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Mack on a tingy boat fishing in Africa. Mack went on a African Horseback Safari in August this year & recently did a brand new exclusive interview with her official website (this website): during the beginning of August earlier this year, Mack flew off to Africa with her friend Farida for a totally epic adventure, and that’s exactly what it was! During her time there, Mack got to ride horseback through the Okavango Delta, in Botswana and saw many different native animals. Mack also got to go fishing, camping, boating and play one of her favourite games Jenga! There was many photo’s taken along the journey, and fans can see them all in the updated photo galleria! Mack also recently did a brand new interview with the website which is solely exclusive to her website here, and in that interview, Mack speaks about her amazing Safari adventure, her new thriller film project, what ‘special role‘ she is additionally doing on the film, what the differences are in different types of acting work, and what she does in her spare time. You can read the complete EXCLUSIVE interview here:

RCMRFan: What differences have you noticed as an actress in working; 1) as a regular cast member on tv, 2) as a guest star on tv, 3) in movies, 4) and now in music videos? Is it pretty much the same process, or are there differences in the work? Being a series regular on TV, you see the same people every day and have more of an opportunity to get to know your cast members and the crew. There’s about a hundred people on set all working together to make it happen. It’s much easier to get to know everyone and be comfortable if you see them more frequently. Gradually, the people you work with can become sort of an extended family. As a recurring guest star on Secret Life of the American Teenager, I only worked 2-3 days of 7 in an episode. However, I was extremely lucky in that the entire crew I worked with for years on 7th Heaven are all together working on Secret Life. It was so wonderful to see everyone again! I only have a small amount of experience with the music video process, most recently as “the girl” for Heartstop’s song, “Just Like Goodbye.” There was probably only about 25 people on the crew but it was so much fun! It’s totally different in that you have to convey all emotion without words – I loved the challenge.

Lucie & RCMRFan: What do you do in your spare time, or what do you do for fun? I read on the mackrosman.net website that you recently went to Africa again, how was it this time, what did you do and where did you go exactly? I like to ride my horse at least 3 times a week. I live an hour away from my horse (sometimes longer because of the LA traffic), so unfortunately, it’s sometimes difficult to get out as often as I’d like to ride him. If I can’t make it out to Malibu to ride, my horse trainer will ride him for me so he stays fit and happy. I used to have my horses in my backyard, which was bliss! Someday, I hope to be able to have a ranch or farm of my own where I can be surrounded by critters big and small. I also read a lot, and I love going on wikipedia quests where I ferociously research a random topic, sometimes for hours. It’s something a lot of people are surprised to learn about me!

I turned 21 last year, but I’m still kind of a home body. I probably go clubbing less often than the average 21 year old in LA. I love dancing, though, so it’s a catch 22. I dance around the house pretty much all day, doing everything from dishes to laundry. I love hosting, so I prefer to have small gathering of friends at my house just to hang out or for dinner.

This year has probably been my busiest year as far as traveling. I’ve been able to see some truly beautiful places! I went with a friend to Africa and it was amazing! It was all on horseback, since that’s my favorite way to get around, I couldn’t dream of any other way I’d rather go on a safari! We saw tons of elephants, giraffes, and zebras. We went swimming through the delta on the horses, which was a wholly unique experience altogether. We also went galloping with herds of zebra, and at one point we chased a huge buffalo stampede through the water, getting soaked in the process. It was a blast! There was water everywhere, apparently the Okavango Delta had more water at that time of year (August) than in something like 60 years. So because of this, the animals were more dispersed and in smaller herds than they normally would be. It was 10 days of adrenaline combined with supreme relaxation, as our tents were right along the waters edge and you could sit there for hours just watching the little monkeys playing and listening to the creatures surrounding you. There was an elephant who had declared the camp and it’s surrounding area his territory. He would make appearances throughout the week. One evening as I was showering, I looked out the mesh window and saw nothing but a wall of grey leather. Henry, as the bull was called was eating right outside my tent, and then as I peered through the window, his giant brown eye came into view. I was buck naked, standing less than 5 feet from a cantankerous male elephant. Awesome! I definitely want to go back to Africa again…and soon!

I also recently got back from a trip to visit my family in South Carolina and went to see Charleston for the first time since I was a baby. I had no idea what a beautiful city it is!

RCMRFan: What has been your favorite acting project since leaving 7th Heaven? Is there one movie/project/role you are most proud of? The movie I’m working on right now is probably my favorite since 7th Heaven. My character has much more to do in this one than the other films I’ve worked on. And since I’m an associate producer on it, I’ve been much more involved in the process of filmmaking than before. The director and producer have been great about pushing me as an actor while teaching me the nuts and bolts of getting a picture made. It’s been an opportunity to stretch my creativity, and discover something new I might like to continue to do.

Renee: Is there a way your fans could get an autographed poster or head shot of you?

To get an autographed headshot from me, fan’s can send a request to:

Mackenzie Rosman
6253 Hollywood Blvd.
Suite 201
Los Angeles, CA 90028

RCMRFan: What other charity projects or organizations do you support, and what is your involvement with them? At the moment I am sponsoring a child through Children’s International (www.children.org). It’s a wonderful organization that provides food and other necessities to underprivileged children and their families.

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Did you read that correctly? YES; Mack is going to ‘Associate Produce’ on her new film ‘Blood Cure’!! Pretty awesome stuff, way to go Mack! Now that you have been here to visit, checked out this new update entry & read the entire brand new exclusive interview (only seen on this official website), go on over to the photo galleria and check out all the brand new photo’s of Mack and her epic journey on the African Horseback Safari in the Delta of Botswana. A big thank you to management and Mack for sending the photo’s in so that the fans could see her great experience from another side of the world! I’ll leave you now with six thumbnail previews to those amazing photo’s here…

Very Exclusive Candid Photo; Mack on an epic African Horseback Safari at Okavango Delta in Botswana during early August 2011. Very Exclusive Candid Photo; Mack on an epic African Horseback Safari at Okavango Delta in Botswana during early August 2011. Very Exclusive Candid Photo; Mack on an epic African Horseback Safari at Okavango Delta in Botswana during early August 2011. Very Exclusive Candid Photo; Mack on an epic African Horseback Safari at Okavango Delta in Botswana during early August 2011. Very Exclusive Candid Photo; Mack on an epic African Horseback Safari at Okavango Delta in Botswana during early August 2011. Very Exclusive Candid Photo; Mack on an epic African Horseback Safari at Okavango Delta in Botswana during early August 2011.

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