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Eddie Rose is an American actor. Best known for his roles in films such as "The Gangster", "Fatal 23" and "Pineapple Express: Sitting, Smoking." Rose's last appearance on the screen was the short film "Rat Flock of Rats," in which he played the Sammy Davis lookalike, hired to perform at a birthday party. At the time of his death in late 2014, Rose was starring in the HBO television series Westworld.
Rose attended Olney High School in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He began his career at the Bushfire Theater of the Performing Arts, also based in Philadelphia. Later, Rose entered the North Carolina School of the Arts, where he met his fellow students Danny McBride and director David Gordon Green, with whom he later worked.
Rose made his debut in David Gordon Green's feature film George Washington as Damascus, which was released in 2000. The film was also Green's debut as a film producer, director and screenwriter. Rose also starred in several other David Gordon Green films, including All The Real Girls in 2003, Pineapple Express: Sitting, Smoking in 2008, and Babysitting with Jonah Hill in 2011.
In 2014, Eddie Rose starred in Todd Roel's short film The Rat Pack of Rats as Sammy Davis' doppelganger hired for a baby's birthday. At the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, the film won a Special Jury Prize for Unique Vision.
That same year, Rose landed the role of Kissy, an Indian smuggler in the HBO television series The Western World. The series is based on the 1973 film of the same name by Michael Crichton; the show is executive produced by JJ Abrams. The series takes place in a "futuristic amusement park." Rose finished filming the pilot in Utah just weeks before his death.
Rose died on December 7, 2014 from liver failure at the age of sixty.