“The Cut” rehearsal shot (LAMDA)

Molly is a brilliant actor. I recommend her very highly indeed. She has superb technique, great timing and a strong and well pitched voice. Wonderful comic sense too.” RSC’s Bill Alexander

In a past life, Molly was a World War II-era British archaeologist with a whole lot of moxie. In the present, she’s an American with a deep nerdy fascination with history and a raging Anglophile. The moxie was inherited.

Until she can finally take the stage as Blanche Dubois, Molly enjoys diving into her scripts… until she is distracted by a dog, which she admits happens a bit too often. She turned her love of Tennessee Williams into a mini-festival of new Tennessee-inspired work by women, which showed as a work-in-progress at Trafalgar Studios. Balancing out the midcentury American drama on her bookshelves is a good helping of snarky, black-humored British comedies and a dose of John Webster.

Molly trained at LAMDA (yes; I have met Benedict Cumberbatch and no; I cannot get him to have tea with you). She was a finalist in 2017’s Monologue Slam UK in Los Angeles. Before acting, she earned a degree in Writing & Literature from Emerson College, which currently makes for very fancy wall decor.