Rosemarie DeWitt – Biography of Rosemarie DeWitt

Rosemarie DeWitt was born in October 1974 in Flushing, Queens, New York.

Daughter of Rosemarie braddock Y Kenny DeWitt, She is the boxer’s granddaughter James J. Braddock.

Rosemarie played the role of Sara wilson in the movie “The man who did not let himself be knocked down“(2005), which portrays the life of his grandfather.

Graduated from high school Whippany Park High School, in Whippany, NJ, in 1989. He earned a degree in Creative Studies at school New College of the Hofstra University; and also had additional training in the Actors Center in New York.

DeWitt has an extensive theatrical career in off-Broadway productions. Among his most notable participations are “Danny and the Deep Blue Sea, “The Butter and Egg Man” Y “Small tragedy“.

In TV, DeWitt currently participates in the series “United States of Tara“in the role of Charmaine, the sister of Tare.
He was in the 2007 season of “Mad men“, Interpreting Midge. He also co-starred alongside Ron Livingston the 2006-2007 season of the series Fox Standoff“, in the role of the negotiator Emily Lehman.
Other television credits include appearances in the series “ Law & Order: Special Victims Unit“,”Sex in New York“,”Rescue me“, Y “Love monkey“.

In addition to his performance in “The man who did not let himself be knocked down“(2005), DeWitt has worked on the film “Margaret“(2008), together with Anna Paquin Y Mark Ruffalo. He has also acted in the feature films “Purple Violets“(2007),”Off the black“(2006),”Shut Up and Sing“(2006),”The Great New Wonderful“(2005) and”How i got lost“(2009), among others. In 2008 he had the role of Rachel in the film directed by Jonathan Demme, “Rachel’s wedding“, next to Anne Hathaway.

DeWitt He currently resides in Los Angeles, California.