Rose Troche Biography
Rose Troche is an American film and television director, television producer, and screenwriter best known for The Safety of Objects and other films (2001).
How old is Rose Troche? – Age
Troche was born in Chicago, Illinois, the United States in 1964. She turned 58 years in 2022.
Where did Rose Troche go to school? – Education
Her passion for film grew as a result of her job, and she pursued an undergraduate degree in art history at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Later in life, Troche earned a master’s degree in film studies.
Rose Troche – Family
Troche was born to Puerto Rican parents and raised in her birthplace of Chicago. During her adolescence, they relocated to the suburbs, which her parents regarded as a “symbol of accomplishment.” She went to a movie theater in the suburbs and started working part-time.
Rose Troche Sexual Orientation | Girlfriend
A lesbian is the director and producer of television and cinema projects. From 1991 to 1993, she was dating Guinevere Turner. They met while Troche was filming Gabriella and later collaborated on a film called “Ely and Max,” which was later renamed Go Fish. Their stories, as well as those of friends in the Chicago lesbian community, were told in the film. Troche moved to New York and started creating scripts once their relationship ended.
What is Troche’s Salary?
Her salary is under review.
Troche’s Net Worth
Her net worth is predicted to be $600,000 as of 2022.
Troche Filming Career
Troche started making films in the 1990s with gay-themed independent flicks. Troche directed the short film Let’s Go Back to My Apartment and Have Sex in 1990, while still pursuing her undergraduate degree. This Is Not Over was released in 1991, and she went on to make Gabriela, a series of short films from 1991 to 1993. Before joining television, she was involved in the production of three additional films. Go Fish, Bedrooms, Hallways, and The Safety of Objects were the titles.
Following the completion of The Safety of Objects. Troche decided to try her hand at directing after directing much of the film’s substance. Her preference was for jobs that could be completed quickly. Troche made her directorial debut in 1994 with the film Go Fish, a lesbian love story. With her then-girlfriend Guinevere Turner, she co-produced and co-wrote the picture. The film had its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival.
In 1998, she began work on her next film, “Bedrooms and Hallways,” which dealt with sexuality.
She directed The Safety of Objects, a drama film adapted from A. M. Homes’ short stories, in 2001. The story revolved around suburban heterosexual love. Concussion (2013), directed by Stacie Passon, was also produced by her.
The hit drama Six Feet Under, on which she served as a director for one episode, was one of her first television credits. She also directed and co-wrote The L Word, a Showtime comedy about lesbian friends in Los Angeles. She worked on the series as an associate producer before becoming a co-executive producer.
Troche has spent the majority of her career in Hollywood, where she is one of the Directors Guild of America’s few female members (around 12%).
Rose Troche Films and TV Shows
- 30/30 Vision: 3 Decades of Strand Releasing
- 2018 – All American as a director
- 2018 – Sorry for Your Loss as a director
- 2018 – Vida as a director
- 2018 – Black Lightning as a director
- 2017 – Star as a director
- 2015 – Sugar as a director
- 2014 – Finding Carter as a director
- 2013 – Concussion as a producer
- 2012 – Hunting Season as a producer
- 2012 – Rochelle as a director
- 2012 – Xanadu as a director
- 2010 – Future States as a director and writer
- 2009 – Chinatown Film Project as a director
- 2006 – Ugly Betty a director
- 2005 – South of Nowhere as a director and consulting producer
- 2004 – Touching Evil as a director
- 2004 – The L Word as a director, producer, and writer
- 2001 – Six Feet Under as a director
- 2001 – The Safety of Objects as a director, writer, and co-producer
- 1998 – Bedrooms and Hallways as a director
- 1997 – Pride Divide as herself
- 1994 – Go Fish as a director, producer, and writer
- 1991–1993 – Gabriella as a director and writer
- 1991 – This War is Not Over as a director and writer
- 1990 – Let’s Go Back to My Apartment and Have Sex as a director and writer
- 1990 – Law & Order as a director