Rose Jackson (actress)
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|Born||Rosemarie Alicia Jackson
September 14, 1972
Brooklyn, New York, U.S.
|Other names||Rosemarie Jackson
Rose Jackson Moye
|Spouse(s)||Michael G. Moye (1996–present)|
After a successful career in film and television, Jackson, -Moye now teaches dance in the town where she is raising her daughter. Jackson-Moye also directs a number of dance troupes and works as a choreographer for musical productions.
Rosemarie was raised in New Orleans and attended grades 7-9 at St. Mary's Academy, one of the oldest historically black Catholic schools on the country. While at St. Mary's she won Ms Calendar Tea and appeared in the 1979 school Calendar and also appeared as a personality in the schools yearbook. In order to pursue her dreams of being a dancer and actress, Rose left the school to attend a public school so that she could attend New Orleans Center for Creative Arts (NOCCA).
|1990||East, 1313 East||Nurse A.J. Gilroy||9 episodes|
|1991||Hangin' with the Homeboys||Lila|
|1992||Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, TheThe Fresh Prince of Bel-Air||Simone||Episode: "Will Gets Committed"|
|Episode: "Friends & Lovers"
Episode: "Polluted Affairs"
|1993||Fear of a Black Hat||Cheryl C.|
|1993||Where I Live||Sharitha||Episode: "Opposites Attack"|
|1993||What's Love Got to Do with It||5th Ikette|
|1993||Sinbad Show, TheThe Sinbad Show||Ms. Paige||Episode: "Strictly Business"|
|1993||Married... with Children||Angie||Episode: "Scared Single"|
|1994||Hangin' with Mr. Cooper||Collen||Episode: "Matinee"|
|1995||Dead Presidents||Juanita Benson|
|1995-1996||Crew, TheThe Crew||Jess Jameson||21 episodes|
|1997||Good News||Vera Hudson||Episode: "Pilot"|
|2000||For Your Love||Felice||Episode "The Bread Winner"|
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