Rose, Ruby

Australian model, actress, DJ, and TV host Ruby Rose Langenheim was born on March 20, 1986[1]. Rose worked as a host for MTV Australia from 2007 to 2011, and then went on to do a number of high-profile modeling jobs, including for Maybelline New York in Australia. She has also co-hosted a number of television programs, such as Australia's Next Top Model (2009) and The Project on Network Ten (2009-2011).

Starting in 2008, Rose actively sought out an acting career. Her breakout role as Piper Chapman on Orange Is the New Black's third season (2015–2016) brought her to the attention of a wider audience after she appeared in the drama film Around the Block (2013). She also co-starred in the musical comedy Pitch Perfect 3 (2017) and the monster film The Meg (2018), and she had roles in the action films Resident Evil: The Final Chapter (2016), XXX: Return of Xander Cage (2017), and John Wick: Chapter 2 (2017). In the first season of the CW show Batwoman (2019–2020), she also played the title role as Kate Kane/Batwoman.

Early life [ edit ]

Rose's mother, Katia Langenheim [3,] was only 20 years old when she gave birth to her daughter Rose in Melbourne. In addition, she is the great-granddaughter of German-born film star Ellen Bang While Rose was a child, her family moved around quite a bit. She spent time in rural Victoria, Tasmania, and Surfers Paradise before settling in Melbourne. She went to University High and Footscray City College when she was a teen [5]. Native Australian boxer Lionel Rose's goddaughter, Rose is also the great-granddaughter of Alec Campbell, the last surviving Australian soldier from the Battle of Gallipoli. [7]

Career [ edit ]

Professional Modeling and the Fashion Industry [ edit ]

Rose entered the Girlfriend model search for the first time in 2002, where she placed second to Catherine McNeil. She co-created a capsule collection with the Australian label Milk and Honey in 2010. Milk and Honey Designed by Ruby Rose[8] features washed denim, leather jackets, and graphic T-shirts designed by Ruby Rose. The clothing line was sold at a few Australian stores. Rose also dropped a line of shoes designed in tandem with the streetwear label Gallaz.

Rose and Phoebe Dahl started their clothing line Faircloth Lane in 2014 as a result of their collaboration. She is frequently featured in high-profile fashion publications like Vogue Australia, InStyle, Marie Claire, Cleo, Cosmopolitan, Maxim, Nylon, and New York's Inked. She has represented such companies as JVC, JAG, and Georg Jensen in Australia, all of which are renowned fashion houses. For Maybelline New York in Australia, Rose is the poster girl.

Rose has been the brand ambassador for Urban Decay since March of 2016. [9]

While in March of 2017, Rose was featured in Nike's "Kiss My Airs" campaign for Air Max Day. Rose was the campaign star for the debut of Swarovski's 'Urban Fantasy' FW17 Collection back in May. [11]

TV host and VJing as a profession [ edit ]

Rose beat out two thousand other applicants during a three-week national search to become Australia's next MTV VJ after former VJ Lyndsey Rodrigues relocated to the United States to co-host TRL. When competing against Jackass, she chugged 100 beers in 100 minutes. ' s Bam Margera, and kissed complete strangers on a crowded Sydney street. "Being a model, there is always something they want to change," she said. MTV wants you to be yourself, even if they want someone a little bit skinnier, a little bit taller, or a little bit prettier. avoids censorship and avoids conforming to norms "[7]

Rose was named the ASTRA's Favorite Female Personality in 2009. Furthermore, she visited Kenya to "highlight Astounding efforts by Global Vision International She was a guest judge on the episode "Media Virgins" of Australia's Next Top Model [5] and a correspondent for the season finale [13]. [14]

The 7pm Project is an Australian news talk show that has been hosted by Rose, Dave Hughes, Charlie Pickering, Carrie Bickmore, and James Mathison since July 2009. The show is produced by Roving Enterprises and airs weeknights on Network Ten in Australia. [15] She dropped out to focus on her own hosting endeavors. It was announced in October 2009 that FOX8 had acquired the rights to the UK format Ultimate School Musical[16], which follows a group of regular high school students as they attempt to stage a musical to professional standards in just six weeks. With Rose at the helm, FremantleMedia Australia created and aired the Australian adaptation in 2010. [[17]] Aside from being a Foxtel correspondent for the 2010 Winter Olympics, Rose has also hosted the network's Mardi Gras for three years running. Rose co-hosted the MTV Europe Music Awards with Ed Sheeran in Milan, Italy, in October 2015.

