Laurie Carter Rose

  • Gender: Female
  • Hair Color : Blonde
  • Eye Color : Blue
  • Experience :
    Laurie is a Chicago-based actor, singer, dancer, and voice over talent. Originally from Cincinnati, she is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of Miami University and a proud 27-year member of SAG-AFTRA and AEA. Laurie has been fortunate to live and perform in NYC, LA, Tokyo and London before landing in Chicago and calling it home for the last 20 plus years. Her TV/Film credits include Chicago Med, Early Edition, and The Tonight Show, as well as many independent film productions. Laurie most recently played Jean in “Good People” at Indiana’s New Harmony Theatre. She also enjoyed entertaining Wisconsin audiences as the “Soap Star” in Menopause the Musical at The Fireside Theatre. Next up, Laurie will travel to Dayton’s long-established Human Race Theatre Company to play Della in “The Cake”. Other local theatre credits include Robyn in “The Roommate” and Irene Livingston in “Light Up the Sky” (Citadel Theatre), Masha in “Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike” (Artists’ Ensemble Theatre), “Follies” (Drury Lane Oakbrook), and Simone in “A Bed Full of Foreigners” (Drury Lane South). Laurie was seen by Michigan audiences last summer as Georgette Howard in the hilarious musical comedy “It Shoulda Been You” (Farmers Alley Theatre). Favorite past theatre credits include “Jesus Christ Superstar” (Broadway National Tour starring Ted Neely and Carl Anderson), and “Sunset Boulevard” (London’s West End starring Betty Buckley) Laurie sings regularly with Route 66, an all-women a cappella quartet that you might hear at your next corporate party or singing the National Anthem at Soldier Field. And for her most challenging and rewarding role to date, she cites parenting three sons with her amazing husband. As the only person in her household under 6’ tall, she looks up to all of “her men”.