Bonnie Rose is a NY based actress of TV and Film. Born and bred in Queens, New York. Bonnie started her professional career as a stand-in for Bette Midler on "First Wives Club". Next up, the iconic and legendary film director, Sidney Lumet handpicked her for the feature film "Night Falls On Manhattan" playing a NYC cop opposite Andy Garcia. She then went on to work with Mr. Lumet for many other projects over the next decade including a recurring role as a legal aid attorney opposite Alan Arkin on the TV legal drama 100 Centre St.
Bonnie has worked extensively in television and film, starting with the trifecta of all Dick Wolf's Law & Orders, including Law and Order: Criminal Intent and Law and Order: Special Victims Unit.
She worked opposite Oscar Issac on the classic feature film "Inside Llewyn Davis" written and directed by Ethan and Joel Coen. Other TV shows that Bonnie was in are Marvel's Jessica Jones, Mr. Robot working opposite Rami Malik , Blue Bloods and the iconic Sopranos. Bonnie went to SXSW with the feature film "Most Likely to Murder" with Rachel Bloom and Adam Pally.
Bonnie had a write up in Vulture.com for her famous line "PASTRAMI"! in The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel directed by Amy Sherman-Palladino.
Bonnie is a sought after film festival moderator and interviewer and has interviewed indie filmmakers, producers, and industry professionals, her most recent appearances: The Chelsea Film Festival and The Festival of Cinema NYC. Bonnie made a splash in TV commercials screaming "STELLA" on the city streets to show how much she loves Stella Dora cookies!
Bonnie has a very loving heart and loves to help others. When dear friends were getting married they approached her to be part of their special day by asking her to marry them. Bonnie in turn became an ordained minister. Recently she was featured in the Sunday Wedding section of the NY Times.