Rosemarie Heinikel (1946) is a German writer, singer and actress, nicknamed "Rosy Rosy".
She became an icon of German subculture in the 1960s and 1970s. She lived in a hippie commune where she befriended Donovan and Frank Zappa during his infamous concert in Berlin in 1968. Heinikel wrote a erotic book, "Softgirls" (1970) and her autobiography "Rosy Rosy" (1971), in which she describes a sexual encounter with Zappa back in '68.
Heinikel also acted in films by directors Wim Wenders, Werner Herzog and Ingmar Bergman.