Rosemary Prinz, first and foremost an actress of the stage,gained national prominence when she first appeared as Penny on As The World Turns. She would play Penny for twelve years while at the same time working on Broadway and off Broadway. In a career that spans fifty years,she has performed in National Tours as well as in America's major Regional theatres in roles that define the American Stage as we know it. A few Broadway highlights include: Tribute with Jack Lemmon, Prisoner of Second Avenue with Art Carney, and Grey Eyed People with Walter Matthau. Off Broadway she created the role of M'lynn in Steel Magnolias and her most recent National tour was Driving Miss Daisy. Yet it is her Regional Theatre work of which she remains most proud - she has worked at The Humana Festival, The American Shaw Festival, Milwaukee Rep, St.Louis Rep, from Portland Stage to the Alley Theatre in Houston,and as far abroad as Japan. Recently she has starred in four productions of The Master Class as well as the world premiere of Purple Heart at Steppenwolf. The Bread, My Sweet is her first feature film.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2003.
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