Rosie Choo Pidcock
Rosie Choo Pidcock (she/her) is an actor and filmmaker living on Unceded Musqueam Territory. She holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of British Columbia, and a Diploma in Acting from Vancouver Film School. She is the recipient of the Voice With Impact 2021 grant on immigration and mental health for her short film “Esther & Sai”, a tender portrait of two immigrant women who meet at Canadian nursing school in 1976.
She produced, directed, and starred in the web series “Thank You For Ghosting” and the short film “Chime Me Again”. Her stage credits include Spectral Theatre’s “counterFACTUAL” at the Vancouver Fringe Festival, and “Attachments” at Rumble Theatre’s Tremors Festival. Her television credits include The CW’s Batwoman and SyFy’s Resident Alien.
Half-Chinese and fluent in Mandarin, Rosie’s dream is to shoot and star in a feature film in China’s beautiful Southwestern Province of Yunnan. A passionate environmentalist and mental health advocate, Rosie also volunteers her time with the non-profit organizations Student Energy and Art With Impact. She loves thrift stores, libraries, and swimming in the ocean.Back to Our People