- Full NameRosa María Perez
- First NameRosa
- Middle NameMaría
- Last NamePerez
- Birth nameRosa María Perez
- Professionactress, community activist, talk show host, author, dancer
- Birth CityBrooklyn, New York, NY
- Birth CountryUnited States of America
- Father NameIsmael Serrano
- Mother NameLydia Pérez
- Fact TitleRosie Perez
- Married Year2013
- SpouseEric Haze
- SibilingsCarmen Serrano
- Filmography["Do the Right Thing","White Men Can’t Jump"]
- EducationLos Angeles City College
American actress and television host Rosie Perez is famous for appearing as Tina in the comedy-drama movie Do the Right Thing and movie White Men Can’t Jump. Besides acting and hosting a profession, she is also a community activist author, choreographer, and dancer.
Rosie Perez’s Net Worth In 2020
The 55 years old actress Rosie Perez has been earning a high figure of money from her involvement in different professions like dancing, acting, hosting, dancing, and activist.
No doubt, Rosie is a multi-millionaire. As of 2020, Rosie Perez’s net worth is reported to be around $12 million, whereas she earns an annual salary of $750 thousand.
Professional Career, Movies
The 5 feet 1 inch tall Rosie began her professional career as a dancer in the early 1980s on the television program, Soul Train.
One of the talent scouts of Soul Train asked her to appear on the show. She grabbed attention after she choreographed music videos by Janet Jackson, Diana Ross, The Boys, Bobby Brown, and LL Cool J. She even choreographed for the dancing group, Fly Groups.
Rosie started her acting career appearing as Tina in the movie Do the Right Thing in 1989. Since then, she has appeared in dozens of films and television series.
Regarding movie career, Rosie has worked in movies like Night on Earth, Untamed Heart, Fearless, The Road to El Dorado, All the Invisible Children, Just Like the Son, The Other Guys, The Hero of Color City, Gods Behaving Badly, Active Adults, Birds of Prey, The Dead Don’t Lie, Five Nights in Maine, The Last Thing He Wanted, Pitch Perfect 2, The Counselor, The Take, Home, Pineapple Express, and others.
Likewise, Rosie Perez began her television career in 1990, portraying the role of Rosie Martinez in the television series, 21 Jump Street. Her other notable television credits include in WIOU, Widows, Frasier, Lipstick Jungle, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Search Party, The View, Elena of Avalor, She’s Gotta Have It, Bounty Hunters, The United Action Bronson Show, Rise, Nightcap, Pure, Nurse Jackie, In Living Color, and others.
Her television movie’s appearance includes in Criminal Justice, Lackawanna Blues, Lies in Plain Sight, Copshop, In a New Light: Sex Unplugged, among others.
Is Rosie Married Or Still Single?
Well, the 55 years old actress is a married woman. Rosie is married twice and divorced once. She was first married to playwright and director Seth Zvi Rosenfeld. The pair, after dating for a long time, got married in 1991.
The former couple was married for a decade before separating in 2001. After the divorce, Rosie maintained a low-key profile and did not open up much about her personal life.
Rosie married artist Eric Haze, an American graphic designer, artist, and art director, on 15th September 2013, in an intimate wedding ceremony in Las Vegas. Their relationship was kept under the shade until their wedding news broke out.
As per sources, Rosie and Eric decided to tie the knot just a night before they attended Floyd Mayweather vs. Saul Alvarez boxing match. They slept over MGM Grand hotel and exchanged the wedding vows in the morning.
As of now, Rosie and Eric enjoy almost seven years of long marital life with no issues of divorce or separation issues. The healthy couple resides in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn.
Till the date, Rosie has neither opened up about her plans of welcoming any children or pregnancy.
Her Personal Information
On Pineapple Express DVD commentary, Rosie stated that Rosie Perez is allergic to dairy products.
During her childhood, she suffered abuse from schizophrenic mother and the nuns at the group home, which resulted in high anxiety, PTSD. Thankfully, with the therapy, the dysthymia condition has greatly reduced.