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Rosen is a surname. Notable people with this surname include:



  • Adam Rosen (born 1984), American-born British luger Olympian
  • Al Rosen (1924–2015), American All Star and MVP baseball player
  • Al Rosen (actor) (1910–1990), American actor in Cheers
  • Albert Rosen (1924–1997), conductor
  • Andrea Rosen (born 1974), American comedian and actress
  • Andy Rosen (also known as Goat), American musician
  • Anton Rosen (1859–1928), Danish architect
  • Barry Rosen, director and TV producer
  • Beatrice Rosen, French actress
  • Carl Gustaf von Rosen (1909–1977), Swedish pioneer aviator
  • Charles Rosen (1927–2012), American pianist and author
  • Charles Rosen (scientist) (1917–2002), Canadian artificial intelligence researcher
  • Charley Rosen (born 1941), American basketball coach and sports writer
  • Conrad von Rosen (1628–1715), Marshal of the French Army
  • Daniel Rosen, comedian and announcer
  • David Rosen (disambiguation), several people, including:
    • David Rosen (artist) (born 1959), South African artist and fashion designer
    • David Rosen (business) (born 1934), chief executive officer of SEGA
    • David Rosen (entomologist) (1936-1997), Israeli entomologist
    • David Rosen (musicologist) (born 1938), professor of musicology at Cornell University
    • David Rosen (politics), fundraiser for Hillary Clinton in 2000
    • David Rosen (rabbi) (born 1951), former Chief Rabbi of Ireland
    • David M. Rosen, American anthropologist
  • Eliyahu Chaim Rosen (1899–1984), Polish-born rabbi in the Ukraine
  • Eric Rosen (born 1953), Kansas Supreme Court Justice
  • Eunice Rosen (born 1930), American bridge player
  • Fred Rosen (disambiguation), several people, including:
    • Fred Rosen (author), true crime author and former columnist for The New York Times
    • Fred Rosen (businessman), former CEO of Ticketmaster, co-founder of the Bel Air Homeowners Alliance
    • Fred Rosen (physician) (1930–2005), American medical researcher
  • Freda Rosen (1945–2007), American playwright, director, political activist, social therapist and mentor
  • Friedrich Rosen (1856–1935), German Orientalist, diplomat and politician
  • Gerald Ellis Rosen (born 1951), American judge
  • Gerald Harris Rosen (born 1933), American theoretical physicist
  • Goody Rosen (1912–1994), Canadian All Star major league baseball player
  • Gustaf-Fredrik von Rosen (1895–1956), Swedish officer and murderer
  • Harold Rosen (electrical engineer) (born 1926), American electrical engineer
  • Harry Rosen (born 1931), Canadian businessman
  • Harvey Rosen, Canadian mayor
  • Herb Rosen, founder of Skippers Seafood & Chowder House
  • Hilary Rosen (born 1958), former chief executive of the RIAA


  • Jack Rosen (born 1949), chairman of the American Jewish Congress
  • Jacky Rosen (born 1957), American politician
  • James Rosen (disambiguation), several people, including:
    • James Rosen (jurist) (1909–1972), United States federal judge
    • James Rosen (journalist), American journalist
  • Jay Rosen (born 1956), American journalism professor
  • Jeffrey Rosen (disambiguation), several people
  • Jelka Rosen (1868–1935), Serbian painter
  • John Rosen, Canadian criminal defence lawyer
  • Josh Rosen (born 1997), American football player
  • Kelly Rosen (born 1995), Estonian footballer
  • Larry Rosen (executive), Canadian retail chief executive officer
  • Lawrence Rosen (anthropologist) anthropologist
  • Lawrence Rosen (attorney), American attorney and computer specialist
  • Leo Rosen, American cryptoanalyst
  • Louis Rosen (1918–2009), nuclear physicist
  • Magnus Rosén (born 1963), Swedish musician
  • Marion Rosen (1914-2012), German-American physiotherapist
  • Mel Rosen (born 1928), American track coach
  • Martin Rosen (director), British film director
  • Michael Rosen (born 1946), English poet, broadcaster and educationalist
  • Michel de Rosen (born 1951), U.S. businessman
  • Milton Rosen (1915–2014), Engineer and project manager in the US space program
  • Moishe Rosen (1932–2010), founder of Jews for Jesus
  • Moses Rosen (1912–1994), Chief Rabbi of Romania
  • Nancy Rosen, U.S. sculptor
  • Nathan Rosen (1909–1995), Israeli physicist
  • Nir Rosen (born 1977), American journalist and chronicler of the Iraq War
  • Paul Rosen (born 1960), Canadian sledge hockey goalie and motivational speaker
  • Phil Rosen (1888–1951), American film director and cinematographer
  • Pinchas Rosen (1887–1978), Israeli founder, statesman and lawyer
  • Rich Rosen (born 1956), software developer
  • Robert Rosén (born 1987), Swedish ice hockey player
  • Robert Rosen (theoretical biologist) (1934–1998), American theoretical biologist
  • Robert Rosen (writer) (born 1952), American writer
  • Roman Rosen (1849–1921), Russian diplomat
  • Sam Rosen (comics) (died 1992), comic book author
  • Sam Rosen (sportscaster) (born 1948), U.S. sportscaster
  • Selina Rosen (born 1960), U.S. science fiction publisher, editor, and author
  • Shabtai Rosenne (1917–2010), UK-born Israeli professor and diplomat
  • Shlomo Rosen (1905–1985), Israeli politician and minister
  • Sherwin Rosen (1938–2001), American labor economist
  • (born 1978), Prime Rabbi of Romania
  • Stanley Rosen (born 1929), American philosopher
  • Stephen Rosen (disambiguation) or Steven Rosen, several people
  • William Rosen (born 1928), American bridge player
  • Zack Rosen (born 1989), All-American basketball player at University of Pennsylvania; plays for Maccabi Ashdod in Israel

Fictional characters

  • Dr. Arnold Rosen, a cardiologist on Mad Men, who lives one floor below the Drapers
  • Sylvia Rosen, Arnold Rosen's wife on Mad Men
  • David Rosen, the Attorney General of the United States on Scandal


  • Rosen, Burgas Province, Bulgaria
  • Rosen, Dobrich Province, Bulgaria
  • Rosen, Minnesota, unincorporated community, United States

See also

  • Rosen College of Hospitality Management (College of the University of Central Florida), academic college
  • John and Zeta Rosen Way, Edmonton, Canada
  • Rozov

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