Rosario Dawson

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Rosario Dawson
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Dawson in 2022
Born (1979-05-09) May 9, 1979 (age 43) [1]
Occupation(s)Actress, film producer
Years active1995–present
Partner(s) Eric André (2016–2017)
Cory Booker (2019–2022)
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Rosario Isabel Dawson [2] (born May 9, 1979) [3] is an American actress and film producer. She made her feature-film debut in the 1995 independent drama Kids . Her subsequent film roles include He Got Game (1998), Josie and the Pussycats (2001), Men in Black II (2002), Rent (2005), Sin City (2005), Clerks II (2006), Death Proof (2007), Seven Pounds (2008), Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief (2010), Unstoppable (2010), Zookeeper (2011), Trance (2013), Top Five (2014), and Zombieland: Double Tap (2019). Dawson has also provided voice-over work for Disney/Marvel, Warner Bros./DC Comics, and ViacomCBS's Nickelodeon unit.


Dawson is also known for having several roles in film and television adaptations of comic books. These include Gail in Sin City (2005) and Sin City: A Dame to Kill For (2014), Claire Temple in five of the Marvel/Netflix series (2015–2018), and providing the voices of Diana Prince/Wonder Woman in the DC Animated Movie Universe and Space Jam: A New Legacy and Barbara Gordon/Batgirl in The Lego Batman Movie . In 2020, she portrayed Ahsoka Tano in the second season of The Mandalorian and The Book of Boba Fett , and is set to star in the upcoming Disney+ original series Ahsoka . In 2021, she has a recurring role in the Dwayne Johnson autobiographical comedy series Young Rock and a main role in the Hulu miniseries Dopesick .

IndieWire named Dawson one of the best actors never to have received an Academy Award nomination. [4]

Early life

Dawson was born on May 9, 1979, in New York City. Her mother, Isabel Celeste, is of Afro-Cuban and Puerto Rican ancestry. Isabel was 17 years old when Rosario was born; she never married Rosario's biological father, Patrick C. Harris. [5] [6] When Rosario was a year old, her mother married Greg Dawson, a construction worker. [5] Isabel and Greg moved into a reclaimed building on 544 East 13th Street after being approved as members of an affordable housing plan. The family later moved to Garland, Texas. [7] [8]


As a child, Dawson made a brief appearance on Sesame Street . At the age of 15, she was discovered on her front-porch step by photographer Larry Clark and Harmony Korine, with Korine deciding that she was perfect for a part he had written in his screenplay for the controversial 1995 film Kids . She went on to star in varied roles, including independent films and blockbusters such as Rent, He Got Game, and Men in Black II. [9] [10] [11] [12] [13]

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Dawson at the 1st Streamy Awards in March 2009

In 1998, Dawson provided an introductory voice-over for the remixed version of Prince's single "1999". [14] The voice-over was a commentary on the state of the world in the next to last year before the new millennium. [15] The following year, she appeared in The Chemical Brothers' video for the song "Out of Control" from the album Surrender . [16] She is also featured on the track "She Lives In My Lap" from the second disc of the OutKast album Speakerboxxx/The Love Below , [17] in which she speaks the introduction and a brief interlude towards the end.

In 2001, she appeared in the film Josie and the Pussycats as band member Valerie Brown and had a role in Chelsea Walls , the directorial debut of Ethan Hawke.

Dawson starred opposite Edward Norton in the Spike Lee drama 25th Hour (2002). In the 2004 Oliver Stone film Alexander , she played Roxana, the wife of Alexander the Great. In 2005, Dawson made her stage debut [18] as Julia in the Public Theater's "Shakespeare in the Park" revival of Two Gentlemen of Verona . [19]

In the film adaptation of the popular musical Rent in 2005, she played the exotic dancer Mimi Marquez, replacing Daphne Rubin-Vega, who was pregnant and unable to play the part. For her role in Rent, Dawson won the Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture. She also appeared in the adaptation of the graphic novel Sin City, co-directed by Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller, portraying Gail, a prostitute-dominatrix. Also that year, she appeared in a deleted scene in the Rob Zombie film The Devil's Rejects . The scene was included in the deleted scenes on the DVD release.

