By Kate Sandoval | 09/07/2011 - 13:00
Throughout her long and successful career, Puerto Rican actress Rosie Perez hasn’t changed much—she’s stuck to her gorgeous, rich brunette hair color, kept her skin clear and bronzed, and added, if anything, a touch of lip color. Whether she embraces her natural curls or cuts bangs, the star continues to Do the Right Thing!
By Mariela Rosario | 09/07/2011 - 08:17
When Rosie Perez goes back to her home in Puerto Rico, she tells Access Hollywood it’s nothing like it is over here in the states! She dishes, “it really is a beautiful thing to go to relx and let go and when I go home, that’s exactly what I do.” And we may know her best as the lovely “Rosie Perez”, but when she’s in PR, it’s a different story! “Everybody just knows me as rose or rosie or lil rosie or Rosita” she says, “and nobody really gives two cents about rosie perez” Check out Rosie’s full interview below!
By Adriana Rivera | 06/03/2011 - 13:16
—Rosie Perez, who never attended her high school prom, is holding her own “adult dance” with profits benefiting the Urban Arts Partnership. Expected celebrity guests include America Ferrera, Jesse Eisenberg and Alan Cumming.
By Johanna Ferreira | 05/20/2011 - 14:41
-Rosie Perez is suing Law & Order: SVU. The Puerto Rican worked on the show in September playing the mother of an abused child and claims she had suffered serious neck injuries while she was filming. She is suing the production company for negligence.
By Mariela Rosario | 10/01/2010 - 11:20
Rosie Perez teamed up with Fight Back NY to share a message about equal rights and same-sex marriage. "When it comes to equality in this state and in this country, gay people deserve the same rights as everyone else. Period," declares Perez.
By Janel Martinez | 08/13/2010 - 09:00
¡Felicidades Dora! Dora Marquez, the first-ever animated Latina character, debuted on Nickelodeon August 14, 2000 and immediately became the number-one rated preschool show on commercial television to date. The show has been honored with various awards and received 16 Daytime Emmy nominations.
By Mariela Rosario | 10/28/2009 - 09:25
Sony put on an impressive star-studded gala for the premiere of Kenny Ortega's This Is It concert film showing Michael Jackson's last days. In another example of how over-exploited the pop star's death has become, the This Is It premiere may be the first ever to sell merchandise commemorating the event. T-shirts, the film's CD and key chains were on sale for those lucky enough to be in attendance at the highly anticipated debut.