|Net Worth||$ 3,000,000|
|Real name||Molly Ephraim|
|Source of Wealth||Acting|
|Date of Birth||May 22, 1986|
|Height||155 cm / 5 ft 1 inch|
|Siblings||1 brother (Max Ephraim)|
Molly Ephraim's net worth is estimated at $3 million 💵
Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the American actress, Molly Ephraim was raised Jewish by parents William and Nina Zebooker Ephraim. Molly and her brother Max were raised to be adherents to the Judaism religion and were very involved in religion overall.
Her acting talents were noticed at a very early age when she performed in shows at the Bucks County Playhouse, where she grew up. As a kid and a teenager, Molly performed in professional productions and companies such as the Arden Theater Company and Prince Music Theater.
Molly attended Central Bucks East High School and proceeded to her college education at Princeton University, where she earned a degree in religious studies.
It is no mistake to say that Molly’s career started when she was still a child, probably at the age of 13, with her performances at the theater. It is what carved her path into the world of acting and helped her become the actress she is now.
Her beginnings in acting were also very much encouraged by her family and friends, who supported her in her journey to become a real actress.
Molly’s theater appearances
In 2002, Molly made her debut on Broadway in the revival of “Into the Woods”, playing Little Red Riding Hood which later earned her a “Drama League Nomination.”
In 2004, she appeared on Broadway again in the musical “Fiddle on the Roof.”
In 2008, she was also part of theater productions like “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee”; in 2009, she played for the Ensemble Studio Theater in “End Days.”
In 2010, Molly starred as Anne Frank in “The Diary of Anne Frank.” 
In 2015, she appeared in her latest theater performance, “Bad Jews.”
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Molly started a career in TV in 2013, playing Ally Hench in the TV show “Hench at Home”; however, the show never aired.
After that, she applied for movie roles, and in 2008 she made her movie debut, appearing in the comedy “College Road Trip.” That same year, she was cast in “Law and Order” as a guest character.
In 2009, she appeared in an episode of “Royal Pains,” a TV show.
In 2010, she was part of the cast of “Paranormal Activity 2”, and in 2014, she also appeared in the sequel, “Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones.”
In 2015, she appeared in the comedy horror film “Gravy” and, in 2018, in the drama/political thriller, “The Front Runner.”
Molly’s big breakthrough came in 2011, when she was given the role to play Mandy Baxter in the popular sitcom “Last Man Standing,” where she played a famous socialite and fashion icon.
She also appeared in five episodes of the drama series, “Halt and Catch Fire,” in 2017.
In 2019, Molly was played in three episodes of “Casual” and also in an episode of the drama series “The Act” and “Modern Family.”
In 2020, she appeared in the drama series “Perry Mason".
In 2022, Molly appeared in two episodes of the miniseries “Angelyne” and.” in the sports comedy-drama “A League of Their Own.”
Molly Ephraim is most famous for her role as Mandy Baxter in the ABC sitcom “Last Man Standing” from 2011 to 2017.
Molly is very private and has always been like that since the beginning of her career.
Now, she is married to her husband, Evan, who is not a public figure. The couple has one child, their daughter Zia.
A while ago, there was a rumor that she was in a brief relationship with her co-star Cristopher Sanders, but neither of them ever confirmed that information,
She adores animals and has adopted a pitbull she found in the dumpster and named it Lunch.
In an interview, Molly said she hadn’t done any plastic surgery so far.
Yes, she is still acting, and her latest on-screen appearance is in the TV series “A League of Their Own” based on the 1992 movie.
The diary of anne frank, starring Molly Ephraim, begins Westport Run Sept. 28. Playbill. (n.d.). Retrieved December 1, 2022, from https://playbill.com/article/the-diary-of-anne-frank-starring-molly-ephraim-begins-westport-run-sept-28-com-172143
IMDb.com. (2022, August 12). A league of their own. IMDb. Retrieved December 1, 2022, from https://www.imdb.com/title/tt8226360/