Drawn to science fiction/fantasy dramas at a young age, Roxanne spent many days after school running around the house wearing cardboard bulletproof bracelets and swinging her paper truth lasso around as Wonder Woman. Other days she could be seen moving about in slow motion, throwing pillows that substituted for giant rocks, as only the Bionic Woman could. She moved on to horror with Dracula, Frankenstein and The Wolfman movies (even if they were sometimes only Abbott and Costello’s versions) then, as a grown up and very serious about her pretend worlds, followed up with Battlestar Galactica, The X-files, and Lost.
Roxanne lives in Maryland with her husband and three young sons. When not indulging her passion for TV, or trying to contain the massive ball of collective energy that is her boys, she works as an occupational therapist at a sub-acute rehabilitation facility. She is also a licensed Zumba instructor.
Roxanne writes The Walking Dead reviews for TV For The Rest of Us.