Rosie Callaghan
Actor, Singer, Host
ACTRA | CAEA | UDA
“All art is quite useless.”
– Oscar Wilde

Rosie Callaghan is proud to call herself an actor, and endeavours to continue to make theatre an integral part of the world we live in. Her work focuses on “why theatre?”, and she is inspired to make every piece she works on not only a performance, but an experience.

Rosie graduated as the Valedictorian from Dawson College’s Professional Theatre Program and honed her craft further at Randolph College for the Performing Arts. Since graduating, Rosie has graced stages across Canada, leaving a mark on iconic theatre companies such as The Segal Centre, The Musical Stage Company, Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre, The Grand, Port Hope Capitol, and The Centaur. Selected Credits include “Clue” at the Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre/Grand Theatre, “Uncovered: The Music of ABBA,” and “Now What?” for The Musical Stage Company, “April Fools” “It Shoulda Been You” at the Segal Centre, “Frankenstein” with Segal/Kidoons/Geordie Theatre, “Rumour Has It” at Capitol Port Hope, “Antigone,” “Wind In The Willows” at Two Planks and a Passion, and “Robin Hood: The Great Escape” at Festival Antigonish.

Beyond her list of professional credits, Rosie thrives on the development of new works. She has been part of the early stages of numerous productions, including “The Hockey Sweater” at the Segal Centre, “Momento Mori,” “A Curious Life,” “Trixie Parker Finds a Boyfriend,” and “The Woods Witch” at Playwrights Workshop Montreal, and the Fringe hit “Captain Aurora”.

As for film and TV, Rosie has had experience working on shows for Netflix, CBC, and Investigation Discovery. Additionally, Rosie’s voice can be heard in commercials, radio, video games, and movies. She loves being in the booth, and can’t wait to continue to hone her voice over craft.
A recipient of numerous accolades, Rosie’s awards include two Broadway World Awards, NATS 2015 Most Promising and Best in Class, a META nomination, and an Alternative Film Fest award. Notably, she is one of the recipients of the 2021-2022 Banks Prize.

Rosie cannot wait to continue to perform and create for many years to come. She is always learning, and looks forward to seeing what this wild business has in store.