Talent Files: Ginger Rosen
Rosen is a versatile crossover multimedia actress, based in Atlanta. Her acting studies are with the Alliance
Theatre's B. J. Hughes and Pat Hurley. She has also studied acting under Sandra Dorsey, and voice-over with Paul Armbruster.
Mrs. Rosen has appeared in numerous films, commercials, music videos and on radio and television, and has performed on
stages throughout the Atlanta area. She has done work for such well known names as Hallmark, Kodak, Nortel,
Progressive Insurance, Matria Health Care, Black & Decker, Chick-fil-A, and Honey Baked Ham. She also serves Emory
University on an ongoing basis, performing as a Standardized Witness/Patient for the Law School and School of Medicine
As a stage actress, Mrs. Rosen is likely best known for her
portrayal as Daisy in Driving Miss Daisy, which she has performed in multiple productions. She
has worked with Savoyards (Atlanta Lyric Theatre), Horizon Theatre Company, Stage Door Players, The Rosewater Theatre,
Atlanta Classical Theatre, Canton Theatre, and others. She has appeared as Mrs. Chumley in Harvey (Aurora
Theatre), Mrs. Fisher in Enchanted April (Roswell Village Playhouses), Abby in Arsenic
and Old Lace (Cobb Players), and as the angel Clara in It's A Wonderful Life (Class
Act Theatre), among other roles. Her studies
have included dance and voice, and she has been seen in musical theatre productions as Sister Robert Anne in Nunsense,
Aggie McGuffie in Brigadoon, General Cartwright in Guys & Dolls, Dr.
Finsdale in Li'l Abner, and Grandma in Lost in Yonkers. For Melpomene
Records Ginger Rosen originates the role of Madame de Rosemonde on the Complete Original Concept recording
of Dangerous Liaisons, a role which she later reprised for Onstage Atlanta in a production
of the acclaimed Christopher Hampton play Les Liaisons Dangereuses.