06-17-2011 01:16 PM CET - Leisure, Entertainment, Miscellaneous


Press release from: MLC PR
PR Agency: MLC PR
Photo Credit: Kimberly Metz
Photo Credit: Kimberly Metz
Los Angeles, CA (June 16, 2011) –Actress Elisabeth Rohm has been cast in Darkroom, an independent feature written by Michaelbrent Collins, directed by Britt Napierand produced by Michael A. Liberty and Rob Stein.Rohm tackles the role of “Rachel,” starring opposite Kaylee DeFer(“Gossip Girl”), Christian Campbell, (Reefer Madness), Tobias Segal(Petunia), and Britne Oldford (“Skins”). The story centers on Defer’s character being charged with killing three friends in a horrific car accident. She is then sentenced to court ordered rehab where, under the recommendation of her counselor, she soon takes a job that lands her trapped in a mansion with three psychotic siblings bent on physical torture to purge her sins. Rohm plays one of these three siblings.

Most know Röhm best as the “A.D.A. Serena Southerlyn’” on the NBC staple series, “Law & Order,”where creator/producer Dick Wolf praised her as "one of the finest young actresses working in television." She went on to star as “Alex Mason,” a love interest to Michael Vartan’s character, in the ABC drama “Big Shots” and later returned to NBC as a new addition to the cast of the cult-favorite series “Heroes.”Röhm has also starred in numerous films including Miss Congeniality 2, starring Sandra Bullock, and Woody Allen’s Deconstructing Harry. She starred in Kreutzer Sonata, an independent projectco-starring Danny Huston and starred opposite James Caan in the film Barry Minkow. Most recently she has completed shooting the independent feature by Brian A. Miller, titled Officer Down opposite Stephen Dorff, Dominic Purcell, Stephen Lang, James Woods, David Boreanaz and AnnaLynne McCord in the John Chase-scripted drama.

Elisabeth Rohm is represented by Affirmative Entertainment’s Melanie Greene and Nicholas Bogner, as well as Agency for the Performing Arts (APA).

For more media inquiries about Elisabeth Rohm, please contact Mona Loring at contact@monaloring.comor (323) 462-8080.


Seen to many as a supermom and actress extraordinaire, Elisabeth Röhm has been successfully juggling a full time job as a mother and actress over the past few years. Now, with several film projects in the pipeline, an endorsement deal as the “spokesmom” for JUNO BABY, a television show in development, and all her philanthropic interests, it is amazing that she stays beautiful, healthy and positive while managing to be consistently by her daughter’s side. 2011 has already been an eventful year as Röhm has five feature films pending release. She teamed up with Kyra Sedgwick and Vincent Donofrio in Chlorine; she stars in Office Down directed by Brian Miller alongside Stephen Dorff, the Warner Bros.’ thriller Transit across James Caviezel, produced by Joel Silver; and she is in the highly-anticipated film Abduction directed by John Singleton, starring Taylor Lautner and Sigourney Weaver, due out in September.

Mona Loring
7080 Hollywood Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90028

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