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  • Angeline Rose Troy signed with Elite Models in Memphis at age 1 1/2, and by age 7 with Ford Children in NYC, and then Ford Teens. Angeline joined Suzuki String Institute at Memphis State at age 2 1/2 and was a first-place competitive ice-skater for the next 10 years; on the stage by 5, followed by years of musical theatre Off Broadway, and in her first film at 6 in Miami ("Mr. Nanny" with Hulk Hogan). She has continued to work ever since.


  • Angeline Rose Troy graduated summa cum laude from Fairleigh Dickinson University with a BA in Fine Arts.

  •  In 2010, she formed Cassiopeia Productions, producing award winning shorts, features and web series, including HGTV's "Can I Come In?" and the comedy "CineDopes", in which she starred as "Elizabeth".

  • Premiering at Sundance 2016, Angeline Rose was an EP on the Indian film, "Brahman Naman", produced by Steve Barron, which was purchased at the festival by Netflix. Cassiopeia Productions' most recent feature films, "Ever Last", "My Favorite Five"  (BET) and "The Sin Seer"  (EOne) are currently available on Netflix and Amazon Prime Video. Also check out Cassiopeia's award winning short films "Desert Games", and multi-Award-winning Horror short, "Jägerbär".

  • In the upcoming "Sallywood", starring Sally Krikman and based on her life, Angeline-Rose co-starred as "Poundcake" along with a wonderful cast including Jennifer Tilly, Keith Carradine and Eric Roberts.


  • Angeline Rose had a great experience starring in director Richard Elfman's latest sci-fi comedy Aliens, Clowns and Geeks  (formerly "Hipsters, Gangsters, Aliens and Geeks") alongside Bodhi Elfman, French Stewart and Rebecca Forsythe. Slated for release in 2019, with music by Danny Elfman, Richard entrusted two very different roles to Angeline; She plays "Inga", a sexy Swedish scientist and also "Mom", a demonic, 60 yr old, drug addicted prostitute, for which she wore facial and body prosthetics.                                                                                            

  • See Angeline Rose as "Ginny" in the feature film "Element", starring Michael Ironside and Steven Michael Quezada (Breaking Bad) on Amazon Prime.

  • On Lifetime TV and Lifetime Movie Network, check out Angeline Rose in prolific director Richard Gabai's films,"The Good Mother", "Imaginary Friend" and "Who Killed Allison Parks",  all currently in rotation on both channels and available on . "180" and "InSight" are both available on VOD, iTunes and DVD. 

  • Angeline Rose can also be seen in Courteney Cox's feature film directorial debut "Just Before I Go" as "Nancy", the young mom of Seann William Scott's character. 


  • Angeline Rose stars in the BET original feature,     "My Favorite Five", a fun romantic comedy also starring Rochelle Aytes, Brian White and DeRay Davis. Now on Netflix. 

  • A lifelong lover of theater, Angeline Rose was overjoyed to be back on-stage playing to packed houses in the World Premiere of Neil Gaiman's hilarious play, "The Case of Four and Twenty Blackbirds" as part of The 2nd Annual LA SciFest . Angeline Rose starred in a triple role as the Femme Fetale, Bo Peep and the Queen of Hearts. She also had a great time working with David Blue, Madison McLaughin and Julie McNiven , in "Forwarding Address", directed by "Warehouse 13" Showrunner Jack Kenny in Los Angeles. 


  • Angeline Rose, ("Abigail Landers") worked with Isaiah Washington and Lisa Arrindale Anderson in Paul Hannah's supernatural thriller, "The Sin Seer", which premiered in NYC at ABFF and for which her co-star won best actor. "The Sin Seer" also won best film at PVIFF after which Angeline Rose traveled to Amsterdam for the international debut at DBUFF where it was very well recieved. "The Sin Seer" is now streaming on Netflix. 

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