Roma has appeared in such movies as Things You Can Tell Just By Looking At Her, I Am Sam, Holes, Double Jeopardy, Kiss The Girl and many others.
She owns a large collection of shoes.
She used to want to be a history teacher. Because she wound up in acting, she would still love to play a history teacher.
She used to do ballet and tap dancing when she was younger.
She watched very little movies and TV shows when she was younger.
Roma: I will not cheat and I will stay on my diet today.
She once was charged $122, by the Four Seasons Hotel in Seattle, for her laundry (which was a medium sized bag of underwear) to be done.
Roma: (when asked if she changed her thoughts on sexual politics between men and women in the film Disclosure) It didn't change my perceptions of sexual politics. I became more aware of what sexual harassment entails. The specifics of the term.
She was named after Rome, the capital city of Italy.
She has two dogs, Lou Lu and Lucky.
She loves to play ping-pong, run on her treadmill and write in her free time.
She supports and is involved with Unusual Suspects, a program that teaches children in foster care or juvenile detention to make theatre through their own experiences.
She got recommended for the role of Carmen in the Ron Howard film, The Paper, after being seen at a reading benefit in New York.
Roma was a regular on the show Chicago Hope, but only lasted less then half of the first season.
Roma began as a recurring role on Nip/Tuck, but by the following season, she was already a regular.
Roma is 5' 10" (1.78 m).
Roma: (about working with Michael Douglas) He was great. He's very generous. He tried desperately to teach me continuity.
Roma: (on working with Ron Howard) Terrific. It was unbelievable, it was great.
Roma: (when asked what appealed to her about Nip/Tuck and Liz Cruz) I was drawn to the role because of the writing.