Career in Acting [ edit ]

Beginnings: 2008-2014 [ edit ]

In 2008, Rose was cast as the lead in Suite for Fleur, an Australian comedy. She represented Generation M alongside comedian Josh Thomas on the premiere episode of Talkin' 'Bout Your Generation in 2009. [18][19] In the film Around the Block (2013), she costarred with Christina Ricci and Jack Thompson.

Rose attributes her acting career's success to the 2014 short film Break Free, which she also produced. When she was rejected by every manager, agent, and audition she attended, she decided to make short films "to give myself something to do and to study my craft," as she explained in an interview with Variety. In a short amount of time, the movie was viewed by millions of people around the world. [21]

Fame and Orange is the New Black in the years 2015-2018 [ edit ]

Rose joined the cast of Orange Is the New Black for its third season in 2015. It was Rose's character, Stella Carlin, "whose sarcastic sense of humor and captivating looks quickly draw the attention of some of Litchfield's inmates." Rose's performance was well-received by the audience in general, [22][23]" [24] She also had a cameo in the science fiction series Dark Matter as Wendy, the service robot. [25]

Rose voices Tom Felton's fiancee Bianca in the animated film Sheep & Wolves. [citation needed] In 2016 and 2017, Rose appeared in three action film sequels, XXX: Return of Xander Cage, alongside Vin Diesel, Resident Evil: The Final Chapter as Abigail, and John Wick: Chapter 2, alongside Keanu Reeves; she also played a musical rival in the comedy Pitch Perfect 3, which was released in December 2017 At the age of 26, Rose appeared alongside many other famous faces in a Warner Bros. film The Meg with Jason Statham; the shark movie was released on August 10, 2018; the novel was written by the same name. [27]

Year of Publication: 2019–2020 Batgirl [ edit ]

The news that Rose had been cast as Batwoman in an Arrowverse crossover was announced on August 7th, 2018. It has been noted that her character, Kate Kane, is the first lesbian lead superhero on television [28]. On October 6, 2019, The CW aired the first episode of Batwoman. There was online backlash and criticism after Rose was cast as Batwoman [30]. DC Comics, the company that owns Batwoman's rights, reintroduced the character as a lesbian of Jewish descent in 2006. [31][32] While Rose's lack of Jewish heritage was a target of some online commenters' ire, the main criticism centered on the claim that her gender identity makes her "not gay enough" for the role. After receiving so much negative feedback, Rose decided to delete her Twitter and Instagram accounts [31]. Before leaving Twitter, she posted a response to the criticism, writing, "Where on earth did 'Ruby is not a lesbian therefore she can't be batwoman' come from — has to be the funniest most ridiculous thing I've ever read." "[33] Rose urged solidarity between women and minorities, specifically women and the LGBT community, urging them to be more kind and supportive of one another. [31][33]

Published in EW ' Rose also addressed the criticism she received for being cast as Batwoman in the CW's 2019 LGBTQ special issue. There was a need for a gender-neutral character on Orange is the New Black, she said, which led to her auditioning for the show. [34] However, she added, "when I got cast as a lesbian in Batwoman," she faced criticism for her gender-fluid identity. Not being a woman, not being lesbian enough; I didn't realize that being gender-fluid meant I couldn't be a lesbian. She admitted that her first reaction was disdain, but that she had since wondered if there was anything she could do to make it so that nobody else would be hurt by the revelation of her true identity. and considered coining a term to indicate that she is "fluid in (her) gender, but also a lesbian" so as not to offend anyone. "[34]

Rose left Batwoman after the first season on May 19, 2020, but she never explained why. Subsequently, Javicia Leslie's character, Ryan Wilder, took over the role, and the original character was written out of the series (see note 35). Rose revealed in a later interview that she hurt herself during the pilot's production. Having back surgery after an injury was a factor in her decision to leave the show, which she described as "taxing" in August of 2020. In an interview for ComicBookMovie published in March of 2021, [38] While being interviewed by com, Rose was asked if she would ever return to her role as Kate, and she said, "I would totally do it." Developing the new Batwoman is more crucial than delving too deeply into Kate Kane at this point in the story, so I don't think that would be in the best interest of the narrative, but of course I would love to see it happen. She continued, "I've seen a couple of episodes, and I think how they're handling it is beautiful. It's [Ryan Wilder's] moment to shine, in my opinion. Later that month, English actress Wallis Day was chosen to play Kate Kane, whose character in the show would undergo plastic surgery to fix injuries she sustained in an airplane crash. [40] In response to an Instagram post honoring Rose's time in the role, Rose gushed over Day's selection, writing that she was "stoked" about the decision. [41]

