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Elisabeth Singleton Moss (born July 24, 1982)[1] is an American actor. She is known for her work in several television dramas, earning such accolades as two Primetime Emmy Awards and two Golden Globe Awards, which led Vulture to name her the "Queen of Peak TV".[2]

Elisabeth Moss
Elisabeth Moss at PaleyFest 2014.jpg
Moss at the Paley Center in 2014
Elisabeth Singleton Moss

(1982-07-24) July 24, 1982 (age 37)
Years active1990–present
Fred Armisen
(m. 2009; div. 2011)

Moss began acting in the early 1990s and first gained recognition for playing Zoey Bartlet, the youngest daughter of President Josiah Bartlet, in the NBC political drama series The West Wing (1999–2006). Wider recognition came for playing Peggy Olson, a secretary-turned-copywriter, in the AMC period drama series Mad Men (2007–2015). She won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Miniseries or Television Film for playing a detective in the BBC miniseries Top of the Lake (2013), and she won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series and Outstanding Drama Series for producing and starring in the Hulu dystopian drama series The Handmaid's Tale (2017–present).

In film, Moss has appeared in Girl, Interrupted (1999), Virgin (2003), Get Him to the Greek (2010), The One I Love (2014), Listen Up Philip (2014), Queen of Earth (2015), The Square (2017), The Seagull (2018), Her Smell (2018), and Us (2019). Her theatre work includes Broadway productions of David Mamet's Speed the Plow and Wendy Wasserstein's The Heidi Chronicles. For the latter, she received a nomination for the Tony Award for Best Actress in a Play. She has also appeared in the West End production of Lillian Hellman's The Children's Hour.

Early lifeEdit

Elisabeth Moss was born and raised in Los Angeles, California, the daughter of Ron and Linda Moss, both of whom were musicians.[3] Moss has one younger brother.[4] She was raised a Scientologist.[5] Her father is English.[6] Her mother is of part Swedish descent.[7]

Initially, Moss had aspirations of becoming a professional dancer.[4] In her adolescence, she traveled to New York City to study ballet at the School of American Ballet, after which she studied with Suzanne Farrell at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C.[3] Moss continued to study dance throughout her teenage years, but began obtaining acting roles as well. In order to manage her education and career, she began homeschooling, and graduated in 1999 at age sixteen.[3]


1990–2004: Early workEdit

Moss's first screen role was in 1990, when she appeared in the NBC miniseries Lucky/Chances.[8] From 1992 until 1995, Moss appeared as Cynthia Parks in seven episodes of the TV series Picket Fences.[8] She provided the voice of Holly DeCarlo, a main character in the TV special Frosty Returns (1992) and of Michelle in the animated film Once Upon a Forest (1993). She appeared in the television remake of the 1993 film Gypsy and played Harvey Keitel's younger daughter in the film Imaginary Crimes (1994). The following year, she appeared in the remake of the Walt Disney Pictures film Escape to Witch Mountain (1995) and played a young Ashley Judd in the TV-movie biopic Love Can Build A Bridge (1995).[8] She also had a supporting role in the drama Separate Lives (1995) opposite Jim Belushi and Linda Hamilton, and a minor part in the black comedy The Last Supper (1995).[9] Moss also again provided voice work, for the animated series Freakazoid! and the television film It's Spring Training, Charlie Brown! (1996).

Beginning 1999, Moss portrayed the recurring role of Zoey Bartlet in the White House television drama The West Wing, playing the daughter of Martin Sheen and Stockard Channing; she would portray the character until the series finale in 2006.[8] Moss's character became integral to the fourth season of the show; in a retrospective on the series, The Atlantic noted: "Aaron Sorkin made [Moss] the centerpiece of the explosive fourth-season finale where he basically engineered the most insane cliffhanger possible. It required Zoey to be a bit of a pain with her fancy French boyfriend, but Moss always made her relatable, even when the plot required otherwise."[10]

In 1999, she had a supporting role as a patient in a mental institution in James Mangold's Girl, Interrupted, opposite Winona Ryder and Angelina Jolie,[8] and a minor part in the drama Anywhere But Here. That same year, she had a small role as Katie Brockett in the movie Mumford (1999), playing the daughter of a woman with a shopping addiction.

