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Elisabeth Singleton Moss is an American actress who came to the limelight after she got a screen-role as Zoey Barlet in the NBC political drama “The West Wing.” She also had the role of Peggy Olson in the hit AMC series Mad Men. She is also multiple award-winning actresses and has bugged a lot of awards for her role in the various movies she has starred in. She has won prestigious awards like two Primetime Emmy Awards and also two Golden Globe Awards.
Elisabeth Moss has experienced an exciting and successful career, to say the least.
Moss made her first screen appearance in 1990 in an NBC Miniseries Lucky/Chances. Her debut into the acting industry opened doors for more opportunities in the late 1990s she got roles in films like Picket Fences, Frosty Fences, imaginary Crimes, Escape to Witch Mountain, Love can Build a Bridge, Separate Lives, Last Supper, It’s Spring training and a voice role in an animated series Freakazoid.
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Moss is both a British and an American citizen.
|Husband's/Spouse's Name||Fred Armisen (m. 2009–2011)|
Nationality, Net Worth and Other Facts
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|Full/Real Name||Elisabeth Singleton Moss|
|Age (as of today)||40 years|
|Date of Birth||July 24, 1982|
|Place of Birth||Los Angeles, California USA|
|Height||1.6 m, 5 feet 3 inches|
|Weight||52 kg, 114.5 lbs|
|Net Worth / Wealth||$20 million|
Height, Weight, and Age
Elisabeth Moss' height is not very tall measuring 1.6 m. Elisabeth Moss weighs 52 kg. Being born on July 24, 1982, translates to an age of 40 years as of todays date (May 31, 2023).
The great thing about Pete and Peggy’s storyline is that you barely have to do anything. There’s so much there, so much history, that you can have them exchange a look and it’s so loaded. So you honestly don’t have to do anything.Elisabeth Moss
Obviously, my life and my job in 2010 is very different from Peggy’s experience in the 1960s. I exist in a world that enjoys more equality between men and women. But I don’t take any of that into my performance. I just want to play the character as who she is as an individual – scene to scene.Elisabeth Moss
I fundamentally believe in freedom and human rights.Elisabeth Moss
Women know that we’re not just strong. We’re not just vulnerable. We are not just attractive or not attractive. We are many things at once, and we’re able to see into that complexity.Elisabeth Moss
I just think that good stories are stories that reflect ourselves back at us and each other.Elisabeth Moss