Jun. 24th, 1986
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Amber Rose Revah is an English actress of Kenyan-Indian (father) and Polish Jewish (mother) descent. Amber Rose started her film career in the award-winning LGBT cult film "I Can't Think Straight" whilst finishing her Bachelor of Arts at Brunel University.. The director then cast her to work on their next film, "The World Unseen," shot in Cape Town. Amber Rose was then offered a role alongside actress Rachel Weisz director Alejandro Amenabar's independent movie "Agora." Amber Rose was cast as the character Nichole in Luc Besson and Pierre Morels "From Paris With Love" alongside John Travolta and Jonathan Rhys Meyers. Amber Rose also starred in Lee Tamahori's "The Devil's Double," as the bride, Amber Rose had already played a member of the Hussein family, as the younger sister to Uday, in BAFTA-nominated HBO/BBC series "House of Saddam." She played Helena Landless in BBC adaptation of Dickens final work The Mystery of Edwin Drood with Rory Kenner and Matthew Rhys. Amber Rose was cast as Mary Magdalene in 2015 box office success "Son Of God". She learned Hebrew text for her role of Maacah Bat Talmai in Tom Fontana's hit television series "Borgia." Amber Rose lived in Malaysia while she filmed the character of Leena Prasad in 2 seasons of Channel 4/PBS period drama Indian Summers. Amber Rose now splits her time between London and New York while filming Marvels The Punisher.
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