Wendy Rosoff

Bio

Wendy is a crazy dog lady. When she’s not busy obsessing over her yorkie, Bruno, she likes to make stuff up. Wendy has been seen on Broadway, regionally and internationally. She has performed at Carnegie Hall and was recorded for the PBS Great Performances series in the televised special My Favorite Broadway: The Leading Ladies of Broadway as one of Broadway’s up-and-coming leading ladies. A few favorite stage credits include Irving Berlin’s White Christmas (Rita) under the direction of Tony Award winner Walter Bobbie, The Radio City Christmas Spectacular (Mrs. Claus), A Christmas Carol at Madison Square Garden under the direction of Tony Award winner Susan Stroman, the Tony Award–winning revival of 42nd Street (original cast), choreographed by Randy Skinner, Falsettos at L.A.’s Third Street Theatre (Broadwayworld.com winner – L.A.’s Best Ensemble Cast), as well as being a guest artist for the past three seasons at the amazing Transcendence Theatre Company  in Sonoma, CA.  Wendy wrote, produced, co-choreographed and starred in a one-woman show called Confessions of a Christmas Banshee that premiered in Los Angeles to critical acclaim. In addition, she’s been seen singing and dancing on the Tony Awards, The Rosie O’Donnell Show, The Late Show with David Letterman, the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade and The Today Show, among others. Favorite film/TV credits include Cross (Sony), Cabin Fever 2 (Lionsgate), The Prestige (Touchstone), Shameless (Showtime), Castle (ABC), Criminal Minds (CBS), and the pilot of Good Behavior (ABC). In addition, Wendy is extremely active in creating and acting in web content. Past series include Goodnight Burbank as series regular Zoe Travis(original cast), Groupthink as series regular Pilar Von Rosenberg, and guest star roles on The Temp Life, Killer Robots, and Two Peas in Your Pod. Wendy is co-producer and cast member of All Skate: The Improvised Broadway Musical, which was the house musical improv team at Second City Hollywood. As an educator, Wendy is on faculty at The American Musical and Dramatic Academy and she also currently co-directs the adult musical theatre program at The Strasberg Institute and co-created Strasberg’s “Musicals Of Broadway” production series.