Veronica Rosati – young, well-educated, actress, model and mother. He owes his success in the film industry to hard work and belief in success. She is involved in public affairs and moves through the fashion world with the lightness of a butterfly. Gentle woman who does not pretend to be someone she is not.
“No one is forced to love. If the guy doesn’t come back, you just have to survive it somehow…”
Table of Contents:
- Veronica Rosati – the beginning of her career
- Life philosophy
- Pole in Hollywood
- Who inspires Veronica Rosati?
Veronica Rosati – the beginning of her career
Talented and beautiful actress, daughter of famous parents. His father was a foreign minister, his mother a designer. Probably thanks to her, Veronika moves in the world of fashion with a lightness and grace that can be envied by the stars of world cinema. He also owes his mother a start in the film industry. It was she who drove her daughter to castings and shows, trying to introduce her to the world of show business.
Veronika’s career began in 2000. She then starred in the series ‘Class on Heels. Then came film roles in “M for Love,” “It’s Always Worth It,” “Pitbull,” “Betrayal Advice,” and “Tax on Love.” Her acting ambitions were not limited to the domestic backyard. She has tried her hand abroad, and although it is difficult for an actress from Poland to make a name for herself in foreign productions, she has achieved success. Before this success, Veronica Rosati was more often heard of in the context of her numerous affairs including with men much older than herself. Undoubtedly, a morsel for the boulevard press. Private life is a person’s inner sphere and his professional success is evidenced by his achievements and not by rumors about him.
Veronica can boast of achievements. She was nominated for an Academy Award for her role in “In Darkness,” directed by Agnieszka Holland. In 2013 to the Eagle – Polish Film Award. The weekly magazine Polityka awarded her the Sakharov Prize. Poli Negri.
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Monica says that “karma comes back, so it pays to be good to others.” He puts words into action by engaging with women’s issues. Educated, familiar with the world (she lived with her parents in Switzerland for five years), she relies on acting artistry without flaunting nudity. Gentle woman, at the age of 18, refused to accept the role because it involved showing her bare back in front of the camera. Among her favorite activities is reading classics of English literature in the original.
By her own admission: “I love the sun, the palm trees, the ocean and all these beautiful sights.” She settled in Los Angeles and on her social network she wrote: “I won’t pretend to do something I’m not actually doing, or pretend to be someone I’m not really.”
Pole in Hollywood
In her career, she relied solely on her skills and not on her parents’ well-known name. She perfected her acting skills at the Buffo Theater and then at the Halina and Jan Machulski Private Acting School. She continued her studies at the acting department of the Łódź Film School. She didn’t stop there. She studied at the exclusive Stella Adler Academy of Acting in Los Angeles and the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute in New York.
Years of acting training have resulted in roles alongside stars of world cinema. Although these were supporting roles, Weronika achieved a success that other Polish actresses can only dream of. She made her dreams a reality. Few people around her believed in this success. In the possibility of a Polish woman in Hollywood. She didn’t weigh in. As she admitted: “Well, I guess I’ve been famous for breaking all kinds of stereotypes for over twenty years. You could say it’s my trademark. Why am I doing this? Because I believe that women have much more power, strength and capabilities than we are given credit for.”
Who inspires Veronica Rosati?
Whether at home or on the red carpet, she always looks phenomenal spreading an aura of unforced elegance around her. She delights with her creations and original accessories. She looks stunning in both a gown from Dolce&Gabbana and a creation created by her mother. The actress’s role model is Elizabeth Taylor. In a nod to her, she wore a cross to one of her dresses. Taylor just designed. In an interview with “Viva” she said: “Elizabeth Taylor is fascinating. He is my inspiration.”
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Veronica Rosati, actress, gentle woman involved in various charitable activities. A person for whom life is not limited to Hollywood. Also a model. She took part in advertising campaigns for Avon, Procter&Gamble, Dr. Irena Eris.
Talented and successful abroad, she does not receive many proposals from domestic directors. In a way, this is due to the fact that the place of residence, although the distance does not matter in the case of the proposal of an interesting role. She will never match her film guru and become the Polish equivalent of Elizabeth Taylor. Nevertheless, it is important to appreciate what has already happened to her.