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Overview (2)

Born in Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada
Height 5' 5" (1.65 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Gabrielle Rose is an award winning actor, born in BC. Canada. She is is married to actor Hrothgar Mathews. They have two children, Liam and Finn. Her grandfather was a producer, playwright, L Arthur Rose, known for writing the hit musical Me and My Girl. Gabrielle has worked in film, television, and theatre. She is known for her indie film work in Canada, most notably for 'The Sweet Hereafter', 'Maudie' and 'Kingsway'.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Gabrielle Rose

Spouse (1)

Hrothgar Mathews (? - present) (1 child)

Trivia (8)

Gained 15 pounds for her role in The Sweet Hereafter (1997).
In 2000, she added her voice to a Canadian Heritage Moment commercial for the Terrace massacre.
Frequently appears in the films of director Atom Egoyan.
Gabrielle and her husband, Hrothgar Mathews, have a son, Liam.
Her grandfather wrote for the musical stage in England, and her father was a child actor there. Eventually Gabrielle returned to England herself to study acting.
She has portrayed a large number of real-life characters, including Elizabeth I, Mary Stuart, and Hitler's favorite photographer, Leni Riefenstahl.
She has guest starred in the second episode of the first season of two different TV shows; "Deep Throat" in The X-Files (1993) and "Metamorphosis" in Smallville (2001).
Probably best known to UK audiences for her appearances as Brenda in Yorkshire Television's Rising Damp (1974-78).

Personal Quotes (3)

[on pursuing an acting career] You knock firmly on the door and if it opens you walk through. If it doesn't open, don't smash it down - just walk away. It means that this wasn't the right direction for you now. It means there might be something else you need to do ..maybe there is a script you need to write or a class you have to take. Desperation doesn't get you any work so don't try to break that door down. Recognize that closed door for what it is, time to choose a different door... for now.
[on performing in 'Everything and Everyone'] We had the complete script but we were allowed to let it breathe and we danced around with it. That is what is wonderful about independent film - it is just such a different process.
[on 19th century occultist Helena Blavatsky] She wanted to promote universal brotherhood. She believed in the equality of all mankind, which was a unique stance to take in the day and age that she was brought up... I think she had a brilliant mind, was probably innately a great scientist, but her talent was to be a magician, a circus performer, an incredible orator, an entertainer in many ways. So that's how she kept herself afloat - by producing miracles and phenomena.

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