Rosanna Arquette Birthday: August 10, 1959 Birth Place: New York, New York, USA Height: 5' 3"
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Rosanna Arquette has acted extensively in film and television, and has come to be acknowledged as an actress of rare depth and scope. Growing up in a family of actors, she began at a young age. Her first big break came as a teenager with a role in the Movie of the Week "The Dark Secret of Harvest Home" (1978) (mini), which starred Bette Davis. Several television roles followed, including an "ABC Afterschool Specials" (1972) and a part on the series "James at 15" (1977) before her talents led to her film debut in Gorp (1980). Since then she has acted in a steady stream of films, including John Sayles' Baby It's You (1983), Fathers & Sons (1992) with Jeff Goldblum, Silverado (1985) (which also featured Goldblum), The Linguini Incident (1991), Martin Scorsese's segment of New York Stories (1989) with Nick Nolte, and many others. She feels particularly proud of her offbeat roles in such independent films as After Hours (1985), Nobody's Fool (1986), and Desperately Seeking Susan (1985), for which she won the British Academy Award. Ms. Arquette was nominated for an Emmy for her work in the controversial The Executioner's Song (1982) (TV). She continues her work on television as well as the big screen.
Lived in Europe with Peter Gabriel from 1988 to 1992.
Family: Daughter of Lewis Arquette, Granddaughter of Cliff Arquette, Sister of Richmond Arquette, Alexis Arquette, David Arquette and Patricia Arquette, Mother of 'Zoe Sidel' , sister-in-law of Courteney Cox.
Wears an Amnesty International concert t-shirt in _New York Stories (1989)_ .
Is a vegetarian.
Granddaughter of Cliff Arquette, sister-in-law of Courteney Cox.
Formerly sister-in-law of Nicolas Cage.
Announced engagement to Immortal Entertainment president David Codikow. [5 September 2001]
Was immortalized in the song "Rosanna" written and performed by Toto (on their album, Toto IV). "Rosanna" was a Top 10 hit that went on to win a Grammys for 1982: Record of the Year, Best Pop Vocal Performance, and Best Instrumental Arrangement With Vocal. Rosanna had been dating one of the band members, Steve Porcaro.