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Andrea Roth Biography

  • Profession: Actor
  • Born: Sep 30, 1967
  • Died: Jan 1, 0001

Every actor or actress with a substantial degree of public recognition can attest to a big break; for Andrea Roth, that break arrived in the form of [[Feature~V312531~Rescue Me~rescueme[tvseries]]] (2004), a smash-hit seriocomedy on the FX channel where the actress played Janet Gavin, the estranged ex-wife of brash, acid-mouthed firefighter Tommy ([[Performer~P41244~Denis Leary~denisleary]]). It marked one of the first roles to secure the Canadian actress' national reputation, but -- in actuality -- only the tail end of a series of parts that stretched back to 1981. Roth debuted auspiciously, that year, with the role of Amy in the Australian sports drama [[Feature~V10062~The Club~theclub]], directed by [[Performer~P81500~Bruce Beresford~bruceberesford]] and scripted by [[Performer~P116921~David Williamson~davidwilliamson]] ([[Feature~V14307~Don's Party~donsparty]]).

Many projects followed over the next three decades, but more often than not, Roth appeared to be stuck in a rut and saddled with exploitative pap -- such as the made-for-television Canadian thriller [[Feature~V39567~Psychic~psychic]], the 1998 big-screen feature [[Feature~V160496~Burn~burn]], and the 2002 gorefest [[Feature~V280563~Sasquatch~sasquatch]]. [[Feature~V312531~Rescue Me~rescueme[tvseries]]] unquestionably lifted Roth's reputation by several notches and oriented her toward more respected material. In 2007, Roth also appeared in the [[Performer~P42291~Jet Li~jetli]] action vehicle [[Feature~V349929~War~war]], about a federal agent unwittingly caught in a turf war between the yakuza and a violent triad. In the years to follow, Roth would find continued success on the small screen, starring on the series Ringer. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi