TALK SHOW WITH HARPER SIMON | EPISODE 18
Rosanna Arquette on Acting, Documentary Filmmaking and Campaigning Against Rape
Rosanna Lisa Arquette was born in New York City to a show business family. She was the first-born child of five in the third generation of the Arquette acting clan. Her siblings Patricia Arquette, David Arquette, Alexis Arquette and Richmond Arquette all followed her into the family tradition as accomplished working actors.
Rosanna started working professionally as a teenager and has never stopped. Throughout her career she has worked with some of Hollywood and Independent Cinema’s most important and influential directors including, Blake Edwards (S.O.B.), John Sayles (Baby It’s You), Lawrence Kasden (Silverado), Martin Scorsese (After Hours, New York Stories), Luc Besson (The Big Blue), Quentin Tarantino (Pulp Fiction), David Cronenberg (Crash), Vincent Gallo (Buffalo 66) and Alison Anders (Sugar Town). She has appeared in over 70 films, which have earned over $450 million in domestic box office sales.
Rosanna Arquette’s vast experience in the world of film and television has inspired her to explore and expand her talent as a filmmaker into the realm of directing and producing with two highly acclaimed documentaries, 2002’s “Searching for Debra Winger” and 2005’s “All We Are Saying.”
Rosanna Arquette is a busy actress and filmmaker whose passion for her work is matched only by her passion for her daughter Zoe Bleu Sidel, her family and her work as a breast cancer awareness advocate
Rosanna Arquette has an uncensored interview about everything from After Hours and Martin Scorsese, to religion, her illustrious family, and Sly Stone. She lets fly on Hollywood, documentary films, Pulp Fiction, and even goes on a detour through internet pornography and Sly Stone. An interview unlike any other, Harper Simon hosts this episode of Talk Show.