Elisabeth Röhm: Venice, California
Elisabeth Röhm, perhaps best known as the blonde bombshell star 'A.D.A. Serena Southerlyn’ of "Law & Order," has been successfully juggling full-time jobs as a mom and an actress over the past few years, while enjoying family life in the beach community of Venice, California. This super mom is enjoying an impressive year with several feature films pending release, including the Warner Bros.’ thriller Transit with James Caviezel and produced by Joel Silver, and the highly-anticipated film Abduction, directed by John Singleton and starring Taylor Lautner and Sigourney Weaver. Ms. Röhm governs her life with a highly respected philanthropic mission and has always been an advocate concerning human rights, health and education, as well as allocating her time to numerous organizations, including the Red Cross, Global Green, The March of Dimes, and Refugees International. Another passion of this talented artist is writing, her first novel, Nerissa, was published in 2009, and her follow-up work, Desire is due to be released shortly. And if that’s not enough, fellow busy moms and devoted fans alike must read Elisabeth Röhm’s special celebrity baby blog for People.com that has already reached over 750,000 readers!
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The Concierge Questionnaire: Elisabeth Röhm, Actress and Author
What is your favorite word to describe Venice? Eccentric.
What word best reflects the people of Venice? Unconventional.
What is the most creative, spiritual or emotional place in Venice? The ocean and the beach.
What is your favorite outdoor activity in Venice?
Bicycling. It’s something I do with my family that can last all day. There is a bike path by the beach, my daughter sits in her bike seat and we stop along the way, get something to eat and shop – a family expedition!
The Strand is a paved bicycle path that runs mostly along the Pacific Ocean shoreline in Southern California. Please visit LAbikepaths.com for a map and additional information on the over eight mile stretch from Santa Monica through Venice!
What is your favorite indoor activity in Venice? Dining. I’m a cook that loves Venice living – grilling and fresh salads. I’m also a big fan of Bobby Flay’s Southern meets North California cuisine. It’s an eternal summer in Venice.
What is your favorite sound or noise in Venice?
The buzz of the Venice Boardwalk.
The Venice Boardwalk is a busy two and a half mile pedestrian promenade that features restaurants, shops, vendors, musicians and other “eclectic” entertainment!
What is your favorite smell or taste in Venice? The smell of the ocean. When you live by the ocean the air is very different, at night especially. Also, in the morning, I feel such a strong connection to the water.
What drink best reflects Venice? Some kind of blended juice – a spinach, mango, coconut and pineapple smoothie! Lots of health nuts here… people are very visceral and enjoy taking a bite out of life.
What song or type of music best reflects Venice? Anything that is old or new, but not pop culture. You are just as likely to hear The Grateful Dead out of the back of a VW Bus, as a young musician plucking and singing something original.
If Heaven were Venice, what would God say to a visitor when they arrive at the Pearly Gates? God would quote John Lennon: “Free the people now...” –"Bring On The Lucie (Freda People)"
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