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American actress Rosa Blasi is best known for playing “Luisa Delgado” in the medical drama series “Strong Medicine.” Another prominent role portrayed by Blasi was as “Barb Thunderman” in the comedy series “The Thundermans.” Blasi, who was born into a family of musicians and artists, was exposed to the entertainment business from a young age. She is a mezzo-soprano with classical training. Her training in theater has been very beneficial to her acting career. Blasi also had a number of musical roles early in her career. With a recurring part in “The Bold and the Beautiful,” she made her television debut. After that, she made brief appearances in a number of sitcoms like “High Tide,” “Beverly Hills, 90210,” and “Frasier.” She became well-known among television viewers thanks to her role in “Strong Medicine.” As an actor, Blasi has appeared in films including “The Grudge” and “Lesser of Three Evils.” She is renowned for her hilarious timing and flawless body. The humorous autobiography “Jock Itch: Misadventures of a Retired Jersey Chaser” was written by Rosa Blasi.

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Early Childhood & Life

Rosa Blasi was born in Chicago, Illinois, on December 19, 1972. Both her mother Joyce Blasi and father Rocco were mezzo soprano singers. She has two brothers, Michael and Rocky, as well as two sisters, Tasha and Marina. She has Hispanic, Italian, and Irish ancestry.

Blasi had mezzo-soprano training. In her formative years, she studied the piano, dancing, and voice. Blasi was drawn to stage performances since she was born into a family of singers, ballet dancers, and theatre performers.
Rosa Blasi began giving stage performances when she was 8 years old. She played both with the comedy troupe “The Second City” and at the “Piven performance Company.” In addition to touring with the artist Kenny Rogers, Blasi has been in a number of musicals.

Career of Rosa Blasi

Rosa Blasi made her television debut in 1996 with the drama series “The Bold and the Beautiful.” The CBS network broadcast it. Shelly, a recurring character, was played by Blasi. She had an appearance on the show “High Tide” that same year.

In the 1997 television series “Hitz,” which aired on the “UPN” channel, Blasi played the lead role of “April Beane.” In 10 episodes of the show, she made an appearance. After that, Blasi made guest appearances in a number of TV shows, including “Frasier,” “Becker,” “Caroline in the City,” and “Sons of Thunder.”

In a 1999 episode of the teen drama series “Beverly Hills, 90210,” Blasi played “Clara Covington.” She made an appearance as “Carla” in a Grown Ups episode that same year. The Out Of Work-Out was the name of the episode. Blasi made her acting debut in 2000’s “Noriega: God’s Favorite,” playing the part of “Vicky Amador.” Roger Spottiswoode was the director of the movie. Critics gave the movie positive reviews, and Blasi’s acting was praised.

Blasi’s major break came in 2000 with the medical drama series “Strong Medicine.” From 2000 to 2006, it broadcast on the “Lifetime” network. ‘Dr. Luisa Delgado,’ a doctor and lone mother, was a character played by Blasi. The show focused on the lives of two female doctors from diverse backgrounds named “Dr. Delgado” and “Dr. Stowe.” Blasi excelled in her role and received high praise for it. She stayed on the program until it was cancelled.

Blasi appeared in the renowned horror film “The Grudge” in 2004. She portrayed ‘Maria Kirk,’ the wife of Bill Pullman’s character ‘Peter Kirk. It was her first significant screen role. She appeared in the crime film “Lesser of Three Evils” that same year. She made an appearance as “Woman in Black.” In a 2005 episode of the police drama “CSI: Miami,” Blasi played the role of “Ana Garcia.”

Blasi was chosen for the cast of the comedy-drama series “Make It or Break It” in 2009. The network ‘ABC Family’ broadcast it. Throughout the first three seasons of the show, she portrayed the recurrent role of “Ronnie Cruz.” From 2009 until 2012, Blasi continued to appear on the program. Blasi appeared frequently as “Blake Thatcher” in the drama series “Lone Star” that aired on the “Fox” network in 2012. She made an appearance in a “The Haunted Hathaways” episode that aired on Nickelodeon in 2014.

She had an appearance as “Barb Thunderman” on the Nickelodeon channel’s comedic series “The Thundermans” in 2013. It was a humorous picture of a supernaturally gifted family struggling to live a normal life. Mother named “Barb” has supernatural abilities but made an effort not to use them. The show was discontinued in May 2018.

On stage, Rosa Blasi has also left her imprint. She participated in the Apollo Theatre production of “The Vagina Monologues.” She has participated in “What a Pair,” a concert that raised money for breast cancer research. Talk shows including “Politically Incorrect with Bill Maher” and “The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn” have included Blasi as a guest. Rosa Blasi published a humorous autobiography called “Jock Itch: Misadventures of a Retired Jersey Chaser” in 2011. The publisher of it was “HarperCollins.” In the book, she presents her interactions with elite players in a lighthearted manner.

Individual Life of Rosa Blasi

Rosa Blasi has had two marriages. She wed Jim Finn, a professional football player, in February 2014. A fullback with the “New York Giants,” Finn. Kaia Finn, a daughter of the couple, was born. In 2008, they got divorced. Blasi is in charge of raising her daughter.

Todd William Harris, a mortgage broker by trade, and Blasi got married in May 2014. The dating service Match.com is how the pair first connected. Ryan, Blasi’s stepdaughter, is a product of her husband’s first union. There are no children from this marriage for the couple.

Net worth of Rosa Blasi

The estimated net worth of Rosa Blasi is about $1 million.