Date of Birth 9 January 1984, Warsaw, Mazowieckie, Poland
Birth Name Weronika Anna Dolores Rosati
Height 5′ 4¼” (1.63 m)
Weronika Rosati was is an international actress. Born in 1984 in Warsaw, her polish- american-hungarian mother is a famous fashion designer and her Italian father is a respected politician/economist now a depute at the european parliament. She has been working in films since she was a teenager , she became a Polish sensation after appearing in numerous popular tv series and achieved both stardom and recognition at the age go 19 with her first screen appearance in the lead female role of Gemma in “Pitbull”- a cop thriller classic. She attended the prestigious Lodz film school and then moved to New york where for two years she studied at the Lee Strasberg Institute. In the meantime she followed her career in Polish film working with such heat filmmakers as Krzysztof Zanussi in “Foreign Body” ( which premiered at the International Toronto film festival), Agnieszka Holland ” In darkness” ( nominated for an oscar for best foreign film), and in many other feature films and tv shows. In 2013 Weronika played the role of Pestka in the World War 2 drama ” Manhunt” which got international critical acclaim – she got her first Polish Film Academy nomination for best actress for her role and she got numerous awards including the Pola Negri prize for her portrayal of a young Jewish woman trying to save her sister from death. Rosati works often in France ( where she lived as a child and speaks fluent french) – she played a lead in tv film for france 2 television in “La Dame de Pique” and in Jerome Salle “burma conspiracy” opposite Tomer Sisley and Sharon Stone. Her first big breakthrough in the US was in 2011 when she was cast by Michael Mann in “Luck” the HBO original tv series starring Dustin Hoffman. She played a poker dealer Naomi , the love interest of Jason Gedrick and appeared in 4 episodes. From the she worked constantly in other tv show and films including ” True detective’ season 2, “Ncis”, “The Iceman” posit Michael Shannon, “Bullett to the head” opposite Sylvester Stallone, directed by Walter Hill, “Last Vegas” with Michael Douglas and “Rosemary’s baby’ for NBC. In 2015 Weronika completed ” USS Indianapolis : men of courage” a highly anticipated world war 2 drama directed by Mario Van Peebles. where she played Nicolas cage wife. She also will appear as a guest star on a new TBS comedy show “the Detour”, as well as a French agent in a lead guest star on the popular show”supernatural” directed by John Badham. She just wrapped a historical epic international co-production produced by Fred Roos “music, war and love” directed by Martha Coolidge where she stars opposite Stellan Skarsgaard. Rosati is a household name in Europe where she was also a spokesperson for Avon cosmetics and Pantene among others. currently lives in Los Angeles.
12 Important Dating Rules for Classy Men and Women
You may be a nice person. But to ensure that your date has a good time, here are a few dating rules for men and women that should never be overlooked.
Dating rules aren’t set in stone.
But after many dating experiences, there are a few incidents all of us come across in a date.
Some are good experiences, while some are not.
You may have your own dating rules too. And in all probability, they may be great ones.
But if you want to skip any bad experiences on a date and ensure that it’ll be a classy one, this is all you’d need.
Dating rules for classy men and women
There are a lot of dating rules that can make all the difference between a good one and an abysmal one.
Remember these twelve tips, and almost all the time, you’ll end up making a great impression on your date and having a great time too.
#1 Don’t be late
This is basic etiquette. Walking in late to a business meeting is terrible, but walking in late to a date is even more so.
There’s a potential chance of meeting the one you could spend the rest of your life with. By being late or careless on a date, you’re making it rather obvious that the date isn’t of much importance to you.
Always be on time, and on the grave circumstance that you’re forced to be late, let your date know ahead in time that you’ll be late.
#2 Never walk out or stand a date up
Halfway through the date, you may be convinced that the evening would be a total failure. Or you may notice your date just as you walk into a restaurant and realize that you don’t want to be with that person.
But no matter what, you’ve fixed the date. Be polite and considerate enough to have a pleasant evening with your date. Sometimes, you may end up meeting a great friend or even a potential business contact through a failed date.
On the other hand, how would you feel if you were ever stood up or walked out on halfway through the date?
#3 Show your best side
Dress up and try to look your best when you meet someone on a date. It’s very disrespectful and demeaning to walk in shabby when your date’s spent a while trying to look good for you. If you’re not sure about the date attire, casually bring it up when you’re fixing the date or let your partner know if you intend to dine in an elegant restaurant or have a casual dinner.
#4 Knights and damsels
Manners and etiquette aren’t just a way of letting the world know you know how to behave. It’s also your way of letting your date know that you respect them. On a successful date, a man has to be the chivalrous knight, and a woman has to be the elegant damsel in distress, because that’s just the way both sexes expect their dates to be.
#5 Cleanliness and your breath
Clean nails and good grooming habits are something that should never be overlooked. But there are a few other details most people forget. Did you light a cigarette to calm your nerves before the date? Make sure you don’t smell like an ashtray.
And after the meal, always excuse yourself to the restroom to pop in a breathmint or do it discreetly while you’re at the table. If you’re lucky enough to kiss on a first date, you don’t want to smell like a restaurant’s kitchen when you get closer to your date.
#6 Touchy manners
You may touch your date once or twice during the date, but if your date mate doesn’t reciprocate your touch with a warm smile or another touch, don’t push your luck. Don’t ever get touchy feely unless your date’s getting touchy feely with you. Flirty touches can seem repulsive if it’s not mutual.
#7 Don’t get drunk
You may know your limits when it comes to drinking. But sometimes, you may end up feeling tipsy or drunk with just a few glasses. And once you get there, there’s no way your date can end well. Avoid having more than a glass or two along with your dinner. It’s a precaution worth taking to avoid any embarrassment.
#8 Prepare yourself for a few conversations
Your date may be excited to meet you and get to know more about you. But at the same time, it’s not easy to create exciting conversations with someone you just met. So prepare yourself with a few interesting conversations so you’d always have a few pointers in mind if the date night gets silent and awkward.
#9 Don’t pester your date
It’s easy to get carried away when you’re having a great time and indulging in interesting conversations. But one of the biggest dating rules you should remember is to never get personal or persistent unless your date is comfortable with that conversation.
If your date doesn’t want to talk about exes, stay away from that conversation. Don’t pretend to become their personal shrink and ask your date to open up to you and reveal all in no time.
#10 Be sincere and truthful
Be sincere about yourself and in your compliments. Don’t weave astonishing stories about yourself and your achievements just to impress your date. You’d end up looking more like someone who’s too desperate.
On the other hand, compliment your date about something only if you genuinely feel it. A fake half compliment can seem more insulting and embarrassing to your date.
#11 Talking about exes
Exes are a hot topic on first dates. It’s easy and something that can stretch through dinner if someone’s got a dramatic story to share. But don’t talk about exes. Perhaps, you could ask your date about when they broke up, but don’t go into details.
Reminding someone about an ex wouldn’t do you any good. It’s distracting, and most importantly, it changes the focus of the date from the both of you to both of your pasts.
#12 Don’t have any sexual expectations
Sexual intimacy is a nervous thought that’ll linger on the back of both your heads. Both of you don’t really know what to do once the date is over, you don’t know if you can chance a quick kiss or hope for something better. As exciting as a date can be, ending a date can be quite complicated.
But when you’re stepping into the date, drop all your sexual expectations. Think of having a great time and nothing else. And once both of you are done with dinner and if you feel the vibes are right, take a chance. Going to a date with high sexual expectations will only frustrate you even if you had a great date.
These twelve dating rules are great starters that can help you create a charming impression on your date, and have a great time yourself without overstepping any first date boundaries.