Rosie Marcel Net Worth
Rosie Marcel was born in London, England, on May 6, 1977. She is best known in the United Kingdom for her long-running role as Jac Naylor on Holby City. Rosie Marcel is a TV Actress member. NET WORTH: $10 MILLION
Rosie Marcel was born in the London borough of Roehampton on May 6, 1977. Her full name is ROSIE EDWARD CELINE MARCEL. She will be 44 years old in 2021. Taurus is her zodiac sign.
She was born into a rich family with Terry Marcel (father) and Lindsey Brook (mother) (mother). Her father is an accomplished British filmmaker. Hawk the Slayer (1980), a cult masterpiece directed by her father, and an actress mother As a result of following in her mother's footsteps, she developed an interest in acting.
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Her older sister, Kelly Marcel, and younger brother, Luke Marcel, were also members of her family. Her older sister is well-known as a performer and writer. She is most known for her work on the television show "Terra Nova."
Rosie Marcel made her National Theatre debut as a fairy in A Midsummer Night's Dream when she was three years old. In Bergerac, she played the kidnapped adolescent Michelle. At the age of twelve, she was cast as Sophie in the children's comedy-drama "Press Gang." She was cast as Donna Palmer in “Days Like This” at the age of 22.
She also appeared as Louise Larson in over twenty episodes of The Bill on television. Her breakthrough came when she was cast as Jac Naylor, the lead consultant cardiothoracic surgeon in the iconic BBC drama series "Holby City." She announced her resignation from the show in January 2021 after over 16 years as a series regular, and she hasn't looked back since.
Rosie Marcel of Holby City hails the NHS after undergoing emergency surgery
Rosie Marcel, a popular character in Holby City, was taken to the hospital this week for emergency surgery.
The Jac Naylor actress is currently recovering at home and expressed her gratitude to the NHS on Instagram.
She wrote, "I ended up at the old emergency department the other night." "My new local ish hospital, Stoke Mandeville, was fantastic." The ambulance personnel was also fantastic.