Louise Rozett is a YA author, a playwright, and a recovering actor. Confessions of an Angry Girl and Confessions of an Almost-Girlfriend are Louise's first novels. She lives in Brooklyn and Los Angeles, and enjoys driving back and forth between the two with her 120-pound Bernese mountain dog, Lester (named after Lester Freamon from The Wire, of course). Her plays have been produced in various incarnations by great companies such as the Naked Angels; at great places like New York Stage & Film and the New York International Fringe Festival; and by great actors such as Tony Award-winner Frank Wood and John Finn (Cold Case, Homeland).
As a performer, Louise's claim to fame is playing the role of "Hope" in the original production of Urinetown! at the 1999 New York International Fringe Festival. Every once in a while she sings in a band.