Kali Rocha

Hometown: Providence, Rhode Island

Birthday: December 5

June 2018

One week after graduating from Carnegie Mellon University’s acting conservatory, Rocha was cast in her first Broadway show, “In the Summer House,” at Lincoln Center. She lived in New York City for the following eight years, appearing in over 25 plays, including “Noises Off!” on Broadway.

Rocha’s feature film credits include Arthur Miller’s film adaptation of “The Crucible,” “Meet The Parents,” “The Object of My Affection,” “Autumn in New York,” “White Oleander,” “Gods and Generals,” “Meet The Fockers,” “Ira and Abby,” “The Loft” and “Space Station 76,” which she also co-wrote.

Rocha’s television credits include “Sherri,” “Will & Grace,” “Monk,” “Modern Family,” and recurring roles on “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and “Grey’s Anatomy.” Additionally, she spent four seasons on the Disney hit “Liv and Maddie.” Also, she co-wrote four episodes of the show.

Rocha speaks French and loves to draw, sew, cook, travel and find treasures. She was born in Providence, R.I. and currently lives in Los Angeles with her husband and two children. Her birthday is Dec. 5. Follow her on Twitter @kalimrocha and Instagram @RochaKaliM.