Birth Name: Rosemarie DeWitt
Birth Place: Queens, New York, USA
Born and raised in Queens, DeWitt developed a love of performing at an early age. As a first grader, she acted in school plays such as "The Feel" and "The Circus," though she continually tried to dissuade herself from pursuing it seriously. It was during high school that she happened to catch Frances McDormand and Blythe Danner in a Broadway production of "A Streetcar Named Desire" and slowly began to warm to the idea of acting professionally. DeWitt went on to major in creative studies at New York's New College at Hofstra University, and by the time she saw a stage production of "Angels in America," she had shed all doubts as to what her career path would be. To further prepare herself, she...
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