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Rosemarie DeWitt Biography

  • Profession: Actor
  • Born: Oct 26, 1974
  • Died: Jan 1, 0001

Actress Rosemarie DeWitt premiered onscreen in the early to mid-2000s and essayed a series of bit roles -- initially in A-list features such as [[Feature~V290416~Cinderella Man~cinderellaman]] (2005) and [[Feature~V344284~Off the Black~offtheblack]] (2006). She scored a lead opposite [[Performer~P42769~Ron Livingston~ronlivingston]] on the small screen, as a federal agent in the hostage-crisis drama [[Feature~V361495~Standoff~standoff[tvseries]]] (2006), but unfortunately, that program folded after a rather short life span, and DeWitt returned to supporting turns -- notably a colorful characterization as Midge Daniels, the bohemian mistress of a successful ad executive during the early '60s on AMC's serialized drama [[Feature~V400984~Mad Men~madmen[tvseries]]] (2007). In 2008 DeWitt co-starred with Anne Hathaway in director Jonathan Demme's drama Rachel Getting Married, and landed a supporting role in the first two seasons of The United States of Tara (2009-2010), a Showtime drama following a suburban woman living with Dissociative Personality Disorder. In 2011 she co-starred and consulted for Your Sister's Sister, a drama wherein she portrayed a heartsick young woman who bonds with a man grieving the death of his brother. She co-starred with Jennifer Garner and Dianne Weist in The Odd Life of Timothy Green the following year. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi