Rose McIver, also known as Frances Rose McIver, is a talented on-screen actress from New Zealand. She was born on October 10, 1988. She is currently 32 years old. She is best known for her role as therapy inspector Olivia “Liv” Moore in The CW’s famous parody show iZombie (2015–2019). A Christmas Prince (2017), A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding (2018), and A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby (2018) are her successful lighter comedies (2019).
WHAT IS ROSE MCIVER’S NET WORTH?
As of 2020, Rose McIver’s net worth is estimated to be at $3 million dollars.
EDUCATION & FAMILY / BROTHER:
McIver was born in Auckland and raised in Titirangi by her parents, John George Whitfield “Macintosh” McIver, a photographer, and Ann “Annie” McIver, a craftswoman. Despite everything, her parents live in the house where she grew up. Paul McIver, a performer and former on-screen actor, is her more established sibling. She studied artistic dance and jazz moves till she was thirteen years old.
McIver attended Avondale College and served as an official her senior year. She received her diploma in 2006. She studied Psychology and Linguistics at the University of Auckland, but did not complete her degree. As the voice of the audience’s heart, she participated in their “Every Good Banana” advancement.
DEBUT CAREER / PROFESSIONAL CAREER:
McIver made his big screen debut in Peter Jackson’s film adaptation of The Lovely Bones, which was released in the United States on December 11, 2009. She portrayed Lindsey Salmon, the younger sister of the main character, in the film. McIver starred in the film Predicament, based on the novel by Ronald Hugh Morrieson, which was released on August 26, 2010 in New Zealand and Australia. In the cities of Hawera and Eltham, recording took place in July and August 2009. In 2011, McIver appeared in the television film Tangiwai, which was based on the 1953 Tangiwai train disaster. She portrayed Nerissa Love, the life partner of New Zealand cricketer Bob Blair and one of the disaster’s victims, in the film. She also appeared in the parody series Super City, where she played team publicist Candice. She appeared in front of an audience at the Herald Theater from March 19 to April 10, 2010 as Izzy, the main character’s closest buddy in That Face. McIver was also chosen to participate in the Show Me Shorts Film Festival in 2010.
McIver was cast as the grown-up Cathy Dollanganger in the Lifetime TV film Petals on the Wind, based on the novel by V. C. Andrews, in February 2014. McIver was cast as Olivia “Liv” Moore in CW’s new arrangement iZombie in March 2014, and the show premiered a year later on March 17, 2015. On August 1, 2019, the arrangement came to an end after five seasons and 71 scenes.
McIver was spotted in Romania in March 2017, filming A Christmas Prince for Netflix, which was released on November 17, 2017. In the 2018 spin-off film A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding, she reprised her role as Amber Moore, and she will reprise the role in the threequel A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby. The melodic part, Daffodils, has been tossed in by McIver. Shooting began in Wellington, Waikato, and Wairarapa in February 2018, and the film was released in New Zealand and Australia in 2019. McIver also works as an agent for Emirates Airlines.
McIver enjoys writing and is inspired by authors such as John Steinbeck, Wally Lamb, and Franz Kafka. She enjoys crossword puzzles and Sudoku as well.
|The Piano (1993)||Flying (1998)||Ozzie (2001)|
|Toy Love (2002)||Knickers (2007)||So Fresh & So Keen (2008)|
|The Lovely Bones (2009)||Predicament (2010)||Dangerous Ride (2010)|
|The Dinner Party (2012)||Blinder (2013)||Brightest Star (2013)|
|Warning Labels (2015)||Coward (2015)||Queen of Carthage (2015)|
|The Answers (2015)||A Christmas Prince (2017)||Brampton’s Own (2018)|
|The Royal Wedding (2018)||Daffodils (2019)||The Royal Baby (2019)|
|Shortland Street (1993)||Hercules in the Underworld (1994)||The Legendary Journeys (1995)|
|Riding High (1995)||City Life (1996)||Warrior Princess (1999)|
|Murder in Greenwich (2002)||Mercy Peak (2002)||P.E.T. Detectives (2003)|
|Eddie’s Million Dollar Cook-Off (2003)||Maiden Voyage (2004)||Maddigan’s Quest (2006)|
|Rude Awakenings (2007)||Back on Board (2007)||Legend of the Seeker (2009)|
|Power Rangers RPM (2009)||Tangiwai (2011)||Super City (2011)|
|Masters of Sex (2013-14)||Petals on the Wind (2014)||iZombie (2015-19)|
|A Bunch of Dicks (2017)||Dream Works Dragons (2017)||I’m Sorry (2018)|
WINNING AWARDS LIST:
- TV Guide NZ Television Awards
- Visa Entertainment Screen Awards