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Dawson at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival

She starred as Becky in Clerks II (2006). In Back to the Well, documentary about the making of the series, she stated that the donkey show sequence was what made her decide to take the role. In May of the same year, Dawson co-created and co-wrote the comic-book miniseries Occult Crimes Taskforce . [20] She was at the 2007 San Diego Comic-Con to promote the comic. She co-starred with former Rent alumna Tracie Thoms in the Quentin Tarantino throwback film Death Proof in 2007, part of the Tarantino/Robert Rodriguez double feature Grindhouse . She produced and starred in Descent alongside friend Talia Lugacy, whom she met at the Lee Strasberg Academy. [21] On July 7, 2007, Dawson presented at the American leg of Live Earth.

In 2008, Dawson starred with Will Smith in Seven Pounds and in Eagle Eye , produced by Steven Spielberg. Beginning in August, she starred in Gemini Division , an online science-fiction series. In the computer-animated series Afterworld , she voiced Officer Delondre Baines. [22] On January 17, 2009, Dawson hosted Saturday Night Live . Later in the year, she voiced Artemis of Bana-Mighdall in the animated film Wonder Woman . [23]

In 2009, Dawson performed in The People Speak , a documentary feature film that uses dramatic and musical performances of the letters, diaries, and speeches of everyday Americans, based on historian Howard Zinn's A People's History of the United States . [24] In 2009, Dawson also voiced the character of Velvet Von Black in Rob Zombie's animated feature, The Haunted World of El Superbeasto . For the Kasabian album West Ryder Pauper Lunatic Asylum , she is featured singing on the track "West Ryder Silver Bullet".

In 2010, she starred in the films Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief as Persephone, and Unstoppable as railway yardmaster Connie. In 2013, she appeared in the independent film Gimme Shelter . The following year, she reprised her role as Gail in Sin City: A Dame to Kill For . In 2015, she played Claire Temple in the Netflix web television series Daredevil , a role which she reprised in Jessica Jones and Luke Cage . [25] Dawson's likeness was also used in the Jessica Jones tie-in comic as her character on both shows. Dawson has continued this role in 2017 in Iron Fist and The Defenders . [25]

She appeared in Top Five in 2014, for which she was nominated for the Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Actress in a Comedy, and in 2018, she played the female lead role in the film Krystal . In 2020, she was cast as the Star Wars character Ahsoka Tano in the second season of The Mandalorian on Disney+ and reprised her role in The Book of Boba Fett . [26] She will also reprise the role in the spinoff limited series, Ahsoka . In 2022, she reprised her role as Becky for Clerks III (2022).

Activism and advocacy


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Dawson at the Bernie Sanders rally in East Los Angeles in May 2016

Dawson was arrested in 2004, while protesting against President George W. Bush. [27]

Dawson endorsed Barack Obama for re-election in 2012, [28] and Bernie Sanders for the Democratic nomination in the 2016 Democratic Party primaries. [29] On April 15, 2016, Dawson was among the protesters arrested during Democracy Spring in Washington, DC. [30]

In mid-2019, Dawson endorsed her boyfriend Cory Booker in the 2020 presidential election. Booker ended his campaign for president on January 13, 2020. [31] [32] Had she become First Lady of the United States, Dawson said she would have advocated for solutions to youth homelessness. [33] On March 9, 2020, Dawson endorsed the presidential campaign of Bernie Sanders, whom she had also previously endorsed in his 2016 bid. [34]


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Dawson at the 2008 Willow Awards

Dawson is involved with the Lower East Side Girls Club [35] and supports other charities such as environmental group Global Cool, One Campaign, Oxfam, Operation USA, Amnesty International, Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG), the International Rescue Committee, Voto Latino, [36] and Stay, a poster and public service advertising campaign for PFLAG, where she is featured with her uncle [37] Frank Jump. [38] She has participated in the Vagina Monologues (she refers to her vagina as "The General") [39] and serves on the board for V-Day, a global non-profit movement that raises funds for women's anti-violence groups through benefits of this play. [40]

