Rosemary Watson has worked in and around the Arts for decades, wearing many hats as well as wigs.
She has appeared on The View, performing her impressions of famous political ladies, on The Queen Latifah Show singing jazz with her band, and was a presenter on PBS’s 16th Annual Mark Twain Prize for Humor Honoring Carol Burnett held at the Kennedy Center. Rosemary’s chance letter to the legend lead to their unique friendship and Burnett has since gone on to tout Rosemary, calling her “one of my favorite new comediennes’.
Rosemary has been in commercials and appeared as a host and guest on HGTV and The Discovery Channel in the mid-90s. She has written and worked on many corporate videos. She continues entertain for corporate and special events as well as concerts around Southern California and loves to teach vocal performance workshops.
She has a home-studio in Carlsbad, where she records and produces voiceovers every day for TV & radio, apps, e-learning courses, medical tutorials and corporate web videos. She has a vast repertoire of characters but it was her 2007 impersonation of Hillary Clinton that gained her world-wide recognition as an impersonator. Her work has been featured on CNN, The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, Live! with Jimmy Kimmel, The Howard Stern Show as well as shows in Australia, England and Sweden.
In 2018, she was nominated for Outstanding Body of Work, Best Voiceover by The Society of Voice Arts and Sciences.