Rosemary da Costa is a former Nigerian actress and model who had a short television career in the Seventies. Born in or near Lagos, she first appeared as the first Miss Lux, later getting a role as an uncredited Ampolan native girl in an episode of "The Benny Hill Show" and later landed roles in "Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em," "Between The Wars" and "Casualty" in 1986. In the Late 80s, she returned to Nigeria to star as Jagua Nana in the Nigerian Television Authority's "Jagua Nana's Daughter" with her husband Albert "Mr. B" Egbe. In England, she appeared as a Nigerian woman in the 1994 short, "Home Away from Home." In 1998, she had a brief role in the TV series "Brothers and Sisters."