Ruth Buzzi (born July 24, 1936 in Westerly, Rhode Island) is an American actress of theatre, film, and television. She was one out of only four people to appear in every episode of the comedy-variety show Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In (1968-73).
Buzzi also appeared in "You Can't Do That on Television" and numeorus other television shows, and was also a voice actress for "Sesame Street" and "The Smurfs". As of 2004 she was still appearing in movies.
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As of 2004 she was still appearing in movies. She will soon portray Ann-Margret in Elvis, a Mini-series filming in 2005 for CBS about the life of Elvis Presley. Buzzi also appeared in "You Can't Do That on Television" and numeorus other television shows, and was also a voice actress for "Sesame Street" and "The Smurfs". However in 2001 she was cast as Paige Matthews in the hit television series Charmed as a replacement for Shannen Doherty. Currently she can be seen on the show weekly as part of a trio of witchy-sisters. She was one out of only four people to appear in every episode of the comedy-variety show Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In (1968-73). Then several unwise script choices (including a small role in the wrestling-themed movie Ready to Rumble, which was a massive bomb at the box-office) served to nearly push McGowan out of the limelight. Ruth Buzzi (born July 24, 1936 in Westerly, Rhode Island) is an American actress of theatre, film, and television. McGowan ended their two year engagement over "lifestyle differences".
Soon McGowan was popping up as celebrity events in very revealing outfits with Manson on her arm. McGowan was quickly getting a reputation for playing brassy, bitchy and often violent characters, and to add to this reputation she began a very public romance with shock-rocker Marilyn Manson. Her next critically acclaimed performance would be in the 1999 black comedy Jawbreakers where she played a high school student who tries to cover up her (allegedly) accidental murder of a friend. Soon she was appearing everywhere in independent films like Southie, Going All the Way, Lewis & Clark & George, and Phantoms by Dean Koontz.
As the anti-stereotypical busty blonde who gets slaughtered (by, of all things, a garage door) McGowan left a huge impression on the viewing audience. McGowan was cast as Tatum in the hit horror film Scream. Another small role in the film Bio-Dome with Stephen Baldwin led to the role that brought her into major public attention. Araki cast her as the female lead in his hit film The Doom Generation, where she portrayed a foul-mouthed sexpot in the midst of a violent, crime-prone bisexual love triangle.
Her first role was won at the age of 19 as Nora in Encino Man, but it wasn't until she ran away to Los Angeles, California and met independent film director Gregg Araki that she found her big break. that McGowan began modeling. It was in the U.S. Her high school years were spent in Seattle, where her father ended up.
Born to a French mother and an Irish father who were members of the Children of God, and the second oldest of six children, Rose's parents divorced and she moved to Gig Harbor, Washington, when she was just nine years old. Rose McGowan (born September 5, 1975, Florence, Italy) is an American actress.