Ruby Rose's biography
Ruby Rose Langenheim is 36 years old television presenter born at Melbourne. She was born on Thursday 20th of March 1986. She is often nicknamed as Ruby Rose, Ruby Langenheim, Rose. According to year of birth 1986 Ruby belongs to Millennials. Birthday on 20th of March means she is Pisces. Pisces is a Watery Sign. They are very intuitive people. They are empathic, emotional and highly spiritual in nature.
Ruby is white australian. She is citizen of Australia. She is christian. Her primary profession is to be television presenter. You can know Ruby also as disc jockey, actor, model, music critic. Ruby is recently known as film actor.
Ruby Rose's schools
We found 2 schools She attended. Complete list of schools: University High School, Footscray City College.
Detailed informations about her schools
Ruby studied high school - University High School, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
Ruby studied university - Footscray City College.
Ruby Rose's career
Her main focus is to be television presenter and model. Ruby is famous thanks to hosting programs on MTV Australia, and her roles as Stella Carlin in the Netflix comedy drama television series Orange is the New Black and Katherine Rebecca "Kate" Kane/Batwoman in the CW superhero action-adventure television series Batwoman.
Is Ruby Rose gay ?
She is known to be lesbian.
Ruby Rose's partners
Ruby Rose and Jessica Origliasso have been together since 2016 for 2 years. She is known as singer. Ruby´s partner was born on Tuesday 25th of December 1984 in Albany Creek.
Ruby Rose and Phoebe Dahl have been together since 2014 for a year. She is known as fashion designer. Ruby´s partner was born on Friday 4th of November 1988 in Florida.
What else you don't know about Ruby Rose ?
Her middle name is Rose.
What Ruby Rose has done for a first time
- She is the first actress to play the DC Comics character Kate Kane/Batwoman in a live-action production.
- She is the first LGBTQ actress to play the lead role in a superhero series.
Ruby Rose's quotes
- I didn't know there were options like gender neutral or gender fluid. I later realized you could be a girl and dress like a guy.
- I got to host a radio show. I got a clothing range. I was the face of fashion week. I got to do a whole television show with kids.
- I used to pray to God that I wouldn't get breasts. Then in my teens, I tried to be quite feminine.
- When I booked 'Orange,' I thought things were going to change a little bit, and I'd be a little more busy, but obviously I underestimated it. I don't think anyone knew that my character would be taken to so well.
- I don't think of myself as a model. I'm genderqueer, and I've got tattoos.
- I could live my whole life being so comfortable doing things I've already worked hard to not be nervous at, or I could continue to push the envelope and make myself uncomfortable and learn and see what I'm capable of, and acting is definitely that.
- Never say no to anything, whatever the universe brings me. I've always lived by that.
- Between 'Orange' with Laverne, the show 'Transparent,' and Caitlyn Jenner, obviously we're in the middle of something enormous - a transgender movement. I'm just proud to be alive during this massive shift in the world.
- I started off as an Australian model. I had so many knockbacks, having short hair and being rejected, and I always thought: I'm never gonna get to where I want to get unless I start looking more feminine.
- Whether straight, gay, bi, trans... body image and identity can be a struggle for us all.
- I had never binge-watched TV before 'Orange.'
- Growing up, I had a very vivid imagination and Leonardo was like my best imaginary friend that I spoke to. When things were tough, or I was scared in an unsafe environment, I always imagined that the Ninja Turtles would come to the rescue.
- I have a lot of characteristics that would normally be present in a guy and then less that would be present in a woman.
- I am very gender fluid and feel more like I wake up every day sort of gender neutral. I cop a fair bit of flack for going from 'such a babe to such a boy.'
- As a little kid, I was convinced that I was a guy.
- I feel like I'm a boy, but I don't feel like I should've been born with different parts of my body or anything like that. I feel like it's just all in how I dress and how I talk and how I look and feel, and that makes me happy.
- Because fashion essentially is art, and as an artist and someone who is also a musician and an artist in regards to drawing and painting, anything I can do that expresses my feelings is something I'm really drawn to.
- I love therapy. I swear by therapy. I couldn't exist without therapy.
- My mum has really great skin; my dad has really good skin. I don't feel like I have to do a lot of work in regards to that.
- I started making my own short films as a way of being able to give myself something to do and to study my craft.
- I experimented with fashion as it being more like art, allowing what I wore to express what I was feeling on the inside. Androgyny, rock culture, and grunge - they definitely had an effect on the things that made me feel cool and comfortable.
- The greatest thing about having done 'Orange' are the doors that have opened for me, and people have been able to see me, like the executives and the casting directors - also, all of the fantastic directors and writers for independent films.
- When I was younger, I didn't know television presenting was a thing, which is how I totally got my foot in the door. But I didn't really know that was a job. I never really had a TV or watched TV, and I really just wanted to be an actor.
- When I was young and getting bullied at school and really not feeling like I would amount to much and staying isolated, my mom used to say to me a lot about how you treat people and always having dignity and respect.
- One thing I noticed when I moved to America, people don't really know about me, so a lot of them question why I look like a boy or dress like a boy, or why I didn't have longer hair, or what's with the tattoos.
- Acting is my life. It's what I live and breathe.
- Fashion is such a weird thing. Growing up, I just made do with whatever I had access to - a lot of hand-me-downs and thrift store shopping.
- You don't wake up at 18 and necessarily become the person you want to be as an adult - you have to work hard to become them.
- Being honest about being bullied in school and my bipolar was not so much of a 'do I or don't I?'; it was waiting for the right time. Even before I knew what making a mark on the world meant, I knew I wanted to make a difference.
- Aussies are really laid back, and so are Californians.
- It sounds cliche, but I'm mostly androgynous in what I wear. I'll wear a lot of tomboy clothes but still dress glam if I have a red carpet event. It's a bit of a mix, but mostly androgynous.
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Ruby Rose's height, weight, body shape, eye color, hair color
Lets describe how Ruby Rose looks. We will focus on her height, weight, body shape, eye color, hair color and shoe size. Ruby is tall as 5' 7" (170 cm). Ruby weights 128lbs (58 kg). Body build is athletic. Her eyes are tinted blue. Her hair is shade of brown - dark. If you are really curious, you may find interesting her shoe size is 8.5 (US), 40.5 (EU), 7 (UK), 255 (J).
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