|Born||Shayna Rose Mordue
November 3, 1983
Rose started performing and singing professionally when she was eight years old and appeared in a variety of regional musicals, including "Into the Woods" starring as Little Red Riding Hood at the Denver Civic Theater / Feast of Fools Theatre. She was nominated for best supporting actress by the Denver Drama Critics Circle for her role as Mary Tilford in "The Children's Hour". In this time period she also appeared in a number of national commercials.
Rose started to land parts in such series as Gilmore Girls, Ugly Betty and Commander in Chief. Her musical showcases and songwriting also began attracting more interest. On July 4, 2006 Rose joined the cast of Days of our Lives in a contract role of Stephanie Johnson, daughter of super-couple Steve Johnson and Kayla Brady. In late November 2006, Rose was let go from Days after five months. Her last episode aired on January 18.
|2004||Gilmore Girls||Girl #2||Episode:You Jump, I Jump, Jack|
|2005||Commander In Chief||Onlooker #5||Episode:First Disaster|
|2006–2007||Days of our Lives||Stephanie Johnson||Episodes:54|
|2007||Ugly Betty||The Younger Wench||Episode:Secretaries Day|
|2007||Mad Men||Rosemary||Episode:Red in the Face|
|2009-2011||The Fresh Beat Band||Marina||finish portraying Marina in 2011|
- "Style Matters: Tooling around in the land of trends". Rocky Mountain News. 2007-01-25. "Actress and songstress Shayna Rose started her career at age 8 at the Arvada Center and Shwayder Theater. She won a best supporting actress nomination by the Denver Drama Critics Circle."
- Burnett, T. (2002-03-04). "The Children's Hour". Talkin' Broadway. "The most interesting role in this play is that of Mary (played wonderfully/terribly by Shayna Rose Mordue)."
- Parker, Penny (2006-07-29). "Parker: Cherry Creek may land another seafood eatery". Rocky Mountain News. "Denver native Shayna Rose, a fair-haired, freckle-faced beauty, has landed in the driver's seat playing sassy race-car driver Stephanie Johnson on the long-running soap Days of Our Lives."
- Shen, Maxine (2009-07-11). "Call 'em the Nick Beats". New York Post.