Elisabeth Singleton Moss is an American actor, director, and producer who was born in the year 1982 on the 24th of July. She was dubbed in the movie named “Queen of Peak TV” by Vulture; Elisabeth has obtained considerable accolades, which include 3 Critics’ Choice Awards, 2 Primetime Emmy Awards, 2 Golden Globe Awards, and 2 Screen Actors Guild Awards.
Hits by Elisabeth Singleton Moss
Elisabeth gained broader recognition for playing the role of secretary-turned-copywriter named Peggy Olson from 2007 to 2015 in the AMC period drama series Mad Men, and subsequently managed to win the Critics’ Choice Television Award for being the Best Actress of the year in a Miniseries/Movie and the Golden Globe Award for Television or Miniseries film in the BBC miniseries Top of the Lake for portraying Detective Robin Griffin in 2013 for playing role amazingly and managed to win the Best Actress Award.
For starring and producing in the Hulu dystopian drama series The Handmaid’s Tale as June Osborne from 2017 to the present, Elisabeth won the Primetime Emmy Award for Excellent Lead Actress in a Drama Series Outstanding Drama Series. Elisabeth has also attracted acclaim for her movie performances, notably supporting roles in Girl, Interrupted in the year 1999, Get Him to the Greek in 2010, and Us in 2019 and starring roles in The One I Love in 2014, The Square in 2017, The Invisible Man and Shirley in 2020. Elisabeth has also starred in three films by Alex Ross Perry, including Her Smell in 2018. She has acted in the Broadway productions in Speed the Plow by David Mamet and The Heidi Chronicles by Wendy Wasserstein.
Early Life of Elisabeth Singleton Moss
Elisabeth received a nomination for Best Actress for the Tony Award in a Play for the latter appeared in the West End production of The Children’s Hour by Lillian Hellman. Elisabeth was born and raised in California, Los Angeles, the daughter of Linda Ekstrom Moss and Ronald Charles Moss, who were musicians; her mother plays blues, harmonica, and jazz professionally. Elisabeth has 1 younger brother and was raised a Scientologist. Her father is English, and her mother is of part Swedish descent.
Initially, Elisabeth desired to be a skilled and professional dancer. In her adolescence, she traveled to study ballet to New York City at the School of American Ballet. She studied at the Kennedy Center with Suzanne Farrell in Washington, D.C. Elisabeth persisted in learning dance and started getting acting roles through her teenage years for managing her career and education; she began homeschooling and graduated in the year 1999.
All Movies of Elisabeth Singleton Moss
Elisabeth Singleton Moss did numerous movies which include Suburban Commando in 1991, Once Upon a Forest and Recycle Rex in 1993, Imaginary Crimes in 1994, Separate Lives and The Last Supper in 1995, A Thousand Acres in 1997, Angelmaker in 1998, Mumford, The Joyriders, Anywhere but Here, and Girl, Interrupted in 1999, West of Here and Heart of America in 2002, Temptation, Virgin, The Missing in 2003, Bittersweet Place in 2005, The Attic, They Never Found Her, Honored, and Day Zero in 2007, New Orleans, Mon Amour and El camino in 2008.
Did You Hear About the Morgans? In 2009, A Buddy Story, and Get Him to the Greek in 2010, Green Lantern: Emerald Knights in 2011, Smoking/Non-Smoking, Darling Companion, and On the Road in 2012, Listen Up Philip and The One I Love in 2014, Queen of Earth, Meadowland, Truth, High-Rise in 2015, Chuck and The Free World in 2016, Mad to Be Normal and The Square in 2017, The Seagull, The Old Man & the Gun, and Her Smell in 2018, Us, Light of My Life, and The Kitchen in 2019, Shirley and The Invisible Man in 2020, and The French Dispatch in 2021.