Roz co-starred with Richard Pryor and Robert Downey, Sr. in You'll Lose That Beat.
Roz co-starred with Ed McMahon, and Sanford and Son's Demond Wilson in Full Moon High
Roz co-starred with Barbra Streisand and George Segal in The Owl and the Pussycat.
According to court documents, Roz suffers from bi-polar disorder.
Roz described her state of mind as "Annie Oakley" as she fired a shotgun at her neighbor's car. The car alarm had sounded.
When Roz appeared in court to answer charges of firearm use, she initially filed to serve as her own attorney.
Roz appeared before Judge Judy to complain that a leaky silicone implant ruined her acting career.
In 1999, Roz was arrested for firing a shotgun.
Roz sews and writes poetry.
Roz' movie credits include The Owl and the Pussycat; Greetings; You've Got to Walk It Like You Talk It; You'll Lose That Beat; Okay Bill; The Female Response; American Pop; New Year's Evil; and, Full Moon High.
Roz appeared in a Hollywood Square consisting of Peter Graves, Bonnie Franklin, Charlie Callas, Roz Kelly, Demond Wilson, Marcia Wallace, GG, Charo, and PL.
Roz shares a birthday with the late news anchor Peter Jennings. Roz is exactly five years younger.
Roz appeared on The Match Game opposite co-celebrity Greg Morris.
Roz would have been Fonzie's long-term girlfriend, if she and the producers of Happy Days would have been able to agree on the terms.
Roz is 7 years older than Happy Days sister Suzi Quatro.
Roz's familiar name is Roxie.
Roz is 26 months older than Happy Days boyfriend, Henry Winkler.
Roz Kelly: (on the people who recognize her from her three-episode stint on Happy Days) Those people scare me.
Roz Kelly: I hear that some people think I'm abrasive. I'm just myself. Sure I talk loud once in a while, but that doesn't mean people can chew me up and spit me out.
Roz Kelly: (to the National Enquirer, about her arrest for firearm use) I walked out the door of my home, aimed the shotgun at the car [the Acura] and started shooting from the hip like there was no tomorrow.