Molly Parker Height, Age, Body Measurements, Wiki

Molly Parker (Actress), born on June 14, 1972 in Maple Ridge, British Columbia, Canada. Molly Parker's age 47 years & Zodiac Sign Gemini, nationality Canadian (by birth) & Race/Ethnicity is White. Let's check, How Tall is Molly Parker?

Molly Parker Bio

  • Birth Name:Molly Parker
  • First Name: Molly
  • Last Name: Parker
  • Age: 47 years
  • Birth Date: June 14, 1972
  • Birth Place: Maple Ridge, British Columbia, Canada
  • Country: Canada
  • Nationality: Canadian
  • Birth/Zodiac Sign: Gemini
  • Ethnicity: White
  • Eye Color: Dark Brown
  • Hair Color: Blonde
  • Feet/Shoe Size: 10.5 (US & AUS), 41 (EU), 8.5 (UK)
  • Dress Size: 10 (US & CAN), 40 (EU), 14 (UK & AUS)
  • Molly Parker Height

    5 Feet 5.5 Inches (166.37 cm)

    Height & Weight
    Height (in Feet-Inches) 5 Feet 5.5 Inches
    Height (in Centimeters) 166.37 cm
    Weight (in Kilograms) 57 kg
    Weight (in Pounds) 125.66 lbs

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    Molly Parker Body Measurements

    Molly Parker's full body measurements are 36 inches (91.44 cm) - 34D - 27 inches (68.58 cm) - 35 inches (88.9 cm) .

    Body Measurements
    Measurements 36-27-35 inches/ 91.44-68.58-88.9 cm
    Bust Size 36 inches (91.44 cm)
    Bra Size 34D
    Waist Size 27 inches (68.58 cm)
    Hips Size 35 inches (88.9 cm)

    Short Bio

    Molly Parker is one of the most famous and trending Actress in whole world right now. Molly Parker was born on June 14, 1972 in Maple Ridge, British Columbia, Canada.

    Childhood and Early Life

    She was raised on a farm in Pitt Meadows, where her parents owned a seafood store. She has one younger brother, Henry. Parker's parents, whom she has described as "hippies," operated a seafood store. Parker trained in ballet from ages 3 to 17, and spent three years performing with the Royal Winnipeg Ballet Company.

    At the age of three, she started attending ballet classes, which she continued till the age of 17. She also attended the Royal Winnipeg Ballet of Canada. When she was 14, she realized her passion for acting and began taking part in high school plays and the local drama club productions.

    She joined her actor uncle’s agency at the age of 15 and went to auditions, which she found to be fun. Gradually, over the next few years, she began getting small roles in television series and films in the United States as well as in Canada.

    Career

    During the initial phase of her career, Molly Parker bagged some guest roles in TV series like ‘Neon Rider’ and ‘Outer Limits.’ In 1995, she portrayed Alice Ramsey in the episode ‘The Wrath of Kali’ of ‘Highlander: The Series’.

    Her breakthrough role came when she got to play the role of the daughter of a lesbian military officer in the 1995 television movie ‘Serving in Silence: The Margarethe Cammermeyer Story’. Aired on NBC, the movie bagged multiple awards. Also in 1995, she appeared in the television movie ‘Ebbie’, where she played the niece of Susan Lucci's character “Scrooge.” The movie was aired on Lifetime television. It was a retelling of ‘A Christmas Carol’ by Charles Dickens, with a female character in place of the original Ebenezer Scrooge.

    Molly Parker’s role in the film ‘Kissed’ (1996) changed her career. Her cinematographer friend had asked her to audition for a role in one of his low-budget films. This audition led to her meeting with ‘Kissed’s director, Lynne Stopkewich. The film was about a woman who is a necrophiliac. She not only agreed to work in the film but also became a good friend of Stopkewich. Her performance in ‘Kissed’ was critically acclaimed and it opened up many opportunities for her. Egg Pictures approached her for the lead role in the film ‘Waking the Dead’, a love story by writer-director Keith Gordon.

    In 2001, she played the bold character of a lap dancer Florence in the film ‘The Center of the World’. The film received mixed reviews, and was compared to similar movies like ‘Exotica’ and ‘Pretty Woman’. In the same year, she also did the film ‘Last Wedding’, directed by Bruce Sweeney, and the film ‘Rare Birds,’ directed by Sturla Gunnarsson. Besides her film career, Molly Parker has an equally successful career on the small screen as well. She played a rabbi in the TV series, ‘Six Feet Under’ in which she appeared in the episodes ‘Back to the Garden’ and ‘The Liar and the Whore’.
    Created and produced by Alan Ball, ‘Six Feet Under’ premiered on the HBO network in the United States and ran for five seasons. The series was critically acclaimed and was included on TIME magazine's ‘All-TIME 100 TV Shows’.
    She starred in HBO's ‘Deadwood’ from 2004-06. Created and co-produced by David Milch, the series had 36 episodes. Highly acclaimed, the series won a number of awards.

