- Full Name Misty Rosas
- Occupation Actress, Stunt Woman, Gymnast
- Nationality American
- Birthplace Mission Viejo, California, USA
- Birth Date Aug 14, 1973
- Age 50 Years, 1 Months
Misty Rosas | BiographyFeatured in Disney plays like 'The Lion King Parade' and 'The Very Merry Christmas Parade'
'The Mandalorian' is Jon Favreau's space Western television series which originally aired on 12 November 2019 on Disney+. The series comprises two seasons and follows the adventures of a lone bounty hunter in the farthest distances of the galaxy, far from the New Republic's authority. Rosas said that her most memorable accomplishment was as Kuiil in 2020.
Misty Rosas is an actress best known for her role as Kuiil in the Star Wars franchise TV series The Mandalorian.
Who is Misty Rosas?
Misty Rosas is an American actress, stunt woman, singer, and dancer born on 14 August 1973 in Mission Viejo, California, USA. Her family members include her parents, Arlene and Carlos Sr., and four siblings, Joey, Miklos, Carlos Jr, and Gigi.
After enrolling in her first gymnastics class, Rosas's gymnastics career began when she was two and a half years old. She also studied dance, particularly ballet, as part of her gymnastics training.
At 18, she combined her dance and performance skills to land her first professional job in Disney's theatrical play Fantasmic! She featured as a dancing monkey on the King Louie barge and Donald Duck on the Mark Twain riverboat during the play's grand finale. She was later cast in several Disney theatrical plays, including The Lion King Parade and The Very Merry Christmas Parade.
In 1995, Rosas started her on-screen journey and featured in Congo as the lead ape character, Amy the Gorilla. In the subsequent years, she appeared in different roles in films, such as Instinct (1999), The Country Bears (2002), Room 6 (2006), Altered (2006), and many more.
However, Rosas is widely recognized for her performance as Kuiil in the TV series The Mandalorian in 2019. She recently appeared in other shows like Word Party and Word Party Math! She also has an upcoming in the movie My Favorite Girlfriend as Regina (2022).
Besides, she is also a singer. In December 2017, she released her first full-length album, Life, Lessons, Love. Moreover, Rosas was also nominated for an 'HMMA Award' for the music video for her song 'Panic Button.' In 2021, her song 'Tell Me,' from the EP' Work In Progress,' debuted at number one on Spotify just a week after its release.
The Mandalorian is Jon Favreau's space Western television series which originally aired on 12 November 2019 on Disney+. The series comprises two seasons and follows the adventures of a lone bounty hunter in the farthest distances of the galaxy, far from the New Republic's authority.
Rosas was featured as the performance in the role of Kuiil, for which she had to wear an animatronic head as her character was an alien of the Ugnaught species. She played the role for five episodes from 2019 to 2020.
In an interview with Boba Fett Fan Club in 2020, Rosas said, "I usually have minimal to no vision in animatronic heads. Although Kuiil is an exception! Kuiil's head is a practical build, an animatronic head (built by Legacy Effects), but my eyes are exposed, and I wore full eye contact lenses."
In the same interview, she mentioned she did not see her work until The Mandalorian premiere on 12 November 2019. Moreover, Rosas said that her most memorable accomplishment was as Kuiil.
Height & Measurements
Rosas stands at a short height of 4 feet and 9 inches (1.45 m). Because of her short stature, she auditioned at Disneyland after being suggested by her parade performer friends from dance classes.
Her height and gymnastics abilities led to a steady stream of stunt roles. Her stunts have been featured in several credits, such as Casper: A Spirited Beginning (video 1997), Van Helsing (movie 2004), Charlie Wilson's War (movie 2007), The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (2013), and more.
In an interview with Boba Fett Fan Club in 2020, Rosas talked about her getting a film role because of her height. She said, "My height! My height has played an integral role in the work I have done. As a performer at Disneyland, I gained a lot of experience being in costumes, but nothing could prepare me for my first film role! Because of my height, my strength, and physical coordination, I booked a role in the Paramount Pictures production, Congo."