Moss went on to do Heart of America and three other films in 2004. That year, she also made the movie Virgin,[8] for which she was nominated for a 2004 Independent Spirit Award. Moss also had a supporting part in Ron Howard's Western thriller The Missing (2003).[11]

2005–14: Mad Men and other rolesEdit

Moss at the Satellite Awards, 2007.

Moss had a supporting role in the 2005–2006 horror series Invasion,[8] and appeared in television again on a 2007 episode of Grey's Anatomy entitled "My Favorite Mistake",[12] and on the series Medium opposite Patricia Arquette. She also appeared in Mary Lambert's 2007 horror film The Attic, and the independent drama Day Zero (2007).

In 2007, she was cast as Peggy Olson, secretary-turned-copywriter in the AMC dramatic series Mad Men. Between 2009 and the series' final season in 2015, Moss was nominated for five Emmy awards for the role[13] for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series.[14][15] In 2010, she was nominated for the Outstanding Supporting Actress Emmy.[16] Reflecting on her casting in the series, Moss recalled: "I auditioned [for the role]. There were scripts for two pilots that everyone was talking about at the time that were really good, and Mad Men was one of them."[17]

While a series regular on Mad Men, Moss made her Broadway debut in October 2008, playing the role of Karen in the 20th Anniversary revival of Speed-the-Plow by David Mamet.[18]

She then briefly appeared in the comedy film Did You Hear About the Morgans? (2009), playing Sarah Jessica Parker's assistant,[19] followed by a part in the comedy Get Him to the Greek (2010) opposite Jonah Hill.

In 2011, Moss made her West End debut as Martha Dobie in Lillian Hellman's play The Children's Hour, opposite Keira Knightley. The play opened at The Comedy Theatre, London on January 22, 2011.[20]

In 2012, she was cast as Galatea Dunkel in the independent drama On the Road, based on Jack Kerouac's novel of the same name.[9]

Moss played detective Robin Griffin in the 2013 Sundance Channel miniseries Top of the Lake, a co-production by the Sundance Channel, the UK's BBC Two and Australia's UKTV, written and directed by Oscar-winner Jane Campion.[21][22] For her role, Moss received the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Miniseries or Television Film.

In 2014, Moss starred in the independent film Listen Up Philip (2014), her first collaboration with writer-director Alex Ross Perry.[9] She also starred in Charlie McDowell's The One I Love (2014) with Mark Duplass.

2015–present: Film, stage, and televisionEdit

In September 2014 it was announced that Moss would star on Broadway as Heidi Holland in The Heidi Chronicles.[23] The play opened on March 19, 2015 at The Music Box Theatre.[24] Though the play received some positive reviews,[24] it closed on May 3, 2015 due to low ticket sales.[25] Moss was nominated for a Tony Award for her role, losing to Helen Mirren in The Audience.[26]

After production on Mad Men had wrapped, Moss collaborated again with Alex Ross Perry, starring in Queen of Earth (2015), a psychological thriller opposite Katherine Waterston and Patrick Fugit, in which she plays a mentally unstable woman who unravels at a vacation home in the company of her close friends. She was also cast in a supporting part in the British dystopian drama High-Rise (2015), opposite Tom Hiddleston and Sienna Miller.[27]

Moss appeared in the Chuck Wepner biopic Chuck (2016), opposite Liev Schreiber.[28] In 2017, she appeared in Mad to Be Normal, a biopic of the Scottish psychiatrist R. D. Laing,[29] and co-starred in the film adaptation of Anton Chekhov's play The Seagull alongside Saoirse Ronan, Annette Bening, and Corey Stoll.[30] The second season of Top of the Lake, consisting of six episodes, premiered at the Cannes Film Festival in May 2017 which is set in Sydney, Australia.[31][32] That same year, Moss began playing Offred in the Hulu series The Handmaid's Tale, for which she has received critical acclaim and a Primetime Emmy Award for Lead Actress in a Drama Series.[33]

