Stage, screen, and television actress, Broadway producer and casting agent, Rosetta Lenoire career and personal relationship journey!
Rosetta Lenoire was a stage, screen, and television actress, Broadway producer and casting agent who hailed from America. She gained a lot of popularity and fame for appearing in the role of Estelle “Mother Winslow” on series named Family Matters. She won the National Medal of Arts for her contribution to that series.
Career, Salary, Award, and Net Worth
Rosetta Lenoire started her career by making a debut in the role of Robinson in the film named The Hot Mikado. Also, she appeared onstage as a singer as well as a dancer in plays such as I Had a Ball, Bassa Moona, Marching with Jimmy, Janie, Decision, Three’s a Family and soon.
Later on, she started her own theater company named AMAS Repertory Theatre Company which was dedicated to multi-ethnic productions in New York for her work in the theatre, she won a special award named after her name from The Actors’ Equity Association called the Rosetta LeNoire Award.
Furthermore, she appeared in the role of Estelle “Mother Winslow” on series named Family Matters. She won the National Medal of Arts for her contribution to that series.
As a result of a successful career as an actress, it has presented her fame as well as fortune.
Early Life, Childhood, and Education
Rosetta Lenoire was born on August 8, 1911. Being born in New York City, New York, U.S., her nationality is American. Unfortunately, her parents’ identity, as well as her ethnicity, is unknown. Nevertheless, she developed a keen interest in acting and dancing since a very young age.
Rosetta Lenoire was married two times in her life. Her first marriage was rather very early with William Lenoire in 1929 and ended in divorce in 1943. Her second marriage was with Egbert Brown who ran a fleet of New York taxicabs. They married in 1948 and remained together till 19778. Their marriage lasted for more than 26 years, until Egbert’s death. She had only one child in her life.
At the time of her death, she remained single at the Actors Fund Nursing Home. Sadly, she passed away from the complication caused by diabetes. She owned racism her entire life and revolutionized the entertainment business.
More facts on Rosetta
Rosetta Lenoire has always maintained an admirable and charitable image in her career earning her a respectful reputation. She was very dedicated as well as inspirational by establishing a place for multi-racial people in Hollywood. Also, she showed no interest in fueling any unwanted rumors and controversy which could give her negative impression.