Rosie Cavaliero Biography
Rosie Cavaliero is an English actress. She has appeared in numerous television roles. She is famously known for her appearances on Jane Eyre in 2011, Scoop in 2006 and Little Dorrit in 2008. She attended Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art. This was where she learnt about acting.
She performed her first role at the age of six as Hansel and Gretel’s mother in a local stage production. She has also played the roles of Clara and Clootie in a stage production of In Flame at Ambassadors Theatre in 2000.
In 2002, she was cast as Angela in Mike Leigh’s Abigail’s Party at Hampstead Theatre. Additionally, she performed the role of Karen in a stage production of The Anniversary at Garrick Theatre in 2005.
Moreover, Rosie Cavaliero earned a nomination for Best Supporting Actress by the Manchester Evening News for her performance as Rosie in My Mother Said I Never Should.
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Rosie Cavaliero Age
Rosie Cavaliero was born in Rio de Janeiro, State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. She was born on 27th November 1967. Her current age is 51 years old as of 2018.
Rosie Cavaliero Height
Rosie Cavaliero is quite a tall woman. Her height is 6 feet 5 inches. Her other body measurements are not known. We will update you once we have factual information.
Rosie Cavaliero Net Worth
Rosie Cavaliero net worth mainly comes from primary occupation, which is as an actress. She has played different roles in numerous films and TV shows. Among her appearances are in Scoop, Little Dorrit and Jane Eyre.
She has accumulated a lot wealth from this. Her estimated net worth is approximately $ 12 million.
Rosie Cavaliero Movies
- Friday Night Dinner – The Other Jackie (2018)
- The Children Act – Marina Green (2017)
- Unforgotten – Marion Kelsey (2017)
- An Evening with Harry Enfield & Paul Whitehouse – various characters (2015)
- Death in Paradise – Ivy Marcel (2015)
- A Young Doctor’s notebook- Pelagaya (2013)
- Full English – Wendy (2012)
- The Crimson Petal and the White – Jennifer Pierce (2011)
- Lark Rise to Candleford – (2010)
- Bellamy’s People – Various characters (2009)
- Nativity! – Miss Rye (2009)
- Le Coach (2004, 2006)
- Vera Drake – Married Woman (2004)
- Things to Do Before You’re 30 – Rosie (2004)
- Eyes Down – Christine McMurray (2003)
- Midsomer Murders (2002)
- Big Bag – Molly (1996-1999)
- Kiss and Tell – Maggie Wallace (1996)
- Medics – Penny Milner, paramedic (1995)
- Doc Martin – Melanie (2015)
- Shameless – Jenny Taylor (2011)
Rosie Cavaliero Cleaning Up
Cleaning Up is a British television drama series. It was written and created by Mark Marlow. The six-part series premiered on ITV on 9 January 2019. It stars Sheridan Smith as Sam, a separated mother and office cleaner who resorts to insider trading in order to pay her debts.
Rosie Cavaliero features in the film as Frances Howard, Head of Compliance for Kramer Lowe. Cleaning up is a Tv series that has received lots of viewing since it premiered.
Rosie Cavaliero Radio
Rosie Cavaliero has also worked in radio. Here are some of her radio works. Check them out:
- The Public BBC Radio 3 (November 1999)
- The Bayeux Tapestry BBC Radio 4 (Mon 19 February 2001)
- Doctor Joe Aston Investigates BBC Radio 4 (7 December 2001)
- Beyond the Back of Beyond BBC Radio 4 (Wed 26 December 2001)
- Just Plain Gardening BBC Radio 4 (March 2002)
- The Don BBC Radio 3 (September 2004)
- Cashcows BBC Radio 4 (2005)
- The Spaceship – Karen Trex (2005–2008)
- Nebulous – Paula Breeze (2005–2006)
- Project: Lazarus (A Doctor Who audio drama) – Cassie
- Self Storage BBC Radio 4 – Judy (October 2007)
- Laura Solon: Talking and Not Talking BBC Radio 4 – various (June 2008)
- One Chord Wonders: Parallel Lines BBC Radio 4 (11 July 2008)
- Lost Property BBC Radio 4 – Afternoon Play. 17 May 2011. A drama in 3 episodes.
- Lost Property – A Telegram from the Queen BBC Radio 4 – Afternoon Play. 17 May 2011.
- Cabin Pressure by John Finnemore.
- Where This Service Will Terminate BBC Radio 4 Drama of the Week (January 2016)
- Inappropriate Relationships BBC Radio 4 Drama in 5 episodes (February–March 2017)
- Where This Service Will Terminate BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Play 2 episodes by Katherine Jakeways 27 & 28 April 2017
Rosie Cavaliero Interview
Q: How would you characterise Wendy?
Rosie Cavaliero: She came out of the womb cross. She feels that life has dealt her a bad hand and that it is everyone else’s fault. She won’t look on the bright side at all. The funny thing is, she thinks that everybody really likes her, but sadly that’s not the case in the slightest. I have loved playing Wendy. This part is such a gift for an actor.
Q: Run us through her relationship with Roger.
Rosie Cavaliero: At first, you think Roger is such a twit. Then you meet Wendy and you think, “I can see why he left!” She’s very passive-aggressive. They are perpetually falling out and don’t really like each other at all. But they are actually made for each other because they both blame each other for their failings. I think they’re lucky to have found each other, because I don’t know if anyone else would have had them!
Q: How do you find the right tone for this comedy?
Rosie Cavaliero: The idea is that Edith and Phil are not mad, but everyone else is. We’re trying to play believable, real people who have been pushed to a slightly extreme place. I think there is real mileage in this series. Most of the characters are mad so they could go anywhere.
Q: What has the atmosphere been like on set?
Rosie Cavaliero: It has been fantastic. We’ve had such a laugh on this project. It’s a great relief because some comedians are so serious about their work!
Q: How do you think Hold the Sunset will be received?
Rosie Cavaliero: I hope people will react as I did when I first read the script and say that it’s a brilliant comedy. But we can’t take anything for granted. We have to keep reminding ourselves that comedy enrages some people. They don’t get angry about drama. But if you dare not to make people laugh with your comedy, they get furious about it!
Q: Was working with John one of the draws of Hold the Sunset?
Rosie Cavaliero: Absolutely. I’m a fan of everyone on the show, but I’ve been a fan of John’s for years. Like everyone, I was a huge fan of Fawlty Towers. I texted Jason beforehand and said, “Do you know who we are working with on this?” and he replied, “I know!” It’s really thrilling to be in this company. Every day I’m here, I have to keep pinching myself!