In 2018, Moss reunited with Alex Ross Perry for Her Smell, portraying the role of a fictional rock star whose band breaks up over her self-destructive behavior,[34] and appeared in The Old Man & the Gun, directed by David Lowery.[35] Both films received positive reviews from critics.[36][37]

In 2019, Moss co-starred in Jordan Peele's psychological horror film Us alongside Lupita Nyong'o.[38] The film is Certified Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes, receiving a 94% rating with the consensus reading, "With Jordan Peele's second inventive, ambitious horror film, we have seen how to beat the sophomore jinx, and it is Us."[39] Later that year, she starred in The Kitchen, alongside Melissa McCarthy and Tiffany Haddish, which follows three housewives who, after their mobster husbands are sent to prison, continue to operate their business.[40] She will also star in Shirley, opposite Michael Stuhlbarg, directed by Josephine Decker, portraying the role of author Shirley Jackson.[41]

In 2020, Moss will star in The Invisible Man, alongside Oliver Jackson-Cohen and Storm Reid, which is set to be released on March 13, 2020,[42] and will appear in The French Dispatch, directed by Wes Anderson.[43]

Personal lifeEdit

After she met Fred Armisen in October 2008,[44] they became engaged in January 2009,[45] and married on October 25, 2009, in Long Island City, New York.[46] They separated in June 2010,[47] and in September 2010, Moss filed for divorce,[47] which was finalized on May 13, 2011.[48]

Half English on her father's side, Moss also holds British citizenship.[49]

Moss practices Scientology[50] and identifies as a feminist.[51] After a fan questioned whether her role in the Hulu series The Handmaid's Tale made her think about her involvement with the Church of Scientology, Moss defended her beliefs on Instagram, writing that the idea that Gilead in the series and Scientology "both believe that all outside sources are wrong or evil," as the fan had described, is "actually not true at all". She continued, "Religious freedom and tolerance and understanding the truth and equal rights for every race, religion and creed are extremely important to me."[52]



Year Title Role Notes
1991 Suburban Commando Little Girl
1993 Once Upon a Forest Michelle (voice)
Recycle Rex Unknown (voice) Short film
1994 Imaginary Crimes Greta Weiler
1995 Separate Lives Ronni Beckwith
The Last Supper Jenny Tyler
1997 A Thousand Acres Linda
1998 Angelmaker Little Turcott Short film
1999 The Joyriders Jodi
Mumford Katie Brockett
Anywhere but Here Rachel
Girl, Interrupted Polly 'Torch' Clark
2002 West of Here Cherise
Heart of America Robin Walters
2003 Temptation Wind / Morgan
Virgin Jessie Reynolds
The Missing Anne
2005 Bittersweet Place Paulie Schaffer
2007 The Attic Emma Callan
They Never Found Her Anna Short film
Day Zero Patricia
Honored Katie Short film
2008 El camino Lily
New Orleans, Mon Amour Hyde
2009 Did You Hear About the Morgans? Jackie Drake
2010 A Buddy Story Susan
Get Him to the Greek Daphne Binks
2011 Green Lantern: Emerald Knights Arisia Rrab (voice)
2012 Smoking/Non-Smoking Diana Whelan
Darling Companion Grace Winter
On the Road Galatea Dunkel
2014 Listen Up Philip Ashley
The One I Love Sophie
2015 Queen of Earth Catherine Also producer
Meadowland Shannon
Truth Lucy Scott
High-Rise Helen Wilder
2016 The Free World Doris Lamb
Chuck Phyllis Wepner
2017 Mad to Be Normal Angie Wood
The Square Anne
2018 The Seagull Masha
The Old Man & the Gun Dorothy
Her Smell Becky Something Also producer
2019 Light of My Life Mom
Us Kitty Tyler / Dahlia
The Kitchen Claire Walsh
2020 The French Dispatch TBA Post-production
The Invisible Man Cecilia Kass Post-production
Shirley Shirley Jackson Post-production