In October 2008, Dawson became a spokeswoman for's philanthropy program, More Than Footprints, Conservation International, Doctors Without Borders, National Geographic Society, The Nature Conservancy, and Save the Children. Also in October 2008, she lent her voice to the RESPECT! Campaign, [41] a movement aimed at preventing domestic violence. She recorded a voice message for the Web site, stressing the importance of respect in helping stop domestic violence. In 2012, Dawson partnered with SodaStream International in launching the first annual Unbottle the World Day, a campaign conceived in an effort to raise awareness to the impact of cans and plastic bottles on the environment. [42]

Personal life

Dawson is a self-professed Trekkie, who mentioned both her brother's and her love of Star Trek in an interview with Conan O'Brien, and also demonstrated her knowledge of several Klingon words. [43]

Dawson adopted a 12-year-old girl in 2014. [44]

In March 2019, Dawson confirmed that she was in a relationship with US Senator Cory Booker. [45] Their relationship ended in February 2022. [46] [47]

In 2018, Dawson made a post to Instagram that was widely perceived as her coming out as queer; when asked about this in a 2020 interview, she stated that this had not been her intention, and further specified that although "People kept saying that I [came out]... I didn’t do that, ... I mean, it’s not inaccurate, but I never did come out. I mean, I guess I am now ... I’ve never had a relationship in that space, so it’s never felt like an authentic calling to me.". A representative of Dawson later clarified to The Daily Beast that she meant to say she came out as an ally of the LGBTQ community. [48] [49] [50]



1995 Kids Ruby
1997Girls' Night OutGirlShort film
1998 He Got Game Lala Bonilla
Side Streets Marisol Hidalgo
1999 Light It Up Stephanie Williams
2000 Down to You Lana
King of the Jungle Veronica
2001 Josie and the Pussycats Valerie Brown
Sidewalks of New York Maria Tedesko
Trigger HappyDee
Chelsea Walls Audrey
2002 Ash Wednesday Grace Quinonez
The First $20 Million Is Always the Hardest Alisa
Men in Black II Laura Vasquez
The Adventures of Pluto Nash Dina Lake
Love in the Time of Money Anna
25th Hour Naturelle Riviera
2003 V-Day: Until the Violence Stops Herself
This Girl's Life Martine
Shattered Glass Andy Fox
The Rundown Mariana
2004 Alexander Roxana
2005 This Revolution Tina Santiago
Sin City Gail
Little Black DressHaleyShort film
Rent Mimi Marquez
2006 Clerks II Rebecca "Becky" Scott
A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints Laurie
2007 Death Proof (Grindhouse)Abernathy Ross
Descent MayaAlso producer
2008 Explicit Ills Babo's Mom
Eagle Eye Zoe Perez
Killshot Donna
Seven Pounds Emily Posa
2009 Wonder Woman Artemis Voice
The Haunted World of El Superbeasto Velvet Von BlackVoice
The People Speak Herself
2010AwakeRobinShort film
Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief Persephone
Unstoppable Connie Hooper
2011 Miss Representation Herself
Girl Walks into a Bar June
Zookeeper Kate
10 Years Mary
2012 Fire with Fire Talia Durham
Hotel Noir Sevilla, the Maid
2013 Trance Elizabeth Lamb
Gimme Shelter June Bailey
César Chávez Dolores Huerta
Parts per Billion Mia
Raze Rachel
2014 Sin City: A Dame to Kill For Gail
The Ever After Herself
The Captive Nicole
Top Five Chelsea Brown
2015 Tinker Bell and the Legend of the NeverBeast NyxVoice
Justice League: Throne of Atlantis Diana Prince / Wonder Woman Voice
Puerto Ricans in Paris Vanessa
2016 Justice League vs. Teen Titans Diana Prince / Wonder WomanVoice
Ratchet & Clank ElarisVoice
2017 Justice League Dark Diana Prince / Wonder WomanVoice
The Lego Batman Movie Barbara Gordon / Batgirl Voice
Unforgettable Julia Banks
Krystal Krystal Bryant
2018 The Death of Superman Diana Prince / Wonder WomanVoice
The Need to GrowNarratorVoice, documentary
Sorry to Bother You Voice in ElevatorVoice
Henchmen JoleneVoice
2019 Reign of the Supermen Diana Prince / Wonder WomanVoice
Someone Great Hannah Davis
Jay and Silent Bob Reboot Reggie Faulken
Zombieland: Double Tap Nevada
Wonder Woman: Bloodlines Diana Prince / Wonder WomanVoice
The DeportedHerselfDocumentary
2020 Justice League Dark: Apokolips War Diana Prince / Wonder WomanVoice
The Water Man Mary
2021 Space Jam: A New Legacy Diana Prince / Wonder WomanVoice
2022 Sell/Buy/Date HerselfDocumentary
Clerks III Becky Scott
2023 Haunted Mansion GabbiePost-production


