Rosenberg dropped out halfway through his second year at Yale.His "greatest influence and best friend" while there was classmate Meryl Streep.Rosenberg is also known for his appearance as the crazed "Mad Bomber" in the 1986 cult-classic Stewardess School and Paul Bartel's screwball comedy Not for Publication opposite Nancy Allen (1984). In 1995, he received an Emmy Award nomination for a guest-starring role in the hit drama ER.He starred in the Temptations miniseries in 1998, as long-time manager Shelly Berger.Their first cousin, also from Passaic, is musician/songwriter Donald Fagen, co-founder of the group Steely Dan.Rosenberg said that upon graduating in 1972 from Case Western Reserve University, he found another passion, poker, and subsequently gambled away most of the money his parents sent him, leaving him only able to afford one application, to the Yale School of Drama.The left being complete and utter hypocrites isn't news but it's a great case study to prove that they are 'fake woman's rights advocates" amongst other things such as "fake humanitarians" etc...
He most recently starred at the Delaware Theatre Company production of Partners, written by Allan Katz.
Rosenberg received 39.99 percent (10,748 total votes) of the nationwide vote of the Guild’s general membership, defeating Morgan Fairchild and Robert Conrad.
In 2005, he appeared as shady defense attorney Adam Novak in an episode of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation co-starring alongside his real-life wife Marg Helgenberger.
Rosenberg's first marriage was to actress Robin Bartlett.
He met Marg Helgenberger in New York City in 1984, while guest-starring on her soap Ryan's Hope. They married in 1989 and have one son, Hugh Howard Rosenberg (born October 21, 1990).
What is being glossed over in all of this is that most of these women could have walked away.