Ruby Rose Biography
Ruby Rose (born Ruby Rose Langenheim) is a model, actress, and television host from Australia. Rose came to the limelight as a presenter on MTV Australia from 2007 to 2011, followed by various high-profile modeling jobs, most notably as the Australian face of Maybelline New York. She has also co-hosted a number of television programs, including Australia’s Next Top Model (2009) and Network Ten’s The Project (2009–2011).
Ruby Rose Career
Ruby Rose rose to prominence in 2002 after competing in the ‘Girlfriend Model Search’ competition, which was conducted by the Australian magazine ‘Girlfriend.’ She was a finalist and came in second place behind Catherine McNeil. In 2010, she returned to modeling after a brief hiatus and launched her own capsule fashion line with the Australian fashion house ‘Milk and Honey.’ She also teamed with the ‘Gallaz’ streetwear brand. She became the face of the popular multinational cosmetics brand ‘Maybelline’ in 2010. In March 2016, she has named the face of ‘Urban Decay Cosmetics,’ and in May 2017, she has named the face of Swarovski’s ‘Urban Fantasy’ FW17 Collection. In conjunction with her then-partner Phoebe Dahl, she designed and produced ethical streetwear’s under the apparel line ‘Faircloth Lane’ in 2014. She appeared in a number of high-profile publications, including ‘Vogue Australia,’ ‘InStyle Magazine,’ ‘Maxim,’ and ‘New York’s Inked Magazine.’
Ruby Rose wanted to make the transition from modeling to television in 2007, and she competed in the national ‘MTV VJ Search’ alongside 2000 other hopefuls. At the conclusion of the three-week program, she was hired and went on to host ‘MTV Australia until 2011. She featured as a guest on the TV show ‘Talkin’ ‘Bout Your Generation’ in 2009, where she and comedian Josh Thomas represented ‘Generation Y.’ In the same year, she appeared as a guest judge on the ‘Australia’s Next Top Model’ episode ‘Media Virgins.’ She also served as a correspondent for the show’s live finale.
She was a co-host on ‘The 7 pm Project,’ an Australian television news discussion show, from 2009 to 2011, following which she quit the show. She also presented the ‘MTV Australia Awards 2009’ red carpet event.
She reportedly went two years without a job before earning her breakout role in the Netflix drama series ‘Orange Is the New Black’ in 2015. Jennifer Euston, a casting agent, cast her in the recurring character of ‘Stella Carlin,’ which she played in seasons three and four of the show. In 2015, she also co-hosted the ‘MTV Europe Music Awards and played the character of service robot Wendy’ in the science fiction series ‘Dark Matter.’ She made a guest appearance on ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show in January 2017. Later that year, she competed in the musical reality show ‘Lip Sync Battle. She was cast as Batwoman in the superhero TV series ‘The Flash’ in 2018. She went on to play the character again in shows like ‘Arrow’ and ‘Supergirl.’ In 2019, she was cast as the lead character in ‘The CW network’s television series ‘Batwoman.’
In 2008, Ruby Rose made her cinematic acting debut in the Australian comedy film ‘Suite for Fleur.’ In 2013, she was cast in the film ‘Around the Block,’ which gave her the next chance to act in a film. When she was unable to audition for jobs due to a lack of a manager or agent in 2014, she decided to develop the short film ‘Break Free.’ The video went viral, garnering millions of views and opening doors for her in the performing world. She went on to star in the TV show ‘Orange Is the New Black.’ She subsequently went on to voice a character named ‘Bianca’ in the 2016 animated film ‘Sheep and Wolves.’ In the same year, she starred as ‘Abigail’ in the final installment of the ‘Resident Evil’ film series, ‘Resident Evil: The Final Chapter. She played ‘Jaxx Herd’ in the 2018 science fiction action film ‘The Meg.’ The same year, she was cast to play ‘Grace’ in an action thriller film titled ‘SAS: Red Notice.’
Ruby Rose Age
How old is Ruby? She is 35 years old as of 2021. She was born Ruby Rose Langenheim her real name on 20 March 1986 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
Ruby Rose Education
She attended ‘University High School’ and later enrolled at ‘Footscray City College.’
Ruby Rose Nationality | Ethnicity
What ethnicity is Rose? she belongs to white ethnicity/heritage. Karen was born and raised, in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, she holds Australian nationality and citizenship by birth.
Ruby Rose Height
The model, actress, and television host from Australia stand at a height of 5’7″ ( approx 170 cm).
Ruby Rose Family | Siblings | Parents
Rose Langenheim was born, in Melbourne, Australia. She was raised by her mother, Katia Langenheim, an artist who exhibits her works in Melbourne. Famous Australian boxer Lionel Rose is her godfather, while Alec Campbell, the last surviving ‘Australian Battle of Gallipoli’ soldier, is her great-grandfather.
Ruby Rose Husband | Married
Rose, who was bullied because of her sexual orientation when she was 12, came out as a lesbian at the age of 12. She was also sexually abused by a relative when she was a child, it was subsequently learned. She struggled with depression as a child and even tried suicide.
Rose, who is openly lesbian, identifies as gender-fluid and accepts feminine pronouns. She added that she used to save money for gender transition surgery as a child, but that she eventually found comfort in her own skin.
Lyndsey Anne McMillan, Catherine McNeil, and Lola Van Vorst are among the ladies she has dated throughout the years. Between 2014 and 2015, she was engaged to fashion designer Phoebe Dahl. She dated ‘The Veronicas’ singer Jess Origliasso from 2016 till 2018. In 2008, she had a relationship with Origliasso.
Ruby Rose Salary
How much does she earn? Apparently, she has not disclosed any information regarding her salary.
Ruby Rose Net Worth
Her estimated net worth is not yet revealed, apparently, it’s still under review, to be updated later.
Ruby Rose and Phoebe Dahl
Dahl is a lesbian. In 2014, Dahl became engaged to Australian actress Ruby Rose; they ended their relationship in December 2015.
Ruby Rose Awards
Rose won the ‘ASTRA Award’ for ‘Favorite Female Personality in 2009. She was named the ‘Woman of the Year’ by ‘GQ Australia’ in 2015. That year, she also won the ‘Screen Actors Guild Award’ for ‘Best Ensemble in a Comedy Series for ‘Orange Is the New Black.’
Ruby Rose Films
1. John Wick: Chapter 2 (2017)
2. John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum (2019)
3. Resident Evil: The Final Chapter (2016)
4. Pitch Perfect 3 (2017)
5. xXx: Return of Xander Cage (2017)
6. SAS: Red Notice (2021)
7. Doorman (2018)
8. The Meg (2018)