Molly Parker is a Canadian actress, writer, and director. Molly Parker has had roles in independent films as well as television. Her accolades include two Genie Awards, one Canadian Screen Award, one Independent Spirit Awards nomination, one Primetime Emmy Award nomination, and three nominations for the Screen Actors Guild Award.
A native of the Maple Ridge suburb of Vancouver, British Columbia, Parker began her career in Canadian film and television projects, and garnered critical attention for her portrayal of a necrophiliac medical student in the controversial drama Kissed (1996). She subsequently starred in the television thriller Intensity (1997) before landing her first major American film, the drama Waking the Dead (2000). She gained further critical attention for her role as a Las Vegas escort in Wayne Wang’s low-budget drama The Center of the World (2001), for which she was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award for Best Lead Actress.
In the early 2000s, Parker had lead roles in several films, including Max (2002), Pure (also 2002), and Nine Lives (2005). Beginning in 2004, she starred as Alma Garret on the HBO Western series Deadwood, appearing in all three seasons. She subsequently appeared in the post-apocalyptic thriller The Road (2009), and the independent drama Trigger (2010).
In 2011, she appeared as a recurring guest star in the sixth season of Dexter, before being cast as politician Jacqueline Sharp on the Netflix series House of Cards in 2014. She appeared in the role for seasons two through four, earning a Primetime Emmy nomination for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series for her performance in the fourth season.
Parker’s subsequent film roles include the drama American Pastoral (2016) and two Netflix-produced features: the crime drama Small Crimes, and the Stephen King adaptation 1922 (both 2017). She also starred in Errol Morris’s docudrama miniseries Wormwood. From 2018 to 2021, she starred as Maureen Robinson in Lost in Space, a Netflix-produced remake of the 1965 TV series.
Molly Parker Biodata and Biography
Date Of Birth
30 June 1972
50 Years (as in 2022)
Profession / Occupation
Actress, Writer, Director
Height / Weight
5’5″ / 58kg
Last of the Dogmen (1995)
TV Film: My Son Johnny (1991)
$ 2 million/film (USD)
Molly Parker Family and Relatives
Not Known (He owned a retail seafood store)
Ex Spouse: Matthew Bissonnette (m. 2002–2009)
William Strummer Bissonnette
Matthew Bissonnette (2002-2012)
Molly Parker Height, Weight and Body Measurements
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Molly Parker Favorites
Favorite Car Collection
Molly Parker Education School and Colleges
School: Gastown Actors’ Studio, Vancouver Pitt Meadows Secondary School Royal Winnipeg Ballet