Rose Troche

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Rose Troche was born on 1964 in Chicago, Illinois, United States, is an American film director. Discover Rose Troche’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 56 years old?

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OccupationDirector, producer, screenwriter
Age56 years old
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BirthplaceChicago, Illinois, United States
NationalityUnited States

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Timeline of Rose Troche


She was also a producer for both Go Fish and The Safety of Objects, as well as for Stacie Passon’s 2013 film Concussion.


Season 2 Episode 3 was written by Kate Robin and was directed by Troche. In 2002 Six Feet Under won the Peabody Award and Rose Troche was one of the directors for one of the episodes.


She also directed The Safety of Objects (2001), which was adapted from the short stories of A. M. Homes and focused on heterosexual love in suburbia.

Troche returned to the United States, and to her previous supporter, Christine Vachon, and British financiers in order to direct The Safety of Objects (2001). The film was made from the short stories of A.M. Homes, who also co-wrote the screenplay with Troche. Troche used seven of the 11 stories in the collection, melding the suburban vignettes into one story. The ensemble cast with Glenn Close, Timothy Olyphant, Mary Kay Place, Patricia Clarke and Dermot Mulroney does an excellent job of delivering Troche’s vision of one emotional arc to the seamlessly blended narratives.

Her television work is just as extensive as her film work. She directed an episode of the HBO hit drama Six Feet Under. And for three seasons, she has been a director and writer for the Showtime series The L Word, a show about lesbian friends living in Los Angeles. She has served as the associate producer for the series and was recently promoted to co-executive producer. She has also expanded her writing and directing credits, writing an episode for the series South of Nowhere and directing an episode of the series Touching Evil, as well as Ugly Betty and Law & Order. Troche got offered to do and episode of Six Feet Under (2001), and she enjoyed the beauty of being able to work with three cameras, it opened up her world to a different way of filming. Since she had filmed low budget independent film it was a nice change and more opportunity to be creative.


In 1997, Troche moved to London to direct the film Bedroom and Hallways (1998) with British producer Dorothy Berwin and her partner Ceci Dempsey. The film was backed by a major studio so it was completed fast. It was a film that was exploring the romantic complications among a diverse group of gay, straight, and undecided characters. Troche said she wanted to make a film “that’s genderless, without sexual identity and politics.” The movie is a sex farce that tries to challenge conventional and rigid views on gender and sexual orientation. The film won the Audience Award at the 1998 London Film Festival.


Her directorial debut was the groundbreaking film Go Fish (1994), a lesbian love story. Made on a shoestring budget, it was one of the truly “independent” films of the mid 90s, and certainly one of the first in the lesbian genre. It premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 1994. The film was co-written and co-produced with Guinevere Turner, who was Troche’s girlfriend at the time. Her next feature film was Bedrooms and Hallways (1998) which explored sexuality.


Troche is a lesbian. She met Guinevere Turner her then partner while she was making Gabriella (1991 -1993). They began to work on a film based on their own experiences and their friends in the Chicago lesbian community, which they originally titled “Ely and Max,” but was changed to Go Fish. By 1993 Troche and Turner ended their relationship and Troche moved to New York where she wrote several scripts. Rose Troche says mixing business and romance on a lesbian film set can be a recipe for disaster.

Turner and Troche detail how their breakup during the middle of Go Fish’s production was not only difficult for them personally but also trying for their cast and crew, who felt compromised by the fighting couple’s palpable tension on the set. Troche lived in London from (1997–1999) until she returned to United States to direct The Safety of Objects (2001).


Troche began her professional filmmaking career in the 1990s. Troche is just one of several lesbian directors who launched their careers with independent gay-themed films and have gone on to find work in Hollywood, where women make up just 12% of the Directors Guild of America membership.

While studying at the University of Illinois at Chicago, Troche made several short films while in school such as Let’s Go Back to My Apartment and Have Sex (1990), This War Is Not Over (1991) and Gabriella series of short films in (1991–1993).


Rose Troche (born 1964) is an American film and television director, television producer, and screenwriter.

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