Rosemarie Bowe
American actress
Rosemarie Bowe
Rosemarie Bowe is an American film and television actress. Her father was a building contractor and her mother was a dress designer. The family moved to Tacoma, Washington when Bowe was a child. She graduated from Stadium High School in Tacoma just before moving to Los Angeles, California.
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USC kicker Matt Boermeester has been suspended as USC investigates a 'code of conduct issue'
LATimes - 16 days
USC has suspended Rose Bowl star Matt Boermeester while the school investigates what it described as "a code of conduct issue,” an athletic department spokesman said Tuesday. Boermeester, a junior from San Diego, made a 46-yard field goal as time expired to give the Trojans a 52-49, win over Penn...
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Shut out of U2's Rose Bowl gig? Good news: A second show has been added
LATimes - about 1 month
Disappointed fans unable to land a ticket for U2's sold-out performance of “The Joshua Tree” at the Rose Bowl on May 20 can relax. The Irish band just announced a second show for May 21. As with the first, the quartet will be performing its 1987 album in its entirety. The new Pasadena date is one...
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Was Clemson-Alabama the most exciting championship game in recent memory?
ABC News - about 1 month
The much-anticipated rematch of Clemson?and Alabama?lived up to the hype. Not only did Monday's sequel feature a number of intriguing pregame storylines, the actual game was one of the most thrilling, back-and-forth title games in recent memory. The knee-jerk reaction after witnessing an instant classic is to rank it historically. Does this game rival the 2006 Rose Bowl, which is largely considered the most exciting championship game in college football history? Earlier, Chris Low took a crack at ranking the top 10 title games based on a number of factors, such as entertainment value, individual performances, surprising upsets and more. We are going to take a more scientific approach to the topic by ranking recent title games (since 2005) based on what we will call the "excitement index." This "index" does not care about off-field factors such as Alabama's place in history; rather, it looks solely at what happened on the field. ...
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USC receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster to declare for NFL draft
LATimes - about 2 months
Receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster will forgo his senior season at USC to declare for the NFL Draft, Smith-Schuster announced on Twitter on Saturday evening, becoming the Trojans’ second early departure following its Rose Bowl victory this week. Guard Damien Mama announced Friday he would enter the draft....
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Day Of Bowl Games Keeps College Football Fans Entertained
NPR - about 2 months
Before the National Championship is decided next week, four bowl games were played on Monday: Sugar Bowl, Rose Bowl, Cotton Bowl and the Outback Bowl. (Image credit: Jae C. Hong/AP)
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Rose Bowl live updates: Penn State is leading USC, 49-42, in fourth quarter
LATimes - about 2 months
Rose Bowl live updates: Penn State is leading USC, 49-42, in fourth quarter Jan. 2, 2017, 5:57 p.m. The USC Trojans are playing the Penn State Nittany Lions in the 103rd Rose Bowl game this afternoon. Join us here for live coverage from the game. Jan. 2, 2017, 5:57 p.m. Penn State leads USC, 49-42,...
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Penn State leads USC, 42-35, in the third quarter
LATimes - about 2 months
Rose Bowl live updates: Penn State is leading USC, 49-35, in third quarter Jan. 2, 2017, 5:10 p.m. The USC Trojans are playing the Penn State Nittany Lions in the 103rd Rose Bowl game this afternoon. Join us here for live coverage from the game. Jan. 2, 2017, 5:10 p.m. Penn State leads USC, 42-35,...
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Rose Bowl live updates: Penn State is leading USC, 28-27, in third quarter
LATimes - about 2 months
Rose Bowl live updates: Penn State is leading USC, 28-27, in third quarter Jan. 2, 2017, 4:46 p.m. The USC Trojans are playing the Penn State Nittany Lions in the 103rd Rose Bowl game this afternoon. Join us here for live coverage from the game. Jan. 2, 2017, 4:46 p.m. Penn State defense tightens...
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Rosemarie Bowe
    THIRTIES
  • 1970
    Age 37
    In 1970, Bowe was in an automobile accident in Sacramento, California, and sustained serious internal injuries.
    More Details Hide Details She crashed into a concrete culvert because of a mechanical failure in the rental car she was driving. At the time, Stack was filming The Name of the Game. He chartered a flight to be with her. Rosemarie Bowe is retired from show business. Her son, Charles Robert Stack, is a retired investment banker.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1956
    Age 23
    In 1956, she married Robert Stack.
    More Details Hide Details The couple became the parents of a daughter, Elizabeth Langford Stack, on January 20, 1957. They shared mutual passions for the outdoors, especially sailing and riding. Stack enjoyed skeet shooting as his favorite pastime. Rosemarie temporarily gave up her career when her children were young.
  • 1954
    Age 21
    In 1954, she appeared in The Golden Mistress and The Adventures of Hajji Baba.
    More Details Hide Details The former was Bowe's first movie after requesting her release from Columbia. As Ann Dexter, she was featured opposite John Agar in an R.K. Productions release, set in Haiti. During filming, she almost drowned, was stung by a sea urchin, and sustained bumps, bruises, and insect bites. Bowe was under option to 20th Century Fox when she filmed The Peacemaker (1956). Based on a novel, the Western also featured James Mitchell. It was released by Hal R. Makelim Productions. Announced in April 1954, the Makelim plan for producing pictures "guaranteed a flow of film products through a fixed fee system." Her later acting roles included appearances in the films Murder on Flight 502 (1977) and Big Trouble (1986), both of which starred her husband Robert Stack, and the TV movie Making of a Male Model (1983).
  • TEENAGE
  • 1950
    Age 17
    Bowe moved to Hollywood in 1950.
    More Details Hide Details Initially, she was signed by film agent Charles K. Feldman. When his production plans stalled, she obtained a contract with Columbia Pictures. She was trained in dramatic acting by Benno Schneider. Her early experience as an entertainer included performing as a singer and dancer in amateur musicals. As a screen debutante, Bowe appeared in Lovely To Look At (1952) with Kathryn Grayson and Red Skelton. The 16 beauties showcased include Jane Lynn, Alma Carroll, Shirley Kimball, Betty Sully, and Honey King. Bowe's part is uncredited, as is her depiction of a swimmer in Million Dollar Mermaid (1952).
    She was crowned Miss Tacoma and Miss Montana in 1950.
    More Details Hide Details In May 1951, Bowe competed in a contest to choose the queen of the sixth annual Home Show and Building Exposition. Along with Mary Ellen Nichols, she was a runner-up to the contest winner, Linda Peterson. When she arrived in California, Bowe secured work as a model. Her measurements were 36–25–36. She is 5'5" tall and has blue-green eyes. Her modeling agency was contacted by a high-fashion photographer, Christa, who suggested she pose for national and fashion magazine portraits. Modeling for magazines such as Eye, Tempo, and Blightly, she eventually made the transition from model to actress in television. Her magazine credits include a Life cover. Bowe's look was at times likened to both Marilyn Monroe and Grace Kelly. She always modeled high fashion rather than lingerie or bathing suits. She was never asked by photographers to pose for cheesecake pictures as were many a pin-up girl. She once said, "Of all the auditions and interviews I have had with casting men, directors, and producers, not one ever made a pass at me. I guess they were afraid of me."
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1932
    Born
    Born on September 17, 1932.
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