ROZ WOLF is a veteran Hollywood publicist.
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Born and raised in Hollywood, California, her Public Relations career began in entertainment PR at Rogers & Cowan in the Motion Picture Department.
As a film publicist, Roz Wolf worked with Ronni Chasen and Warren Cowan on major motion picture PR accounts and Oscar winning films such as, “Driving Miss Daisy” (1989), Common Threads-Stories from the Quilt (1990) and many other feature and documentary films including “18 Again” starring George Burns (1988).
After Rogers & Cowan was sold in the early 1990’s she went to work for another top PR firm at the time, Levine/Schneider. As a Senior Account Executive she worked with comedy clubs, authors, actors, film and television programs and acted as a red carpet event, public relations manager.
Both agencies called her back to work as a freelance publicist during 1995 to 2001.
In 2002, Roz Wolf began working at The Producers Lab, Inc. a music production company specializing in music licensing for TV programming that is now her permanent corporate home. She guided the company owner Richard Wolf. Her expertise secured major Hollywood Reporter Special Issue coverage for him. That kind of top trade exposure helped build Richard his image and branding as one of the most successful songwriter/producers in Hollywood. He went on to receive an Emmy for Music Composition and Direction in 2004 for a WB show titled “Static Shock”
2008 to 2010 she partnered as an account executive with other top publicists. During that time, the focus fell on walking celebrity clients through red carpet premieres, securing media placements, consulting on strategy, travel and signing new business.
Roz Wolf clients include: Judy Tenuta (“The Love Goddess”), Marabina Jaimes (Emmy Award Winning Actress and Latina Star), The Los Angeles Jewish Film Festival (since 2009), Peter Shankman (founder of HARO and social media super star) as well as many independent films and filmmakers.