Rose's latex allergy, which she revealed in July 2021, was a factor in her decision to stop playing Batwoman. Several months later, in October, she began publishing allegations of an abusive and dangerous working environment on the Batwoman set, in which she named Warner Bros. executive Peter Roth, costars Dougray Scott and Camrus Johnson, and others involved in the production as the perpetrators. In response, Johnson stated that Rose had been terminated from her role as Batwoman (rather than resigning, as she had claimed)[46] at Warner Bros. and then issued a statement in response, saying, "Warner Bros. Television had decided not to exercise its option to engage Ruby for season two after multiple complaints about her workplace behavior." [47]

2020–present [ edit ]

To raise money for the victims of the COVID-19 pandemic, Rose played Viola in a livestreamed table-read of Twelfth Night on May 22, 2020. She also has a role in the upcoming action comedy Three Sisters ([48][a]). [49]

Rose took a break from Hollywood and moved back to her native Australia in November of 2021.2 [50]

Community service and musical performance [ edit ]

The song "Guilty Pleasure" was Rose's debut, and it was co-written and co-produced by Gary Go. She produced and directed "On Your Side" by The Veronicas in November of 2016. She annually travels to Laos and Africa to volunteer, and she is a supporter of numerous causes (and the winner of a charity boxing match).

Rose is an ambassador for Headspace, an organization that promotes the mental health of young people and works to end bullying. She is well-known for her extensive tattoos, which she flaunted in a photo spread for Maxim Australia and PETA's "I'd Rather Go Naked Than Wear Fur" campaign. "[53][54]

Life on the Individual Level [ edit ]

In the 12th grade, Rose declared herself to be a lesbian. She claims that because of her sexuality and gender variation, male classmates verbally and physically harassed and abused her. She was sexually abused as a child [57][58] by a member of her own family. [59]

Rose disclosed that she had always believed she was a boy and had even begun accumulating the necessary funds to undergo a physical change from female to male. She explained, "It had been on my mind as something I wanted to do, and then I just went ahead and did it." [58][60] didn't I think I just outgrew it. Because I was so determined to prevent the development of breasts, I even took to sleeping on my stomach. Rose, who wants children someday, said she's glad she didn't have gender reassignment surgery and expressed her satisfaction with her current body in a revealing quote from the article: "[60] As a model, she was able to experiment with androgyny and explore different gender roles, as she explained in [56]. The owner of the yum cha restaurant where she and her father were eating approached her and said, "Excuse me, we're trying to work out if you're a handsome boy or a beautiful girl." I was taken aback by the compliment, but upon reflection, I realized that I secretly aspired to be a handsome boy. "[61]

Rose identifies as gender-neutral and has said, "I am very gender fluid and feel more like I wake up every day sort of gender neutral." About a week after the release of Break Free, in which she goes from looking like a very feminine woman to looking like a heavily tattooed man, she made the announcement [[62][63]. Although Rose has expressed a preference for maintaining the use of feminine pronouns,[64] she also makes use of they/them. [65] If she had to choose, she would identify as male, but she is content with her gender and does not feel that she should have been born with a different set of reproductive organs. She considered whether her need to transition matched that of her transgender friends, but ultimately decided she was content with her gender nonconforming identity. For the time being, I believe I will maintain my femininity, but who knows She continued, "Right now, I feel wonderful about it because I'm so at ease, but my feelings about it often change." [58]

A year after getting engaged to Phoebe Dahl, a fashion designer, in 2014, Rose and Dahl called off their engagement in December 2015. After dating in 2008, Rose dated The Veronicas singer Jess Origliasso from October 2016 until April 2018. [69]

Rose is a vegan because of global warming. [70]

Rose is an avid fan of the Geelong Cats of the Australian Football League. [71]

Problems with Health [ edit ]

At 12, Rose attempted suicide due to her struggles with depression. She has suffered from mental health issues her whole life, including complex post-traumatic stress disorder and clinical depression (which was initially misdiagnosed as bipolar disorder), and has attempted suicide on multiple occasions. [72]

Due to physical stunt work for Batwoman, Rose needed immediate surgery to repair two herniated discs in her spine in 2019. According to her, paralysis was a real possibility if she hadn't gotten the operation. [73]