Year Title Role Notes
1990 Bar Girls Robin Television film
1990 Lucky Chances Lucky - Age 6 3 episodes
1991 Prison Stories: Women on the Inside Little Molly Television film
1991 Anything but Love Unknown Episode: "A Tale of Two Kiddies"
1992 Midnight's Child Christina Television film
1992 Frosty Returns Holly DeCarlo (voice) Television short
1992–1995 Picket Fences Cynthia Parks 7 episodes
1993 Batman: The Animated Series Kimmy Ventrix (voice) Episode: "See No Evil"
1993 Johnny Bago Agnes Episode: "Hail the Conquering Marrow"
1993 Animaniacs Katrina (voice) Episode: "O Silly Mio/Puttin' on the Blitz/The Great Wakkorotti"
1993 Gypsy Baby Louise Television film
1995 Escape to Witch Mountain Anna Television film
1995 Naomi & Wynonna: Love Can Build a Bridge Early Teen Ashley Judd Television film
1995 Freakazoid! Kathy / Additional Voices Episode: "Candle Jack/Toby Danger in Doomsday Bet/The Lobe"
1996 It's Spring Training, Charlie Brown Girl Player (voice) Television short
1999 Earthly Possessions Mindy Television film
1999–2006 The West Wing Zoey Bartlet 25 episodes
2001 Spirit Kelly Television film
2003 The Practice Jessica Palmer Episode: "Rape Shield"
2005 Law & Order: Trial by Jury Katie Nevins Episode: "Baby Boom"
2005–2006 Invasion Christina 5 episodes
2006 Law & Order: Criminal Intent Rebecca Colemar Episode: "The Good"
2007 Grey's Anatomy Nina Rogerson Episode: "My Favorite Mistake"
2007 Medium Haley Heffernan / Jennie Episode: "No One to Watch Over Me"
2007 Ghost Whisperer Nikki Drake Episode: "Unhappy Medium"
2007–2015 Mad Men Peggy Olson 88 episodes
2008 Fear Itself Danny Bannerman Episode: "Eater"
2008 Saturday Night Live Peggy Olson Uncredited
Episode: "Jon Hamm/Coldplay"
2009 Mercy Lucy Morton Episode: "The Last Thing I Said Was"
2013, 2017 Top of the Lake Robin Griffin 12 episodes
2013 The Simpsons Gretchen (voice) Episode: "Labor Pains"
2017–present The Handmaid's Tale June Osborne / Offred / Ofjoseph 36 episodes; also producer[53]


Year Title Role Venue
2002 Franny's Way[54] Young Franny, age 17 Linda Gross Theater
2008 Speed-the-Plow Karen Ethel Barrymore Theatre
2011 The Children's Hour Martha Dobie The Comedy Theatre
2015 The Heidi Chronicles Heidi Holland Music Box Theatre

Awards and nominationsEdit

Primetime Emmy AwardsEdit

Year Nominee / work Award Result
2009 Mad Men Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series Nominated
2010 Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series Nominated
2011 Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series Nominated
2012 Nominated
2013 Top of the Lake Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie Nominated
Mad Men Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series Nominated
2015 Nominated
2017 The Handmaid's Tale Outstanding Drama Series[a] Won
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series Won
2018 Outstanding Drama Series[a] Nominated
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series Nominated

Golden Globe AwardsEdit

Year Nominee / work Award Result
2011 Mad Men Best Actress – Television Series Drama Nominated
2014 Top of the Lake Best Actress – Miniseries or Television Film Won
2018 The Handmaid's Tale Best Actress – Television Series Drama Won
2019 Nominated

Screen Actors Guild AwardsEdit

Year Nominee / work Award Result
2008 Mad Men Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series Nominated
2009 Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series Nominated
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series Won
2010 Won
2011 Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series Nominated
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series Nominated
2013 Nominated
2014 Top of the Lake Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Miniseries or Television Movie Nominated
2016 Mad Men Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series Nominated
2018 The Handmaid's Tale Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series Nominated
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series Nominated
2019 Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series Nominated
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series Nominated

Tony AwardsEdit

Year Nominee / work Award Result
2015 The Heidi Chronicles Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Play Nominated


  1. ^ a b As producer


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