ROZ WOLF is a veteran Hollywood publicist.
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Born and raised in Hollywood, California, Roz Wolf began her Public Relations career in entertainment PR during the late 1980’s with Ronni Chasen at Rogers & Cowan in the Motion Picture Department.
Roz worked on major motion picture PR accounts and Oscar winning films.
The accounts she worked on include: “Driving Miss Daisy” (1989), Common Threads-Stories from the Quilt (1990), and “18 Again” (1988), the last feature film from comedy legend George Burns.
During that time Roz also worked red carpets at Hollywood film premiers and Personal PR accounts with Emmy winning actresses Shelley Long and Kate Jackson.
Roz went on to work with the entertainment public relations firm of Levine/Schneider (Michael Levine and Mitch Schneider) as a Senior Account Executive for most of the 1990’s and then came back to Rogers & Cowan as a freelance publicist from 1995 – 2001.
In 2002, Roz took on Public Relations and Media Direction with The Producers Lab, a music production company specializing in music licensing for TV programming. Her media direction guided the company owner Richard “Wolfie” Wolf to secure major Hollywood Reporter Special Issue coverage. The success continued. Richard Wolf then went onto receive an Emmy for Music Composition and Direction on the Kids WB show “Static Shock” in 2004.
From 2008 to 2010 Roz partnered as a freelance consultant and account executive with Integrated-PR founder Monique Moss. During that time, the focus fell on walking celebrity clients through red carpet premieres, securing media placements, consulting on strategy, travel (to cover out of town media tours) and signing new business.
The client accounts included: Nationally recognized comic Judy Tenuta (“The Love Goddess”), action actor Michael Papajohn (“Spiderman”), teen star Adam Hicks “Luther” on Disney XD’s “Zeke & Luther,” teen star Ashley Argota, “Lulu” on Nickelodeon’s “True Jackson VP,” and teen star Sterling Beaumon, best known as “young Ben” on ABC’s hit drama “LOST.”
In addition, Roz acted as the point person and personal publicist for social media and pop culture expert Peter Shankman in association with Integrated-PR’s New York office.
As an Independent Publicist and Media Consultant Roz is currently the public relations professional of choice for: Marabina Jaimes, Emmy Award Winning actress and host of “Let’s Talk,” Candace Silvers, Acting/Life Coach and daughter of TV legend Phil Silvers, Peter Shankman, Founder of HARO and Hollywood Pop Culture Expert as well as The Los Angeles Jewish Film Festival.
LAJFF is the annual cultural event in Los Angeles that builds awareness, appreciation and pride in the diversity of Jewish culture through film. New clients as of summer 2010 include: Marabina Jaimes, Emmy Award Winning actress and “the” voice in Spanish for Brenda Strong, the narrator on “Desperate Housewives.”