Hollywood star Rose McGowan debuted in an episode of the TV series True Colors in 1990. After this, she had her first movie role in 1992’s Encino Man. She next had roles in the films The Doom Generation, Bio-Dome, and Kiss & Tell. Her first notable role on the big screen was as Tatum Riley in Scream. She went on to appear in the films Going All the Way, Lewis and Clark and George, Southie, and Phantoms.
In 1999, she starred as Courtney Shayne in the black comedy film Jawbreaker. She had her breakthrough in the 2000s after starring the role of Paige Matthews in the television series Charmed. While on the show, she portrayed Ann-Margret in the miniseries Elvis. She also played recurring role Dr. Theodora “Teddy” Rowe in Nip/Tuck. During the 2000s, McGowan also had performances in the movies Ready to Rumble, Monkeybone, The Black Dahlia, Grindhouse – Planet Terror, Grindhouse – Death Proof, and Fifty Dead Men Walking.
In the 2010s, she starred in the feature films Dead Awake, Conan the Barbarian, Rosewood Lane, The Tell-Tale Heart, and The Sound. She also portrayed Mary Winkler in the television movie The Pastor’s Wife. In 2012, she played Young Cora Mills in ABC’s Once Upon a Time. The actress next joined the main cast of the Sony Crackle series Chosen as Josie Acosta. Her latest television appearances was in Citizen Rose and Chopped.
Rose McGowan stays in shape by following a clean diet plan and living an active lifestyle. Wanting to maintain her toned figure, she’s since incorporated exercising into her daily routine. Her workout routine typically combines cardio, strength training, Pilates, and yoga. To encourage her to sweat it out, she constantly discovers new forms of workouts. She also stays active by means of outdoor activities. Simple activities like walking, running, and hiking also help her maintain a healthy body.