2003 Punk'd HerselfEpisode #1.8
2007 Robot Chicken VariousVoice, episode: "More Blood, More Chocolate"
2008 Gemini Division Anna DiazWeb series; 50 episodes
Also executive producer
2009 Saturday Night Live HerselfEpisode: "Rosario Dawson/Fleet Foxes"
SpongeBob SquarePants Episode: "SpongeBob's Truth or Square"
2011 Five LiliTelevision film
2015–16 Daredevil Claire Temple 8 episodes
2015 Jessica Jones Episode: "AKA Smile"
2016–18 Luke Cage 11 episodes
2017 Iron Fist 6 episodes
The Defenders 6 episodes
Waves for Water HerselfDocumentary
2018–19 Jane the Virgin Jane "J.R." Ramos17 episodes
2018 Elena of Avalor DariaVoice, 2 episodes
2019 Weird City DeltEpisode: "A Family"
2020 The Last Kids on Earth RezzochVoice, 7 episodes [51]
2020 Briarpatch Allegra "Pick" DillMain role
Make It Work! HerselfTelevision special
The Mandalorian Ahsoka Tano Episode: "Chapter 13: The Jedi"
2020–2022 It's Pony Penny RamiroRecurring role
2021 Calls KatherineVoice, episode: "It's All In Your Head"
Young Rock General Monica Jackson2 episodes
Eden A37Voice, English dub [52]
Dopesick Bridget MeyerMiniseries [53]
AEW Dynamite HerselfEpisode #2.50 [54]
2021–present Go-Big Show Herself (judge)16 episodes
2022 The Book of Boba Fett Ahsoka TanoEpisode: "Chapter 6: From the Desert Comes a Stranger"
DMZ Alma "Zee" OrtegaMiniseries
Love, Death & Robots Dr. MirnyEpisode: "Swarm"
2023 Ahsoka Ahsoka TanoMain role

Music video

1999"Out of Control" The Chemical Brothers
2002"Miss You" Aaliyah Cameo
2010"California Run" [55] Neil Nathan Cameo
2012"Supercool" The Bullitts
2016"Where's the Love?" The Black Eyed Peas featuring The World
2017"Family Feud" Jay Z featuring Beyoncé Promo video for Tidal
2018"Earth Girls" Jesse Boykins III Cameo
"10,000 Hours" [56] Fat Tony Cameo

Video games

YearTitleVoice role(s)Notes
2006 Marc Eckō's Getting Up: Contents Under Pressure Tina
2012 Syndicate Lily Drawl
2016 Ratchet & Clank Elaris
Dishonored 2 Meagan Foster / Billie Lurk
Lego Dimensions Barbara Gordon / BatgirlCredited as Rasario Dawson
2017 Wilson's Heart Elsa Wolcott
Dishonored: Death of the Outsider Billie Lurk
2019 NBA 2K20 IsaMyCAREER Story
2022 Dying Light 2 Stay Human Lawan


2017 Artemis Andy Weir


YearTitleRoleAuthorProduction Company
2021 Batman: The Audio Adventures [57] Selina Kyle / Catwoman Dennis McNicholas Blue Ribbon Content

Awards and nominations

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