Rosa Blasi is an American actress best known for her role as Dr. Luisa 'Lu' Delgado on the television series Strong Medicine.
A native of Chicago, Rosa comes from a strong theatre background, having performed in more than 40 professional productions beginning at age eight; ranging from comedy at the esteemed Piven Performance Company, as well as Second City, to starring in numerous musicals and touring with Kenny Rogers.
Blasi's television debut was a recurring role on the soap opera The Bold and the Beautiful. Soon to follow was a starring role on the MTV/UPN sitcom Hitz.
Rosa's rare combination of sex appeal and comedic timing landed her guest roles on hit shows such as Frasier, Becker, Caroline in the City, Drew Carey, Grown Up, Holding the Baby and Beverly Hills, 90210.
She later starred in the dramatic Showtime film, Noriega: God's Favorite, which was shot in the Philippines. The film was directed by Roger Spottiswoode, and co-starred Bob Hoskins. Both the film and Blasi's performance were critically acclaimed.
Blasi also starred in the Vagina Monologues at the Apollo Theater and has recorded numerous radio and television voice-overs.
She is married to professional football player James Finn, who plays for the New York Giants.