Jessica Rothe Wiki, Bio, Age, Net Worth, and Other Facts

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Jessica Rothe Wiki, Bio, Age, Net Worth, and Other Facts

Below is a compiled list of the most interesting facts about Jessica Rothe. Check it out!

Rothe was born Jessica Rothenberg on May 28, 1987 in Denver, Colorado, the daughter of Steve and Susan Rothenberg. Jessica is known for her role in the Academy-award winning film La La Land (2016). She came into limelight starring as Tree Gelbman in the horror- thriller, Happy Death Day (2017). Rothe is also famous for her outstanding performance in the comedy-drama, Lily & Kat (2015), where she played the title role of Lily. Apart from films, she has made a name for herself in the television industry too. Some of her notable works on television are The Onion News Network (2011), Gossip Girl (2007), and Mary + Jane (2016). She hails from a theatre background and is a trained ballet dancer. Rothe has portrayed a range of characters from an insecure narcissist to a chirpy girl next door.

Interesting Facts about Jessica Rothe

  • Became engaged to Eric Clem on New Year Eve 2018.
  • She is the daughter of Susan and Steve Rothenberg, of Denver, Colorado.
  • She is a graduate of Boston University. She got her BFA degree in 2009.
  • She is of Polish Jewish/Russian Jewish (father) and English, Scottish, and German (mother) descent.

Personal Quotes by Jessica Rothe

The thing that’s amazing about working with Chris Landon is that he has such an encyclopedic knowledge of all films in all genres.

- Jessica Rothe

It’s very rare to watch a movie and think, ‘That’s the movie we shot!’ So many things happen, with edits and things getting cut out.

- Jessica Rothe

When ‘The Ring’ came out, it destroyed me for an entire week. I just couldn’t deal with how terrifying that film was.

- Jessica Rothe

I love power ballads and the earnest lack of irony and emotion that exists in ’80s music, along with synth guitars, of course.

- Jessica Rothe

Many times, people who are self-involved or bullies, it stems from a place of hurt and insecurity within oneself.

- Jessica Rothe
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