Elisabeth Rohm Biography
When the sexy Elisabeth Rohm turned 17, she traveled to Miami, Florida to take a chance on a modeling career. It was not really successful, thus she moved to Bronxville, New York, and attended the Sarah Lawrence College in Yonkers. Rohm then studied writing and European history. To make friends during her freshman year, Elisabeth auditioned for the play Bondage, and was cast. Soon after, she never let go of acting.
Upon graduating from college, Elisabeth Rohm worked as an assistant to an agent in New York. That served as a springboard to a string of small theater roles, as well as an uncredited appearance in Woody Allen's Deconstructing Harry. Elisabeth Rohm then landed a recurring role on the soap opera One Life to Live, from 1997 to 1998. In 1998, she worked on the TV movie The Invisible Man, and in 1999 Elisabeth starred in two miniseries: NBC's The '60s and the BBC's Eureka Street as well as on the TNT drama, Bull.
Still in 1999, Elisabeth Rohm stumbled upon her longest-running role at that time, as Kate Lockley on Angel, the popular spin off to Buffy the Vampire Slayer from 1999 to 2001. Her breakout role meanwhile came in 2001, when she was picked to replace Angie Harmon on Law & Order. As Assistant District Attorney Serena Southerlyn, Elisabeth Rohm became the latest sidekick to A.D.A. Jack McCoy, played by Sam Waterston. She then left Law & Order ion 2005 to focus on the movie Miss Congeniality 2 starring Sandra Bullock.
Elisabeth Rohm used to date Dan Abrams, chief legal correspondent for NBC News. She is now expecting a daughter on April 2008. She enjoys singing, writing as well as horseback riding.