Rosie Tran is one of the fastest rising young stars in the entertainment business today. Originally from New Orleans, Louisiana, she moved to Hollywood in 2002 to pursue her career as a professional entertainer. The stand up comedian, writer, and actress has toured the country extensively, performing everywhere from bars, nightclubs, and festivals to some of the top colleges in the U.S. and Canada.
Rosie has been a featured performer at the Boston International Comedy and Movie Festival, the Seattle International Comedy Competition, and Funnyfest in Canada, to name a few. In 2008, she was a Los Angeles area finalist on the hit NBC series, “Last Comic Standing.” She has studied with the top mentors in the country, from the late Paul Sills, founder of the original Second City in Chicago to Gary Austin, father of the Groundlings School in Los Angeles. In 2009, She received an M.A. from California State University in Television and Film.
As a writer, she has been featured in half a dozen comedy joke books, including, “The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Jokes” and “The Comedy Thesauras.” Rosie has been featured on Style Network, Lifetime TV, SiTV, TLC, National Lampoon, and countless other channels, recently finishing the pilot, “P-Lo’s House” with Golden Globe nominated actor, Tom Sizemore.