Rosie started playing the piano when she was 6 years old and studied classical music for 11 years. As a teen, she moved to Little Rock, Arkansas and attended the University of Arkansas where she studied music & art.
While attending the school, Rosie met & fell in love with a musician, Jimmy Roberts, whom she later married, but a few months later, Jimmy sadly passed away from cancer.
During college, she posed for fashion shots that eventually found their way to an agent in New York. Rosie moved to New York and began working as a full-time model.
She appeared in advertisements for Against Gravitee, Burlington, Callaghan, Chantilly Perfume, Coty, Cutex, Elizabeth Arden, Gianni Versace, Gloria Vandervilt by Murjani, Halston, Hubert Latimer, Mario Valentino, Marionat, Max Factor, Monet, Neiman Marcus, Oscar de La Renta, Pantene, Revlon, Taroni, Valentino, Versace, and Virginia Slims.
Rosie appeared on the covers of Elle, Vogue, and New Woman. She has even appeared in movies such as "Heaven's Gate," "The Two Gates," and "Inside Edge." She also appeared in television advertisements for Michelob, Maybelline, and Cadillac Seville.
Later on, Rosie turned her attention to music and & built herself a home recording studio for herself. She ended up signing a record deal with A&M Records. She produced her debut album with Gary Katz (who is best known for working with Steely Dan).
The single was certified Silver by the BPI in March of 1987.
Rosie's second album was completed, but it was never released due to an unsympathetic record company.
In the 90s, she began working on her third album, but it was postponed due to her becoming a backing vocalist for the Electric Light Orchestra.
Rosie sang backup vocals on ELO's 2001 album, "Zoom," and performed as a member of ELO during their first concerts in 15 years.
According to further research, she resides in Los Angeles, California and has resumed modeling on an occasional basis.
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