Molly Parker Net Worth 2021: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships

Molly Parker net worth is
$2 Million

Molly Parker Wiki Biography

Molly Parker is a Canadian actress. She is best known for her roles in independent films and the HBO series Deadwood. She won a Genie Award in 1997 as Best Actress in a Leading Role for Kissed, was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award as best female lead in 2001 for her…



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Full Name Molly Parker
Net Worth $2 Million
Date Of Birth June 30, 1972
Place Of Birth Maple Ridge, Canada
Height 5 ft 4 in (1.65 m)
Profession Film actress
Education Royal Winnipeg Ballet
Nationality Canada
Spouse Matthew Bissonnette (m. ?–2012)
Children William Strummer Bissonnette
Siblings Henry Parker
Nicknames Паркер, Молли
Twitter http://www.twitter.com/themollyparker
IMDB http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0662504
Awards Genie Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role, Genie Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role
Nominations Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series, Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series, Gotham Independent Film Award for Best Ensemble Performance, Independent Spirit Award for Best Female Lead, Canadian Screen Award for Best Per…
Movies The Center of the World, Kissed, The Wicker Man, Suspicious River, The 9th Life of Louis Drax, Men with Brooms, Hollywoodland, The Road, Who Loves the Sun, Pete’s Christmas, Marion Bridge, The Five Senses, That’s What I Am, American Pastoral, Last Wedding, Rare Birds, Oliver Sherman, The War Bride, …
TV Shows Twitch City, Deadwood, Swingtown, Shattered, The Firm, Motive, House of Cards, Goliath, Lost in Space
# Quote
1 [2011, on Trigger (2010)] It was a gift; just a gift. It was a profound experience. Hard to talk about, almost, without sounding reductive, because it was amazing, really sad, really moving. On a personal level, it offered me an opportunity to work with my friend, and this woman who I really admired and respected. I knew the whole time we were doing it that these were the last moments I would get to spend with her, so that brought a kind of present to the making of that movie. On a more personal, creative level, because we pushed the movie into production very quickly, knowing Tracy was sick-probably a year earlier than we had anticipated-we shot it in probably nine days, over five consecutive weekends, and it was sort of crazy. I’ve never made a film quite like that. I hadn’t worked on that indie level in a long time. It was so great and so fun to be unconcerned with the outcome, but just to be able to be free. It was a real joy, on many levels.
2 (2011, on Deadwood (2004)) We shot on this ranch where they shot High Noon (1952) and some Elvis Presley Western. Gene Autry‘s ranch. From where I live, I would take the 210, which is this freeway in the foothills above Los Angeles, and it’s really, really beautiful, and pretty deserted. By the time you’d get to Santa Clarita, the studio itself was all that was there and, by the last season, we had four or five blocks of Deadwood built. Sometimes, I would go to work at 4 a.m. and it would be dark, and you would walk down the center of the street when nobody was around, and there were these white owls that lived up high in one of the sets, and they would be swooping around. You’d feel transported. And the costumes… our costume designer, Janie Bryant, who went on to do Mad Men (2007), it was her first big thing, and she was young, and so talented, and she made the most incredible costumes for me and for everyone. Plus, the guys were just filthy dirty all the time. The place smelled. We shot it in the summer, and we had real animals there every day. By the third season, that place stank. I was pregnant in the third season, so I have particularly strong memories of it, because when you’re pregnant your sense of smell is exaggerated. Awful, just awful. So you could get a sense of being in the lawless place. In a corset.
3 (2011, on Swingtown (2008)) Now, that’s one project I really would’ve liked to have seen go on, because I loved doing it, and I also felt it was about to get really interesting. We’ve worked our way through the “to swing or not to swing” blah-blah-blah, and I think if that show would’ve been allowed to live, what it would’ve explored was the liberation, for lack of a better word, of both the women and the men. They were coming into their own. At its heart, that’s really what that show was about. I think that’s where it would’ve gone. There were ideas that she was going to go to college and end up at the same college as her daughter. There were many things about that show I loved. I’m interested in characters who go through some kind of rebirth, that we get to watch and see unfold. I think television, at its best, allows for that much more than film does. It’s a longer format, more plot-heavy and character-based, and it allows for this unfolding of a life. I loved “Swingtown” for that. I thought it could have been wonderful. But y’know, it was just in the wrong place.
# Fact
1 Appears (uncredited) in photographs as Nucky Thompson’s late wife in Boardwalk Empire (2010).
2 Sister-in-law of Joel Bissonnette.
3 Co-starred with Callum Keith Rennie in Paris or Somewhere (1994), Twitch City (1998), Suspicious River (2000), Shattered (2010), and The Firm (2012).
4 Gave birth to son William Strummer Bissonette on 13 October 2006 in Los Angeles, California, USA.
5 Expecting first child in October 2006
6 Studied ballet from the age of 3 through high school
7 Played the wife of her future brother-in-law, Joel Bissonnette, in Suspicious River (2000).
8 Has a younger brother, Henry Parker.

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