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Gretchen Mol
Gretchen Mol

Birth Date: November 8, 1972

Birth Place: Deep River, Connecticut, USA

Height: 5' 6"

Occupation: Actress

 

Gretchen Mol Biography

Her early experience a testament to the dangers of premature publicity, Gretchen Mol was all but declared Hollywood's new "it" girl before her career had even left the gates. After appearing in only a handful of films, Mol was chosen to star as Matt Damon's girlfriend in John Dahl's Rounders. A highly touted film that also starred Edward Norton, it was endlessly publicized before its 1998 release. Mol was made part and parcel of this publicity, and her blonde, milk-fed looks were the subject of numerous magazine articles, including a memorably provocative Vanity Fair September cover story.

Born in Deep River, Connecticut, on November 8, 1973, Mol entertained performing ambitions from a young age, studying musical theatre in addition to receiving a regular public school education. Following her high school graduation, she moved to New York, where she did a stint at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy and began performing in a number of stage productions. To support herself, Mol also worked a number of odd jobs, the most fortuitous of which was as a coat-check attendant at a popular industry restaurant. There she was "discovered" by an agent, who subsequently got her work in commercials and on the TV sitcom Spin City.

Mol made her film debut with a supporting role as a phone-sex operator in Spike Lee's Girl 6 (1996) and went on to do bit work in Abel Ferrara's The Funeral (1996), Mike Newell's Donnie Brasco (1997), and Stephen Kay's The Last Time I Committed Suicide (1997). Although these projects afforded Mol the opportunity to work with the likes of Al Pacino, Johnny Depp, Christopher Walken, Claire Forlani, and Adrien Brody, she was quickly being typecast into "girlfriend" roles that capitalized more on her looks than acting abilities. She did do more substantial work in Music From Another Room (1998), opposite Jude Law, but the film went virtually unnoticed by critics and audiences.

After 1998, which in addition to the Rounders debacle, also featured Mol as part of the all-star ensemble cast of Woody Allen's much anticipated -- and much lambasted -- Celebrity, the actress continued to work, albeit far from the limelight's glare. She again collaborated with Allen on Sweet and Lowdown (1999), portrayed actress Marion Davies in Tim Robbins' star-studded ensemble drama Cradle Will Rock (1999), and starred opposite Ray Liotta and Joseph Fiennes in Paul Schrader's Forever Mine (1999). Mol also directed some of her energy towards television, portraying Madge Owens in the 2000 remake of Picnic and starring alongside Madeleine Stowe, James Cromwell, and Jonathan Rhys-Meyers in Alfonso Arau's 2001 small-screen adaptation of The Magnificent Ambersons.

Mol is currently married to Tod Williams and the couple is expecting their first child in the fall of 2005.

Gretchen Mol Filmography

3:10 to Yuma (2007) .... Alice Evans
Boy of Pigs (2007) .... Catherine Caswell
Trainwreck: My Life as an Idiot (2007) .... Lynn
The Valley of Light (2007) (TV Movie) .... Eleanor
The Ten (2007) .... Gloria
Puccini for Beginners (2006) .... Grace
The Notorious Bettie Page (2005) .... Bettie Page
Heavy Put-Away (2004) .... Mary
The Shape of Things (2003) .... Jenny
"Girls Club" (2002) TV Series .... Lynne Camden (unknown episodes)
The Magnificent Ambersons (2002) (TV Movie) .... Lucy Morgan
Freshening Up (2002) (TV Movie) .... Janelle
Get Carter (2000) (uncredited) .... Audrey
Attraction (2000) .... Liz
Picnic (2000) (TV Movie) .... Madge Owens
Zoe Loses It (2000) .... Amber
Just Looking (1999) .... Hedy Coletti
Forever Mine (1999) .... Ella Brice
Sweet and Lowdown (1999) .... Ellie
Cradle Will Rock (1999) .... Marion Davies
The Thirteenth Floor (1999) .... Jane Fuller/Natasha Molinaro
Music from Another Room (1998) .... Anna Swan
Finding Graceland (1998) .... Beatrice Gruman
Celebrity (1998) .... Vicky
New Rose Hotel (1998) .... Hiroshi's Wife
Rounders (1998) .... Jo
Too Tired to Die (1998) (uncredited) .... Capri
Bleach (1998) .... Gwen
The Deli (1997) .... Mary
SUBWAYStories: Tales from the Underground (aka Subway) (1997) (TV) .... The Wife (segment "Love on the A Train")
The Last Time I Committed Suicide (1997) .... Mary Greenway
Donnie Brasco (1997) .... Sonny's Girlfriend
Calm at Sunset (aka Calm at Sunset, Calm at Dawn) (1996) (TV Movie) .... Emily
"Spin City" .... Gwen (1 episode: "Pride and Prejudice" 1996)
The Funeral (1996) .... Helen
"Dead Man's Walk" (aka Larry McMurtry's Dead Man's Walk) (1996) (TV Mini Series) .... Maggie
Girl 6 (1996) .... Girl 12

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