Rose Marie 1923(?)–

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ROSE Marie 1923(?)–

(Baby Rose Marie, Miss Rose Marie)


Original name, Rose Marie Mazetta; born August 15, 1923 (some sources cite 1925), in New York, NY; daughter of Stella Gluscak Curly; married Bobby Guy (a trumpeter), 1946 (died, 1966); children: Georgiana Marie. Education: Attended convent school in New Jersey. Avocational Interests: Cooking, collecting plates, animal welfare and other causes.

Addresses: Agent— Scott Stander, Scott Stander and Associates, 13701 Riverside Dr., Suite 201, Sherman Oaks, CA 91423; Leanne Levy, Cassell–Levy, Inc., 843 North Sycamore Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90038 (commercials).

Career: Actress, voice performer, comedienne, and singer. Appeared as a child in vaudeville as Baby Rose Marie, and later as Miss Rose Marie; nightclub performer, including opening night at Flamingo Hotel, Las Vegas, NV, and appearances at the Copacabana and Latin Quarter, New York City, and other venues. Appeared in advertisements.

Awards, Honors: Winner of singing contest, Mecca Theatre, New York City, c. 1926; Emmy Award nominations, outstanding supporting actress, 1963 and 1964, and outstanding supporting actress in a comedy, 1966, and achievement award (with others), TV Land awards, 2003, all for The Dick Van Dyke Show; received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, 2001.


Television Appearances; Series:

Bertha, My Sister Eileen, CBS, 1960–1961.

Sally Rogers, The Dick Van Dyke Show (also known as The Dick Van Dyke Daytime Show and Head of the Family), CBS, 1961–1966.

Herself, Hollywood Squares, NBC, between 1966 and 1980, syndicated, between 1971 and 1982.

Myrna Gibbons, The Doris Day Show, CBS, 1969–1971.

Hilda, a recurring role, S.W.A.T., ABC, 1975.

Mrs. Edna Bracken, Scorch, CBS, 1992.

Mitzi Balzer, Hardball (also known as Bullpen), Fox, 1994.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Alma Bellock, Bridge across Time (also known as Arizona Ripper and Terror at London Bridge), NBC, 1985.

Mitzi Glass, Cagney & Lacey: Together Again, CBS, 1995.

Mrs. Tingle, Shriek If You Know What I Did Last Friday the Thirteenth, USA Network, 2000.

Television Appearances; Specials:

The Bob Hope Show, NBC, 1971.

Guest, Hollywood's Private Home Movies, ABC, 1983.

It's Garry Shandling's Show–25th Anniversary Special, Showtime, 1986.

This Is Your Life, NBC, 1987.

Stand–Up Comics Take a Stand!, The Family Channel, 1989.

Comic Relief V, HBO, 1992.

(In archive footage) The Dick Van Dyke Show Remembered, CBS, 1994.

Herself, The Real Las Vegas (also known as Las Vegas), Arts and Entertainment, 1996.

"Vaudeville: An 'American Masters' Special," American Masters, PBS, 1997.

Herself, Inside TV Land: The Dick Van Dyke Show, TV Land, 2000.

ShirleyMania, Fox Movie Channel, 2002.

Herself, Tracey Ullman in the Trailer Tales, HBO, 2003.

Voice of secretary, The Alan Brady Show, TV Land, 2003.

(Uncredited) Added Attractions: The Hollywood Shorts Story, TCM, 2003.

CBS at 75, CBS, 2003.

TV Land Awards: A Celebration of Classic TV (also known as The First Annual TV Land Awards), TV Land, 2003.

Sally Rogers Glimscher, The Dick Van Dyke Show Revisited, CBS, 2004.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Guest, Toast of the Town, CBS, 1951.

Mrs. Monger, "Twelfth Night," Gunsmoke, CBS, 1957.

Lana, "The System," M Squad, NBC, 1958.

"Bob Frees Schultzy," The Bob Cummings Show, NBC, 1958.

"Bob Retrenches," The Bob Cummings Show, NBC, 1958.

"Choctaw Honor," The Adventures of Jim Bowie, ABC, 1958.

