment of New York Stories.Arquette's other movies of note are Pulp Fiction, Crash and Wendy Cracked a Walnut. In 1990, she appeared on the cover and in a nude pictorial in Playboy's September issue, although she said it was without her prior knowledge or consent. In the 1990s, her career began to stall.Arquette alleges (along with almost a hundred other women from the entertainment industry), that powerhouse film producer Harvey Weinstein sexually harassed her, threatened her because of her refusal to enter his hotel room, and subsequently saw to it that she was paid less for Pulp Fiction, then no longer cast in A-list lead roles because of her rejection of his quid pro quo sexual harassment proposition. The Guardian wrote, "She has no evidence that Weinstein warned others against her (though Peter Jackson has admitted to blacklisting Sorvino and Ashley Judd under pressure from Weinstein)." When the industry scuttlebutt about Weinstein's predation broke into the news in October 2017, Arquette was one of the first actresses to speak openly about his misconduct, with Ronan Farrow for The New Yorker and The New York Times's Jodi Kantor. In the documentary Untouchable about Weinstein focusing on those who have accused him of sexual abuse, Arquette, Paz de la Huerta, and Erika Rosenbaum are among those interviewed.Arquette has expanded into directing, including the documentaries Searching for Debra Winger and All We Are Saying; she also produced both projects. Arquette appeared in the short-running What About Brian as Nicole Varsi and in Showtime's The L Word as Cherie Jaffe. She also guest-starred in Malcolm in the Middle as a healer named Anita who takes Malcolm's virginity. In 2009, she joined Fit Parent Magazine, founded by Craig Knight, as Editor at Large. Arquette starred in the 2011 French thriller The Divide, directed by Xavier Gens.

Most frequent genres for this person: Drama | Comedies | Romance / Love

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Awards & Nominations for Rosanna Arquette

BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited or Anthology Series or Movie Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Comedy or Musical 2x BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role Independent Spirit Award for Best Female Lead AACTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role Teen Choice Award for Choice Hissy Fit

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Movies with Rosanna Arquette as Actress(116)

as Rosie2022 Signs of Love
as Self (archive footage)2020 You Cannot Kill David Arquette
as Deb2020 Puppy Love
as herself2019 Hal
as herself2019 Untouchable
as Claudia2019 The Etruscan Smile
as Joan2018 Octavio Is Dead
as Dr. Faye Carter2018 For the Love of George
as herself2018 Half the Picture
as Sydney's Mom2018 Billionaire Boys Club
as Faye Cooper2017 SPF-18
as Eleanor2017 Lovesong
as Judith2017 Born Guilty
as Halinka Apt2017 Twenty Years
as Leonora2017 Maya Dardel
as Patricia2016 Frank & Lola
as Beth2016 Falsely Accused
as Gus's Mother2015 Asthma
as Actress2015 My Last Film
as Barbara2015 Kill Your Friends
as Angie2014 Draft Day
as herself2013 $ellebrity
as Marilyn2012 The Divide
as Bethany Jones2012 Hardflip
as Narrator2010 The Westsiders
as Dr. Rubin2010 Inhale
as Lola2009 Repo Chick
as Charlene Galligan2009 Northern Lights
as herself2008 Nick Nolte: No Exit
as Francine2008 Ball Don't Lie
as Diana2008 Growing Op
as Professor Lina (voice)2007 Battle for Terra
as Lydia Ann Layton2006
as Effie Harte2005 Iowa
as Deirdre2005 Dead Cool
as Abby Pratt2005 Kids in America
as Alex McGuire2003 Rush of Fear
as Self (archive footage)2002 Pulp Fiction: The Facts
as Grace Horn2001 Diary of a Sex Addict
as Velma2001 Big Bad Love
as Charlene the Gator Farmer2001 Joe Dirt
as Cathy Sherman2001 Good Advice
as Dana2000 Poison
as Jezzebelle2000 Voodoo Dawn
as Amy2000 Too Much Flesh
as Sophie Oseransky2000 The Whole Nine Yards
as Linda Wells1999 Switched at Birth
as Dawn1999 Palmer's Pick Up
as Eva1999 Sugar Town
as Hippie Mother (uncredited)1999 The '60s
as Maurey Talbot1998 Floating Away
as Rachel Krohn1998 I'm Losing You
as Connie Phillips (uncredited)1998 Hope Floats
as Stacey Keane1998 I Know What You Did
as Wendy Balsam1998 Buffalo '66
as Liz McNeary1998 Hell's Kitchen
as Junkie Artist1997 White Lies
as Alex Langley1997 Do Me a Favor
as Rita1997 Gone Fishin'
as Mrs. Kennesaw1997 Deceiver
as Gabrielle1996 Crash
as Shelly von Schetekel1996 Valley Girls
as Lauren Mirkheim1995 Search and Destroy
as Jody1994 Pulp Fiction
as Sarah Blake1994 Nowhere to Hide
as Clydie Anderson1993 Nowhere to Run
as Missy Mills1993 The Wrong Man
as Joanna Warren1992 In the Deep Woods
as Miss Athena1992 Fathers & Sons
as Callie Joy1991 Flight of the Intruder
as Kate Williams1990 Sweet Revenge
as Sarah Weiss1990 Separation
as Paulette1989 New York Stories
as Martha Travis1989 Black Rainbow
as Johana Baker1988 The Big Blue
as Alice Elizabeth 'Lucky' Parker1988 Promised a Miracle
as Cassie1986 Nobody's Fool
as Hannah1985 Silverado
as Marcy Franklin1985 After Hours
as Tillie Hansen1985 The Aviator
as Roberta Glass1985 Desperately Seeking Susan
as Jill Rosen1983 Baby It's You
as Pam Smith1983 Off the Wall
as Tracy Boone1983 One Cooks, the Other Doesn't
as Belinda McAdam1982 Johnny Belinda
as Nicole Baker1982 The Executioner's Song
as Babs, hitchhiker picked up by Culley1981 S.O.B.
as Rose Cavanaugh1981 A Long Way Home
as Judy1980 Gorp
as Girl in Commune1979 More American Graffiti
as Beverly1978 Zuma Beach

