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Rosemarie DeWitt Wiki Biography
Rosemarie Braddock DeWitt was born on the 26th October 1971 in Flushing, Queens, New York City USA, and is of Irish ancestry. Rosemarie is an actress who earned her fame and significant net worth appearing in films such as “Rachel Getting Married” (2008), “The Watch” (2012), and “Cinderella Man” (2005). She has been active member of the entertainment industry since 2001.
Have you ever wondered how rich Rosemarie DeWitt is? According to sources it is estimated that Rosemarie DeWitt`s overall net worth is $3 million, an amount she owns entirely to her acting talents.
Rosemarie DeWitt Net Worth $3 Million
Although born in Queens, Rosemarie grew up in Hanover Township, New Jersey, where she attended Whippany High School, following which she became a student at Hofstra University, from where she graduated with a BA degree in creative arts. Furthermore, she took acting lessons at The Actors Center, situated in New York.
Rosemarie`s career and net worth took off in 2001, when she appeared in an episode of “Law And Order: Special Victims”. In 2003 she was cast in an episode of the popular TV series “Sex And City”. Since then, her career has only gone upwards, and so has her net worth; the next year Rosemarie made her film debut appearing in “Fresh Cut Grass”. However in 2005, her career and net worth earned a big boost, as Rosemarie appeared in films “Cinderella Man”, which centered around life of the boxer James J. Braddock, who was Rosemarie`s grandfather, and “The Commuters”; furthermore she appeared in the TV series “Rescue Me”.
In 2006, Rosemarie was featured in the role of Dana in the comedy drama film “Shut Up And Sing”, and also appeared in the role of Debra in the film “Off The Black”, alongside Nick Nolte and Trevor Morgan. Little by little Rosemarie climbed up the ladder, and soon she featured in main casts, starting with the 2008 film “Rachel Getting Married”, alongside Anne Hathaway and Debra Winger, which increased her net worth by a large margin.
In 2009, she appeared in the film “Tenure” as Betty and as Leslie in the film “How I Got Lost”, which also added to her net worth. To speak further of her successful career, in 2010, Rosemarie appeared in the film directed by John Wells entitled “The Company Men”, which featured Ben Affleck and Tommy Lee Jones in lead roles.
In the next years she featured in more high profile films, sharing scenes with other popular artists in films such as “Margaret” (2011), “Nobody Walks” (2012), “The Odd Life Of Timothy Green” (2012), “Promised Land” (2012), and others.
Apart from her successful career on big screens, Rosemarie has also been featured in a number of TV series, which have significantly increased her net worth. Some of the appearances include the lead role of Emily Lehman in “Standoff” (2006-2007), alongside Ron Livingston, and “Mad Men” (2007-2010), in which she portrayed Midge Daniels. Furthermore, she was also cast in the “United States Of Tara” as Charmaine Craine.
Her latest ventures in the entertainment industry include appearances in films “Digging For Fire” (2015), “Poltergeist” (2015), and she is to appear in the “The Last Tycoon” and “La La Land”, which are scheduled for 2016 release.
Overall, Rosemarie is now a famous actress, widely recognized by her roles, for which she has won numerous awards, including the Best Actress in a Supporting Role for her work in “Rachel Getting Married” (2008).
When it comes to her personal life, Rosemarie has been married to her colleague Ron Livingston – whom she met while shooting “Standoof” – since 2009. They adopted a daughter in May 2013.
|Full Name||Rosemarie DeWitt|
|Net Worth||$3 Million|
|Date Of Birth||October 26, 1971|
|Died||September 23, 2004, Austin, Texas, United States|
|Place Of Birth||Flushing, New York City, New York, United States|
|Height||5 ft 6 in (1.68 m)|
|Education||Whippany High School, Hofstra University, Actors center in New York|
|Spouse||Ron Livingston (m. 2009)|
|Children||Gracie James Livingston|
|Parents||Rosemarie Braddock, Kenny DeWitt|
|Nicknames||Rose , Rosemarie Braddock DeWitt|
|Awards||Best Actress in a Supporting Role|
|Nominations||Critics’ Choice Movie Award for Best Acting Ensemble, Gotham Independent Film Award for Breakthrough Actor, Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Female|
|Movies||вЂњShut Up And SingвЂќ, вЂњOff The BlackвЂќ, вЂњRachel Getting MarriedвЂќ (2008), вЂњMargaretвЂќ (2011), вЂњNobody WalksвЂќ (2012), вЂњThe Odd Life Of Timothy GreenвЂќ (2012), вЂњPromised LandвЂќ (2012), вЂњDigging For FireвЂќ (2015), вЂњPoltergeistвЂќ (2015), вЂњThe Last TycoonвЂќ, вЂњLa La Landв…|
|TV Shows||“United States of Tara”, Standoff, “Law And Order: Special Victims”, “Sex And City” (2003), “Standoff” (2006-2007), “Mad Men” (2007-2010),|
|1||I know that every actor that I know, when Daniel Day-Lewis does a film, and he doesn’t work that often, but we run to the theater to see what he’s up to, and with such delicious excitement. The same goes for Meryl Streep.|
|2||I’m always studying something or trying to learn something, keep myself creatively occupied, because I think that energy can get kind of destructive if it doesn’t have somewhere to go.|
|3||I grew up in the suburbs.|
|4||I kind of moved out of the town I grew up in as quick as I could. I left right after high school.|
|5||I think actors always have that fear of unemployment so when the opportunities are there, you just jump on them.|
|6||I feel lucky to be an actor because you always learn something from each part you play.|
|7||And I think a lot of us have fantasies of going back to where we’re from, or when we do go back we’re so nostalgic about it.|
|8||I don’t want to put a pause on the rest of my life; I’m really enjoying getting older and the wisdom that comes from that.|
|9||I like exploring both the light parts and the dark parts of a single person. And all of those shades tend to come out most acutely in stories about families.|
|10||In real life, I don’t fall in love with the guy who wines and dines me, I fall in love with the flaws and the humanity.|
|1||Has 2 adopted daughters with her husband Ron Livingston – Gracie James Livingston (b.April 29, 2013) and Esperanza Mae Livingston (b.December 2015).|
|2||(November 2, 2009) Married her boyfriend of 3 years Ron Livingston. This is her second marriage.|
|3||She has Irish, and 1/8th German, ancestry. Her German-American paternal great-grandfather was born under the surname “Witt”, and the family surname later became “DeWitt”.|
|4||She has eight half-siblings from her father’s previous marriage.|
|5||Sister-in-law of John Livingston, Jennifer Livingston, Nick Livingston and Jenni Blong.|
|6||Met husband Ron Livingston on the set of Standoff (2006).|
|7||Was a member of Alpha Phi sorority at Hofstra University.|
|8||Won an OBIE for Small Tragedy at Playwright’s Horizons.|
|9||Graduated from Whippany Park High School in Whippany, New Jersey, in 1989.|
|10||Graduate of New College of Hofstra University with a degree in creative studies. Additional training at the Actors Center in New York.|
|11||Is the granddaughter of Jimmy Braddock, the fighter, by Jimmy’s daughter, Rosemarie. Rosemarie DeWitt had a supporting role in the film based on Jimmy’s life, Cinderella Man (2005).|