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Rosemarie DeWitt

After a series of acclaimed turns on film and television, Rosemarie DeWitt's grace, style and charm are at the heart of several highly-anticipated projects, where she collaborates with some of the industry's most honored talent.

DeWitt recently starred as the title character in the critically acclaimed Rachel Getting Married. DeWitt is currently in production on Showtime Network's award-winning comedy series, "The United States of Tara." She recently completed filming Lynn Sheldon's Untitled Project opposite Emily Blunt and Mark Duplass and will next be seen in Kenneth Lonergan's Margaret, and in Mike Million's Tenure.

Previous television credits include a recurring role on the critically acclaimed AMC original series "Mad Men;" a starring role on the FOX crime drama "Standoff;" as well as "Rescue Me," "Sex and the City," "Law and Order" and "Queens Supreme."

Additional film credits include Cinderella Man and The Great New Wonderful.

For all her roles on television and in film, DeWitt has maintained a connection to theatre, having starred as Masha in Chekov's Three Sisters (Williamstown), the revival of John Patrick Shanley's Danny and the Deep Blue Sea (2nd Stage), Swimming in the Shallows (2nd Stage), originated the role of Fanny in Craig Lucas' Small Tragedy (Playwright's Horizons, for which the cast won an Obie Award), The Butter and Eggman (Atlantic Theatre Co), Dream Girl (Zipper Theater), St. Scarlet (Ontological Theater), Dead Reckoning (Cherry Lane Theater), Frame 312 (O'Neill Theatre Ctr).

DeWitt is a graduate of Hofstra University with a degree in Creative Studies and she also studied at the Actors Center in New York.