About The Artist: Roz Kelly
Roz Kelly photo career started in New York City in the mid 60s and her keen eye, talent and great vibe led her to do commissioned work for New York magazine, Harpers magazine and Arts Magazine.
In fact New York Magazine gave Roz her fist photo assignment when it was still part of the World Journal Tribune and sent her to photograph the Fugs.
That followed an array of iconic names such as: Jimy Hendrix, Dustin Hoffman, Andy Warhol, Neil Diamond, Frank Zappa and the Mother of Invention, Leonard Cohen, Cream, Diane Arbus, The Fug, to name a few.
Then in the mid 70s she left the security of the New York magazine, her loft and her Big Apple friends and headed for Hollywood.
With her exotic good looks, charm and contagious personality it didn’t take long for her to appear on TV shows like: Starsky and Hutch, Kojak, Baretta, Dukes of Hazzard, The Love Boat, Fantasy Island and Charlie’s Angles. Then she landed the juicy role of Pinky Tuscarello in Happy Days. At one point she was receiving more daily fan mails than Henry “the Foz” Winkler and plenty of dates and proms invitation.
Today Ms. Roz leads a serene life in the Hollywood Hills and looking after her photo archives and playing with her cat.
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