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  • 10 August 1959 Rosanna Arquette was born.
  • 27 May 1977 Her professional theater debut was appearing in the Story Theatre Musical Ovidís "The Metamorphoses" at the Callboard Theatre on Melrose Place in Los Angeles.
  • 10 September 1982 she earned an Emmy Award nomination for the TB film - "The Executioner's Song".
  • 4 March 1983 Arquette's first starring role was in John Sayle's "Baby Itís You", a highly regarded but little seen film.
  • 29 March 1985 Won BAFTA Film Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for "Desperately Seeking Susan".
  • 23 September 1994 Appeared in Tarantino's movie "Pulp Fiction".
  • 5 September 2001 Announced engagement to Immortal Entertainment president David Codikow.

Rosanna Arquette: From a Family of Stars

Rosanna Lauren Arquette was born August 10, 1959 in New York City into what would become a well known acting family. Her father, Lewis Arquette, as well as her grandfather were actors. Her siblings Alexis, Richmond, David and Patricia are also actors. When Arquette was four years old her family moved from New York City to Chicago, where her father managed a theater for a number of years until they once again relocated to a commune in Virginia.

Performing poorly in school, Arquette finally dropped out in 1974 at the age of 15 to hitchhike across the country with a group of other teenagers. Settling for a spell in San Francisco she worked in Renaissance fairs. When she was 18 years old she made her professional theater debut in Ovidís The Metamorphoses in Los Angeles. She eventually earned several roles portraying troubled teens. Her first Emmy Award nomination came in 1984 for her role in the TV film The Executionerís Song. She landed her first starring role in Baby Itís You. Following this role she appeared in Desperately Seeking Susan and After Hours. Following a stint in which she worked in Europe she began to appear in several notable films such as New York Stories and Pulp Fiction. In most recent she has made a foray into directing. Films directed by Arquette include Searching for Debra Winger and All We Are Saying. Arquette, who has been married and divorced multiple times, has a daughter named Zoe Blue. She devotes time to the promotion breast cancer awareness, a disease which took her motherís life.

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