Rose Catherine Lettitia Matafeo is a New Zealand comedian, actress, and TV presenter. She was born on February 25, 1992, and currently, she is 28 years old. She studied at Aukland Girls’ Grammar School, where she was ahead girl.
Rose Matafeo was just fifteen years old when she started doing stand up comedy on the platform of “Class Comedians” a programme sponsored by the New Zealand Comedy Trust. In 2007, she also won the “Nailed It on the Night” Award at the New Zealand International Comedy Festival.
Rose served as a host for “Fanfiction Comedy”, a popular comedy festival show.
She was a TV presenter and host of U Live, a TVNZ U channel show.
Rose Matafeo began her role as a writer for a satirical news and comedy sketch show ‘Jono And Ben At Ten’. She also directed five episodes of ‘Golden Boy’, a 2019 New Zealand TV comedy.
In March 2019, Rose was cast as the lead actress in her first feature film, Baby, Done, which is expected to release in 2020.
In May 2019, Rose debuted on US Television as a stand-up comedian on Conan O ‘Brien’s Talk show on TBS.
Rose seems to be very close to her family and frequently spends time with them by going for a vacation. She has a unique ethnicity, as her father is Samoan and her mother is of Scottish and Croatian heritage. She also has two older brothers.
About Love life
Rose Matafeo was dating Guy Williams, who’s a comedian and television personality. Within six months they broke up. Later, she was dating James Acaster and even moved in with him to London in 2015 and there were rumors of their marriage. However, the two ended up things in 2017, Rose stated that James rarely made time for her. Reportedly, at present, she is single and enjoying her best life.