    In 2008, she played the main role of Susan Miller in the CBS show ‘Swingtown’. The show was about the impact of sexual and social liberation in the UInited States’ suburban households in the 1970s. The series got entangled in a controversy, with the American Family Association and Parents Television Council protesting against the show. The companies Procter & Gamble and Ace Hardware also stopped advertising on the serial.

    In 2010, she played the main role of Ella Sullivan in the TV series ‘Shattered’. It was a Canadian police procedural series, in which Molly played the wife of a tough homicide detective who suffers from multiple personality disorder. In 2011, she appeared as Amy Kettering in the TV film ‘Gone’. In the same year, she did four episodes of the TV series ‘Dexter’, a crime drama mystery. That year, she also did the TV film ‘Meet Jane’.

    In 2012, she played Donna Cantwell in the film ‘The Playroom’, directed by Julia Dyer. On the small screen, she played Pauline Hemingway in the HBO film ‘Hemingway & Gellhorn’. She also played the main role of Abby McDeere in the TV series ‘The Firm’. This Canadian-American TV series debuted on NBC and was later aired on AXN. In 2014, she portrayed a Congresswoman named Jacqueline Sharp in the second season of the Netflix series ‘House of Cards.’ She played this role in the next two seasons as well. Her powerful performance in this American political thriller earned her a nomination for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series.

    In 2016, she was seen in the Amazon Video series ‘Goliath’, a legal drama. In February 2017, its second season was announced. In 2016, she was also featured in the Canadian science fiction film ‘Darwin’, directed by Benjamin Duffield. The same year, she played Dalton in the film ‘The 9th Life of Louis Drax’, a Canadian-American supernatural thriller, directed by Alexandre Aja.

    She played Laura in the Canadian film ‘Weirdos’, which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival. Her performance earned her a nomination for the Canadian Screen Award for Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role. In the same year, she appeared as Dr. Sheila Smith in the film ‘American Pastoral’.
    In 2017, she played Charlotte Boyd in the film ‘Small Crimes’, directed by E. L. Katz. She also appeared as Arlette James in the film ‘1922’, an American horror drama film, released on Netflix in October 2017. In the same year, she did the main role of Alice Olson in the six-part docudrama miniseries, ‘Wormwood’, released on Netflix in December.

    In 2018, she began playing the main role of Maureen Robinson in the American science fiction television series, ‘Lost in Space’. It was released on Netflix in April 2018, and in May 2018, its second season was announced. She played Evangeline in the 2018 film ‘Madeline’s Madeline’, written and directed by Josephine Decker. The film was first shown at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2018, and then at the Berlin Film Festival in February 2018. The American film was critically acclaimed.

    One of her best known films is ‘Kissed’, which premiered at the Toronto Film Festival. It was based on Barbara Gowdy's short story ‘We So Seldom Look On Love’. Molly Parker played the role of Sandra Larson, a woman who goes to study embalming at a mortuary school, and finds herself sexually attracted to the corpses. The film also stars Peter Outerbridge as Matt. The film ‘Kissed’ earned a special jury citation and was distributed by Samuel Goldwyn Ltd. in the United States. Molly won the Genie Award for Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role and was featured on the cover of ‘Variety.’

    Critics praised her performance as a lap dancer in the 2001 film ‘The Center of the World’. Directed by Wayne Wang, it also starred Peter Sarsgaard, who played a millionaire who hires the lap dancer played by Molly to stay with him in Las Vegas for three days. The film was screened at the 2001 Cannes Film Festival. She was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award for best female lead for her performance in the film.

    Molly Parker Affairs (relationship status)

    She is a divorcee. Parker was married to a director and a writer, Matt Bissonnette in 2002. At the age of 34, Parker became pregnant. On 14th October 2006, the couple welcomed their first child, William Strummer Bissonnette in Los Angeles, California. In 2012, the couple divorced citing irreconcilable differences. After the separation, her husband requested the court for joint custody and neither of them pay spousal support.

    Molly Parker Net Worth and Salary

    As of 2020, the estimated Molly Parker's net worth is $64.8 million. She makes her wealth from the earnings she receives for her acting career. Molly Parker salary is $16.3 million per year.

    Social Media

    She has more than 58.2k followers on Twitter and above 36.4k followers on Instagram.
    Now she ranked in the list of most popular Canadian actress.

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