TV Shows/Series with Rosanna Arquette as Actress(32)

as Mary2018 Sideswiped
as Abby Van Ness2016 Roadies
as Linda2013 Ray Donovan
2007 Dirt
as herself2007 Indie Sex
as Corinne Davis2007 Private Practice
as Nicole Varzi2006 What About Brian
as Constance Ferguson2005 Grey's Anatomy
as Michelle Todd2005 Medium
as Lilly Difideli1997 Gun
as Libby Custer1991 Son of the Morning Star
as Debra Miller1979 Shirley
as Kate Constantine1978 The Dark Secret of Harvest Home
as herself1975 Saturday Night Live

Movies with Rosanna Arquette as Crew(5)

Directing/Director2005 All We Are Saying
Production/Producer2005 All We Are Saying
Directing/Director2002 Searching for Debra Winger
Production/Producer2002 Searching for Debra Winger
Writing/Writer2002 Searching for Debra Winger

TV Shows/Series with Rosanna Arquette as Crew(1)

Crew/Thanks1998 V.I.P.

Additional Information

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Full Name: Rosanna Arquette
Born: Monday, 08/10 1959 (August) in New York City, New York (United States of America (USA)) (current age: 62 years + 330 days)
Zodiac sign: Leo (Chinese zodiac sign: Pig)
Languages: English (EN, native language)
Other names for Rosanna Arquette (nicknames, foreign languages etc.):
"Rosanna Lisa Arquette"
"Розанна Аркетт"
"Rosanna Lauren Arquette"
Rosanna Arquette frequently works together with these people:
Andy Samberg (29x, Actor)
Fred Armisen (25x, Actor)
Bill Hader (22x, Actor)
Kristen Wiig (18x, Actress)
Jason Sudeikis (16x, Actor)
Kenan Thompson (15x, Actor)
Will Forte (13x, Actor)
Maya Rudolph (12x, Actress)
Amy Poehler (9x, Actress)
Alec Baldwin (8x, Actor)
Betty White (7x, Actress)
Griffin Dunne (7x, Actor)
WatchPlayStream ID: PEOPLE:773, Added: 03/23/2018, Last updated: 06/23/2022