For her leading role in the Lifetime/ A&E mini series The RookieRosie is interviewed by Darla Murray for Cosmo Magazine.

Rosie Moss is wonderful as Sarah Kaufman, a young lady that loves her father, but needs to find other interests before her time runs out. Moss plays daughter, friend, and lover with equal simplicity.  Her facial expressions light the stage and her craft is remarkable. - Joe Straw

I was so lucky that [Rosie] was who I got to work with. And it's not only that she's an incredibly attractive girl, she has a great personality. She is so genuine. I find her to be an extremely bright light. Working with her, the chemistry was very real. - Leland B. Martin (The Rookie)

Into this maelstrom of intrigue enter Yasue’s aide-de-camp Setsuzo Kotsuji (Scot Keiji Takeda) and Kaufman’s pretty young daughter Sarah (Rose Moss). When the pair strike up a friendship which quickly progresses to a romance forbidden by both Japanese and Jewish custom, sparks fly in all directions. - Truth is Stranger than Fiction - LASPLASH.com 

Rosie was amazingly flexible on set. We made a last second creative change and she rolled with it, kept positive attitude and made it work. Great experience working together. - Barry Flanagan, Director (MTV)

Who wouldn't want to work with someone as talented, prepared and enthusiastic as Rosie Moss? All of her work has been terrific and her smile lights up the green screen.  In short: Rosie Moss provides movie-introducing gold. - Zac Whinnem, Director (EPIX)

Rosie’s the real deal. She can do it all. - Colin Quinn, Comedian

Moss channels her inner Rosie Perez as an absolutely enchanting Hispanic supporter of shortstop Ruben Tejada. - Jeff Capellini (WFAN.com)

Rosie is a total pleasure to work with, a true professional. Emile Savia, Producer (Grisham Films)