Throughout the press [ edit ]

Flower Show at the 2012 Australian Fashion Week

Rose's gender identity, gender expression, and physical appearance, including her tattoos and resemblances to Angelina Jolie, Justin Bieber, and a younger Leonardo DiCaprio, have garnered widespread media attention. She was named to SameSame's list of the "25 Most Influential Gay and Lesbian Australians" for two consecutive years (2008 and 2009) [74][75][76]. When Rose first appeared on Orange Is the New Black, she received a lot of attention from the public and the media, especially from heterosexual women who had things to say about her appearance. In 2015, she ranked fifth on Google's list of most-searched people [74][78]. Three of 2017's "Sexiest Vegans" were chosen from among her, and she was one of them. [80]

According to Maclean's writer Emma Teitel: "Rose looks like an androgynous Angelina Jolie; she's got the sharp edges and the smooth curves that make her so unique. She's a badass with a Justin Bieber haircut and a permanently arched brow. You could say she's the Lesbian James Dean. Even the cisgender ladies are going crazy for her. "[78] Alex Rees of Cosmopolitan said that everybody was smitten with Rose when she first appeared on Orange Is the New Black in its third season. [81][78]

Rose commented on the public discussion of her physical appearance and the subsequent debate on sexual fluidity after heterosexual women said they would "go gay" for her, saying that while she thought it was brilliant and was neutral on the matter, she did acknowledge the conversation because she was aware of it. Some people felt the public display of affection for her was in poor taste because they interpreted it to mean homosexuality is a personal choice. Rose has stated that she thinks people are being complimentary rather than trying to be derogatory or diminish the coming out process when they make such comments. She argued that the LGBT community should back the idea that anyone can and should identify as genderqueer, gender-neutral, bisexual, or transgender in today's more accepting culture. [81]

Filmography [ edit ]

Film [ edit ]

Television [ edit ]

Year Title Role Notes 2007–2011 MTV Down Under Herself MTV VJ 2009–2010 20 to 1 2 episodes 2009 Discussion of Your Age Group, Here. Personally / Invitee Top Model Search in Australia Co-Host, Special Guest Judge, or She 2009 MTV Australia Award Winners Self-Hosted / Hostess 2009–2011 The Plan Themselves / Co-Host 2010 The Greatest Ever Musical in an Elementary School Itself / Host The Logie Awards XXII Olympic Winter Games, Vancouver 2013 "Mr. & Mrs. Murder" Herself The "Early Checkout" Episode. 2015–2016 TV Show: "Orange Is the New Black" Carlin, Stella Winner of the SAG Award for Best Ensemble in a Comedy Series
In the running for the Glamour Award for Best Actress in an International Television Production 2015 Invisible Stuff Wendy Title: "Episode Seven" Awards Show for European Music by MTV In Her Own Right; Co-Host 2017 Lip Sync Showdown Herself Season 3, Episode 1: "Milla Jovovich vs. Ruby Rose" 2018–2019 The Flash Batgirl/Kate Kane Episodes: "Crisis on Infinite Earths, Part 3" and "Elseworlds, Part 1" (both uncredited). Arrow The second installment of "Elseworlds" and the fourth installment of "Crisis on Infinite Earths" are both episodes. Supergirl Season 3 Episodes "Elseworlds" and "Crisis on Infinite Earths"[82] 2019–2020 Batwoman First-year starring role
Two-dozen Shows 2020 Tomorrow's Legends Season 5, episode 5 of "Crisis on Infinite Earths" 2022 Ink Master Herself Season 14 Judge Guest

Videos of songs [ edit ]

Year Title Artist Role Notes 2011 Men who are just like you 360 Acquaintance With Romantic Interest 2012 The phrase "Guilty Pleasure" She and Gary Take a Trip Herself 2016 One Who Is With You AKA The Veronicas Interested Party Furthermore, the author and the director 2017 To Mend a Broken Heart" Evermoist Calamity (From the Film Pitch Perfect 3) 2020 The phrase "Yo Visto As" means "I Saw It That Way." Bad Bunny Herself

Accolades and nominations [ edit ]

Notes [ edit ]

  1. ^ Batwoman's Nicole Kang (Mary Hamilton) was also a part of this production, playing the role of Maria.

References [ edit ]

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  90. ^ "Those Dreadful Golden Raspberry Awards!"

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