Rosalie Roy

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Rosa Lee Anderson

June 13, 1909
DiedJune 9, 1990(1990-06-09) (aged 80)
CitizenshipUnited States of America

Rosalie Roy (June 13, 1909 – June 9, 1990), born Rosa Lee Anderson, was an American actress, a starlet with Fox and Warner Brothers in the 1930s,

She appeared in the Fox Studios picture "Trans-Atlantic" in 1931[1] and the next year was signed to a long-term contract with Universal Pictures.[2] She eventually appeared in 17 films,[3] including the musical comedy "Hang Up Your Hat"[4] and the Warner Brothers picture "Gentlemen Are Born".[5] She is best known for Clancy of the Mounted (1933) and Young as You Feel (1931 film).[6]

She was described as one of the "sirenic ladies of the ensemble"[7] with auburn hair but "photographed as a brunette.[8] She was good friends with fellow actress Jean Harlow.


  1. "'Trans-Atlantic' Cast Contains Notable Names," Los Angeles Times, 6 Aug 1931
  2. "Rosalie Roy Given Contract," Los Angeles Times, 6 Nov 1932
  3. Rosalie Roy bio on Turner Classic Movies
  4. "Musical Revue to open Monday," Los Angeles Times, 9 Aug 1932
  5. "New Picture to Answer Demand for New Faces," Los Angeles Times, 12 Aug 1934
  6. Rosalie Roy biography on IMDB
  7. "Record Troupe of Actors Add to Week-End Gayety," Washington Post, 5 Mar 1933
  8. "Notes of stars and films," New York Times, 31 May 1931

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