"Bob Meets Mamie Van Doren," The Bob Cummings Show, NBC, 1959.

"The Prettiest Collateral in Town," The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis (also known as Dobie Gillis), CBS, 1960.

Herself, Fractured Flickers, syndicated, 1963.

Guest, The Hollywood Palace, ABC, 1964, 1968.

Bessie Kowalski, "Monkees in a Ghost Town," The Monkees, NBC, 1966.

Guest, The Dean Martin Show, NBC, 1966, 1967.

Aunt Harriet Banner, "Aunt Harriet Wants You," Hey, Landlord, NBC, 1967.

Aunt Harriet Banner, "The Dinner Who Came to Man," Hey, Landlord, NBC, 1967.

Belle Stephens, "The Lady from Wichita," The Virginian, NBC, 1967.

Madame Celeste, "Fair Play for Gypsies," Occasional Wife, NBC, 1967.

Millie Rudnick, "Monkee Mother," The Monkees, NBC, 1967.

Emmalina Cortwright, "My Pal Tony," The Danny Thomas Hour, NBC, 1968.

Genevieve Goodbody, "First Night Out," My Three Sons, ABC, 1968.

Judge, Your All–American College Show, syndicated, 1968.

Can You Top This, syndicated, 1970.

"Earl Wilson," This Is Your Life, syndicated, 1971.

Guest, The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson, NBC, 1971.

Woman at bus depot, "The Tip," Adam–12, NBC, 1972.

Jean Wagner, "Clear with a Civilian: Part 2," Adam–12, NBC, 1973.

"Morey Amsterdam," This Is Your Life, syndicated, 1973.

Thelma, "The Golden Cage," Petrocelli, NBC, 1974.

Mrs. Tildon, "Two–Four–Six for Two Hundred," Kojak, CBS, 1975.

"A Few Excess People," Get Christie Love, ABC, 1975.

Kissy Face, "Ready When You Are, CB," Chico and the Man, NBC, 1976.

Mrs. Price, "The Business of Love/Crash Diet Crisis/I'll Never Fall in Love Again," The Love Boat, ABC, 1978.

(Uncredited) "The Great 5K Star Race and Boulder Wrap Party: Part 2," CHiPs, NBC, 1980.

"Take a Letter, Vicki/The Floating Bridge Game/The Joy of Celibacy," The Love Boat, ABC, 1981.

"The Audition/The Groupies/Doc's Nephew," The Love Boat, ABC, 1982.

Alice Asinow, "Stress," Cagney & Lacey, CBS, 1985.

Sylvia, Hail to the Chief, ABC, 1985.

Billie Young, "Steele in the Spotlight," Remington Steele, NBC, 1986.

Herself, The New Hollywood Squares, multiple appearances, 1987.

Rose Fontana, "Loco Hero," Murphy Brown, CBS, 1990.

Voice of Mrs. Spengler, "Ghostworld," Slimer! And the Real Ghostbusters (animated; also known as The Real Ghostbusters), ABC, 1990.

Mrs. Minetti, "Once Bitten…," The Man in the Family, ABC, 1991.

Rose Fontana, "On Another Plane: Part 1," Murphy Brown, CBS, 1991.

Guest, The Howard Stern Show, syndicated, 1992.

Sally, "When Hairy Met Hermy," Herman's Head, Fox, 1993.

"The DaDa Effect (DaDa)," Ultraman: The Ultimate Hero, 1993.

Voice of Honna, "Lawn Gnomes: Chapter IV—Fun in the Sun," Freakazoid! (animated), The WB, 1995.

Stella Dawson, "Caroline and the Watch," Caroline in the City (also known as Caroline), NBC, 1996.

Guest, Shooting Stars, 1996.

Eleanor Bluto Biggins, "Heartache Tonight," Wings, NBC, 1997.

Joy, "The Old and the Beautiful," Suddenly Susan, NBC, 1997.

Herself, "Phil Silvers: Top Banana," Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1997.

Stella Dawson, "Caroline and the Kept Man," Caroline in the City (also known as Caroline), NBC, 1997.

