Rose Hobart (May 1, 1906 - August 29, 2000) was an American film actress.
Born in New York City, she had a surrealist movie named after her: Joseph Cornell's Rose Hobart (1936 film). Hobart often played the other woman in movies during the 1940s.
She co-starred with Fredric March and Miriam Hopkins in Rouben Mamoulian's terrifying definitive (original) 1931 film version of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.
She gave birth at age 43, but her joy turned to misery when she was caught up in the Hollywood blacklist and denied work for many years.
Rose Hobart died at the actors' home in Woodland Hills, California in 2000, aged 94, from natural causes.