Rosita Marstini (September 19, 1887–April 24, 1948) was a dancer, stage personality, and silent and sound film actress from Nancy, France.
Theatrical work in California
She began making movies for Universal Pictures in 1913 with her first feature being A Prisoner in the Harem. She was known as Countess Rosita Marstini. In 1916, she debuted at the Pantages Theater in Los Angeles, California in Woman's Wits, a play by Will Wyatt. She played the Pantages' circuit for an additional eight months.
- The Innocent Sinner (1917)
- The Babes in the Woods (1917)
- A Tale of Two Cities (1917)
- Madame Du Barry (1917)
- The Clever Mrs. Carfax (1917)
- Good Night, Paul (1918)
- Rosemary Climbs the Heights (1918)
- The Veiled Adventure (1919)
- Widow by Proxy (1919)
- The Luck of Geraldine Laird (1920)
- Silk Husbands and Calico Wives (1920)
- The Evil Eye (1920)
- The Outside Woman (1921)
- Blood and Sand (1922)
- Shadows of Paris (1924)
- The Redeeming Sin (1925)
- In Love with Life (1934)
- The Big Parade (1925)
- Flame of the Argentine (1926)
- No Other Woman (1928)
- Mexicana (1945)
- Rose of Santa Rosa (1947)
- Casbah (1948)
- Los Angeles Times, Rialto, September 14, 1916, Page II3.
- Los Angeles Times, Rosita Marstini, April 27, 1948, Page A12.
- Sheboygan, Wisconsin Press-Telegram, Did Hollywood Mystery Man Forecast Own Murder? His Music Yields Clue, Wednesday, November 19, 1924, Page 3.
- Woodland, California Daily Democrat, Women Thought To Have Killed Society Musician, Tuesday, November 11, 1924.