Voice of Agatha Caulfield, "Crabby Author/Rich Kid," Hey Arnold! (animated), Nickelodeon, 1998.

Herself, "Dick Van Dyke: Put on a Happy Face," Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 2000.

Maggie O'Connor, "Second Fiddle," Doctors, BBC, 2000.

Edna Winters, "Darryl, Family Counselor," The Hughleys, UPN, 2001.

Guest, "Game Show Week," Hollywood Squares, 2003.

Sylvia, "The Maid Man," Andy Richter Controls the Universe, Fox, 2003.

Herself, Hollywood Squares: The E! True Hollywood Story, E! Entertainment Television, 2003.

Voice for animated programs, including Rugrats, Nickelodeon; 2 Stupid Dogs, The Cartoon Network; and for Yogi's Gang, ABC. Appeared in game shows such as I've Got a Secret, CBS and syndicated; Pass-word, CBS, syndicated, ABC, and NBC; and You Don't Say, NBC, ABC, and syndicated. Appeared in episodes of several other series, including programs featuring Milton Berle, Mike Douglas, Jimmy Durante, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Jackie Gleason, George Gobel, Merv Griffin, Garry Moore, Dinah Shore, and Red Skelton. Appeared as Rayna in "Bad Marsha," an unaired episode of Mr. Belvedere, ABC.

Television Appearances; Pilots:

Mr. Blackwell Presents, 1968.

An Amateur's Guide to Love, CBS, 1971.

Maggie, Honeymoon Suite, ABC, 1972.

Voice of Doris, The Jackie Bison Show (animated short pilot), NBC, 1990.

Film Appearances:

Herself, Surprising Suzie, Universal, 1953.

Betty Dillon, Top Banana (musical), United Artists, 1954.

May Gordon, The Big Beat (musical), MCA/Universal, 1958.

Annie, Don't Worry, We'll Think of a Title, United Artists, 1966.

Margaret Kirby, Dead Heat on a Merry–go–Round, Columbia, 1966.

Housekeeper, Memory of Us, Cinema Financial, 1974.

Sister Mary, The Man from Clover Grove, American Cinema/Media Home Entertainment, 1975.

The Honey Cup, Video–X–Pictures, 1975.

Bruce's Fingers (also known as Bruce's Deadly Fingers), dubbed version, Capital Films, 1980.

Ida Bracken, Cheaper to Keep Her, American Cinema, 1981.

Mrs. Schmeckler, Lunch Wagon (also known as Come 'n' Get It and Lunch Wagon Girls), Seymour Borde, 1981.

Mrs. Moses, Witchboard, 1985, Cinema Group, 1987.

The Wonderful World of Jonathan Winters, United Productions, 1986.

Car salesperson, Sandman (also known as Common Ground), 1993.

Clara, Lost & Found, Warner Bros., 1999.

Film Appearances; As Baby Rose Marie:

Baby Rose Marie the Child Wonder, Warner Bros./Vitaphone, 1929.

Rambling 'Round Radio Row "4 (also known as Rambling 'Round Radio Row), Warner Bros./Vitaphone, 1932.

Back in '23 (short film), 1933.

International House, 1933.

Sing, Babies, Sing, Paramount, 1933.

At the Mike (also known as Mentone Brevity: At the Mike), Universal, 1934.

Rambling 'Round Radio Row, Warner Bros./Vitaphone, 1934.

Film Work:

Automated dialogue replacement voice, Psycho, MCA/Universal, 1998.

Stage Appearances:

Betty Dillon, Top Banana (musical), Winter Garden Theatre, New York City, 1951–1952.

Estelle Fogelman, Fun City, Morosco Theatre, New York City, 1971–1972.

Appeared in Lunatics and Lovers and in the musical comedy revue Spring in Brazil.

Major Tours:

4 Girls 4 (revue), U.S. cities, beginning c. 1977.

Toured U.S. cities in the musicals Bye Bye Birdie and Call Me Madam.

Radio Appearances:

Performer in radio programs as Baby Rose Marie, NBC, c. 1928.



Hold the Roses (autobiography), University Press of Kentucky, 2003.



New York Post, November 26, 1997.