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27/11/2019
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Despite working on a film set for 16 hours a day with late nights and back-to-back days, Rose Rosenfeld hasn’t been deterred from pursuing her dreams. This Mornington Peninsula actor and model has been ever so busy since making the big move to Los Angeles just three years ago. 

“It has gone by so fast it feels like it’s only been a couple of months,” said Rose. “I’ve gone through many experiences that have helped me grow as a young adult. It’s definitely been a journey so far, a journey that isn’t stopping any time soon.”

When we last spoke in 2017, Rose’s career highlights consisted of being seated just a few rows behind Oprah Winfrey and Nicole Kidman at the Emmy Awards, working for a Covergirl campaign in New York City and modelling in pageants for Miss World Australia and Australian Supermodel of the Year. Now Rose’s career has progressed from working with small Australian beauty and clothing brands to starring in commercials for digital marketing agencies representing up-and-coming brands. Most notably, she’s just been on the set of Fast and Furious 9

“It was a fun set to be on,” said Rose. “The budgets for these films are insane and the film set was a lot slower paced than you would expect. People in California are very laid-back — even on Hollywood sets, from what I noticed — whereas if you see it on screen, you’re thinking that it’s fast paced, like ‘bang, bang, bang’. But it makes sense now why it takes several years to film these blockbusters. They’re all about the tiny details in each shot. It was insane to watch how specific they were.”

Rose channelled her inner Aussie when she joined famous influencer Markian for a viral video called What it’s like to have an Australian Friend six months ago. The video has been viewed more than 16 million times and she’s received acclaim from all over the world, with comments flooding in complimenting how hilarious her performance was. The video was a chance for Rose to embrace her comedic side and show Markian how Aussies live. Rose does a ‘shoey’, shares Vegemite on toast with Markian, teaches him how to Tim Tam slam, and they discover they both like the band AC/DC, or as Rose calls them, Acca Dacca. You can watch it here: https://www.facebook.com/markianb/videos/2716828271725594/

Modelling will always be a focus for Rose, but in the meantime acting is her main priority. Her work on a short film, Numb, was an exciting experience because the fun crew meant the set was 10 times more enjoyable. “The film got selected into the South Texas International Film Festival as well as the Vasteras Film Festival in Sweden, which is awesome,” said Rose. “It’s a drama/thriller and hopefully it continues to make it into further festivals. This was my most rewarding experience because it was my first lead role in the US and brought a lot of attention to my name.” 

Voiceover work has recently attracted Rose, with a job for Amazon reinforcing to her that she’s on the right track. Because the industry in LA comes in waves, she’s doing everything within her power to get her name out there and aims to book a role for a pilot season. In five years she hopes to be working on multiple projects, have a few independent films under her belt, and be directing her own projects. Rose is dedicating her spare time at the moment to writing her own short film and creating as much content as possible.

You can follow Rose’s journey on Instagram via @rose_rosenfeld. 

KATE SEARS

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