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Roseanne Biography and Filmography
Birthday: November 3, 1952
Birth Place: Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
Height: 5' 4"
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Brash and brassy comedian Roseanne is a one-of-a-kind talent who during her career has undergone many substantial changes that have transformed her from trailer trash queen to one of the most powerful women in Hollywood. Around age 18, Barr moved to a Colorado hippie commune where she met Bill Pentland. They married in 1973 and moved to Denver where they struggled to support their three subsequent children. By the mid-'70s, Roseanne was working as both a cocktail waitress and a window dresser to help feed her family. Impressed by her quick, caustic wit and funny insights into women, men, and domestic life, friends and patrons suggested she take her stories on stage at a local comedy club. It was on stage where she honed her famous characterization of the dumpy, domineering, and earthy "Domestic Goddess." Within a few years, she had become one of the most popular stand-up acts in Denver and in 1983 headed for Hollywood to further her career. She quickly landed a gig at the Comedy Store and then appeared on the ABC television special Funny. During rehearsal, she was spotted by a talent scout from The Tonight Show, who promptly booked her for an appearance. It was a great success. In 1988, her innovative and distinguished television sitcom Roseanne debuted on ABC and centered on the struggles of an overweight, domineering mother and her raucous, working-class family that is often on the brink of financial and personal crisis but always manages to somehow hang together. Roseanne and her brood were real people facing real problems that weren't always neatly solved in 30 minutes. The shows were often simultaneously poignant and hilarious; until its last two seasons, Roseanne topped the ratings, and won numerous awards and honors. During the course of the show, the many changes in Roseanne's personal life were reflected on the air. When she underwent breast reduction surgery, her character did too. When she married Tom Arnold in 1990, he became a part of her show and she proudly billed herself as Roseanne Arnold. When the marriage broke up, he disappeared and she began billing herself only as Roseanne. She eventually married her body guard Ben Thomas and at the age of 43 had herself impregnated via in vitro fertilization. Her character Roseanne Conner also got pregnant. Even the plastic surgeries she has had on her face have received some treatment on the show, in this case via the opening credits wherein her photographs from the past nine seasons reflect her change from the frowsy to the almost glamorous. Her series ended in May, 1997. Though best known for her television work and live performances, Roseanne has also made periodic stabs at a movie career; she made her debut as a vengeful housewife opposite Meryl Streep in the comedy She-Devil (1989). The film received decidedly mixed reviews, and Roseanne's subsequent film appearances have been in cameos or small supporting roles. Over her career, Roseanne has received numerous awards, including an Emmy, several People's Choice Awards, Golden Globes, and an American Comedy Award. She was the fourth woman ever to become the star attraction at a Friar's Club celebrity roast. Back in the late '80s through the early '90s, Roseanne's tumultuous personal life, her often public and ill-timed abrasive nature coupled with her phenomenal popularity made her a favorite target of tabloid newspapers. Never one to shy away from such issues, she tells her own story in two books, the best-selling My Life as a Woman (1989) and My Lives (1994) She has also been frequently skewered by critics and wags who have difficulty accepting the fact that through sheer force of will, she has been able to overcome all obstacles to become a powerful and successful woman.
Home on the Range (2004)
[ Jennifer Tilly ][ Judi Dench ][ Rosanne Barr ][ Edie McClurg ][ Debi Derryberry ]
Fun with Dick and Janet: Part 2 (1997)
[ Rosanne Barr ]
Into That Good Night: Part 2 (1997)
[ Sarah Chalke ][ Sara Gilbert ][ Rosanne Barr ][ Laurie Metcalf ][ Sandra Bernhard ]
Arsenic and Old Mom (1997)
[ Sarah Chalke ][ Sara Gilbert ][ Rosanne Barr ][ Laurie Metcalf ]
Roseanne-Feld (1997)
[ Heather Matarazzo ][ Rosanne Barr ][ Laurie Metcalf ]
The Miracle (1997)
[ Sarah Chalke ][ Sara Gilbert ][ Rosanne Barr ][ Laurie Metcalf ]
Blue in the Face (1995)
[ Mira Sorvino ][ Rosanne Barr ][ Lily Tomlin ][ Debra Wilson ][ Selena ]
Even Cowgirls Get the Blues (1993)
[ Uma Thurman ][ Heather Graham ][ Sean Young ][ Lorraine Bracco ][ Rosanne Barr ]
The Woman Who Loved Elvis (1993)
[ Rosanne Barr ][ Danielle Harris ][ Cynthia Gibb ][ Sally Kirkland ]
Episode #17.14 (1992)
[ Rosanne Barr ]
Episode #16.13 (1991)
[ Rosanne Barr ]
Backfield in Motion (1991)
[ Rosanne Barr ][ Colleen Camp ][ Olivia Burnette ][ Teresa Ganzel ]
Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare (1991)
[ Rosanne Barr ][ Lisa Zane ]
Look Who's Talking Too (1990)
[ Kirstie Alley ][ Rosanne Barr ][ Olympia Dukakis ]
She-Devil (1989)
[ Meryl Streep ][ Rosanne Barr ][ Linda Hunt ]
On Location: The Roseanne Barr Show (1987)
[ Rosanne Barr ]
On Location (1987)
[ Rosanne Barr ]
  • Her daughter Brandi, Jennifer and Jessica Pentland all work with her on her talk show
  • Three children with Bill Pentland: Jennifer, Jessica and Jacob.
  • One son with Ben Thomas: Buck.
  • Has a daughter from a previous relationship named Brandy, whom she put up for adoption.
  • Born at 1:21pm-MST
  • Had tubal ligation reversed in order to get pregnant with her son Buck.
  • States she suffered from Multiple Personality Disorder
  • Attended Salt Lake High School East, but dropped out before graduating.
  • On 9/17/1968, Roseanne was severely injured in a car crash, resulting in memory loss and nightmares. She was then admitted to a state mental hospital at age 17, but left after less than a year.
  • At age 17, Roseanne left Utah and moved to Denver, CO, where she gave birth to daughter Brandi and then gave her up for adoption.
  • Worked as a dishwasher, cook, and waitress.
  • Collects pigs.
  • Worked at Bennigan's restaurant.
  • On 23 August 1985, Roseanne made her national TV debut, on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson. This marked the turning point in her career, and she was deluged with job offers thereafter.
  • In a 1991 People magazine interview, she claimed to have been an incest survivor, accusing both parents of physical and sexual abuse, charges which they have publically denied.
  • Worked as a guest editor for the New Yorker magazine.
  • Renewed wedding vows with now-estranged mate, her ex-bodyguard Ben Thomas, on the 1999 Valentine's Day edition of her TV talk show.
  • First filed for divorce from Thomas in January 1998, claiming he was an abusive binge drinker who threatened to kidnap their son.
  • Is a spokeswoman for various pro-choice groups, has asserted pro-choice views in publications such as "The Advocate," and has appeared at benefits sponsored by pro-choice organizations such as the Feminist Majority Foundation. In several episodes of "Roseanne," Roseanne Conner defends a woman's right to choose.
  • Measurements: 40DD-30-38 (at her heaviest weight), 40D-28-37 (after reduction surgery), 38C-28-37 (after 2nd procedure) (Source: Celebrity Sleuth magazine) Speaking of her breast reduction surgery in 1991, "I was a 40DD but now I'm a 38C."
  • Biography in: "Who's Who in Comedy" by Ronald L. Smith. pg. 26-28. New York: Facts on File, 1992. ISBN 0816023387
  • Chosen as #9 in Comedy Central's 100 Greatest Stand-Ups of All Time, the highest ranking woman.

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