Rob DeRosa                           

*News *

Just shot a Co-Star role on a new episodic series 
for Netflix!
Full details & air date to follow.  


Recently shot a Co-Star role 

on the pilot episode of  

                a new network TV series                 

 premiering April 2018!  

Details to follow.


                                            Recently appeared in episode 5 of the new                                                                           
  TV Series "The Breaks" for VH1 as an

emotionally-disturbed guy in a police station


Appeared in episode 3 of  

"Unbreakable Kimmy 

for Netflix, 
playing CREEP


As the Pimp in episode 3 (Season 1) "False Face, False Heart"

in "Shades of Blue" on NBC


 Appeared in a Co-Star role as

'Crazy Man' in

The Mysteries of Laura" 

confronted by

 Laura (Debra Messing) & Billy (Laz Alonso), episode
"The Mystery of the Deceased Documentarian" on NBC.

Appeared in a co-star role on GOTHAM for Warner Bros TV playing

'Scarred Man', a jailed killer holding a guard hostage.

"Everyone has a Cobblepot" on FOX


WHITE COLLAR on USA network 

in a Co-Star role for the final episode of the series

alongside show's creator, Jeff Easton

Appeared in a Co-Star role on The Carrie Diaries for the CW Channel 


Appearing in an upcoming SAG feature film, Sci-Fi thriller, called "THE APP" 

directed by Dena Hysell & Isak Borg & starring Sean Faris,

Ray, a gentle, grateful homeless man who becomes a victim of The APP

 invention turning Ray into a vicious killer.

Coming soon to a theater near you!

Television Co-Star roles: Ronald on the new episodic show for Paramount TV & Netflix as Head Psych Guard
The Last O.G.
, a new TV series w/Tracy Morgan for TBS, as an inmate who bids farewell to him as he's released from his incarceration;
The Breaks, as Indigent Man, an 
emotionally-disturbed guy in a police station going on and on about his paranoid delusions; Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt as CREEP, for Netflix, as an extremely judgmental guy in a library; the new series Shades of Blue as a Pimp in a seedy motel scene involved in an altercation with an "employee" for NBC; The Mysteries of Laura, as 'the knife-wielding, drugged up Crazy Man' for NBC; Gotham as 'Scarred Man', a jailed killer holding a guard hostage for FOX; 
White Collar as a down-and-out guy for the USA Network (appearing in the final episode of the final season with the creator of the show); The Carrie Diaries for Warner Bros. as a homeless guy who doesn't like cream cheese, for the CW Channel.

roles: the upcoming feature film The APP as Ray, a victim turned murderer (starring Sean Faris) produced by Rompus Room Prods, directed by Dena Hysell & Isak Borg; 
A Hollywood Love Story as a Soap producer with questionable methods, Terry Donnellan, Director/Writer; a short/Indie film, Dear Scarlet as Charles Hoffman, a man in love with someone who exists only in his imagination.   

Rob attended the High School of Performing Arts and began his career by working in the Off Off Broadway theatre scene.  One of these productions, NYC Street Show, moved to an Off B'way theatre, The Actors Playhouse, and an agent (Monty Silver) who saw him in that production represented him on getting cast as the understudy in a production of Landscape of the Body at the NY Public theatre's Newmann Thtre, with Shirley Knight & F. Murray Abraham.  When he was asked to replace in the juvenile lead role in Landscape, a few agents from the Bloom Agency attended and the next day was signed with J. Michael Bloom Agency's Legit Dept.  Soon after, he was cast and made his Broadway debut, as a replacement in the TONY Award/Pulitzer Prize winning The Shadow Box at the Lunt Fontanne Theatre.  Following this, he made his film debut in Voices for MGM Studios as Demetrius, with Barry Miller.  Next, a workshop production of Nite Lites (Sleeparound Town) at the Public Theatre, under the direction of Wilford Leach.  Joseph Papp & his artistic team were interested in the cast & creative team doing this as a main-stage production and encouraged the writer to further develop the piece.  Rob was then offered the role, again, in The Shadow Box under the direction of Richard Chamberlain at the Charles Playhouse in Boston, Mass. He was then cast in an Off B'way production of Funeral March for a One Man Band at Westbeth Theatre (with Dwight Schultz) playing Tiny, who had terminal cancer (and this was a musical!).  Then, went on to study Stella Adler with Mary Carver, Strasberg's Method with Ed Kovens, and finally, Sanford Meisner's work with James Price, Kathryn Gately and Fred Kareman, respectively.  

Recent roles: Oscar Madison in The Odd Couple for Cider Mill Playhouse; Bob in Uncle Bob, by Austin Pendelton; The Mestizo in The Power & the Glory for the Storm Theatre, and in Victor Gluck's review for Backstage he said "
The evening was almost stolen by the slimy, insidious performance of Rob DeRosa as the street beggar who becomes the priest's Judas;" and Martin Denton, for NY said "
commanding performance by Rob DeRosa as an unnamed Mestizo who serves as catalyst for the Priest's fall and subsequent redemption"; and  the American Theatre Web said " comes as an extraordinary surprise when the actor erupts with violent anger and strength."  For the NY Fringe Festival Rob played SatanFucker in Deviant, and Soline McLain for NY said "Rob DeRosa's Satan fucker monologue is a highlight of the show.When he played Frank Roman in the original production of Slap & Tickle, Gay City News said "Rob DeRosa is a heartfelt Frank, a young man who suffered a bias crime.
Hedda for Curt Dempster's Director's Lab; Mark in By Any Means @ Abron Arts Center; Sydney in Dennis Gets a Life at the Unconscious Collective;  Torch in Beirut at the Flatiron theatre.
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