Molly originally hails from Foxboro, MA (home of the New England Patriots) and is a graduate of Emerson College. She has performed on the stage in summer stock and regional theater from Boston to Alaska.

Molly is a graduate of the LA chapter of The Second City's renowned Conservatory Program where she performed the original sketch/improv show, Caucasian BBQ , and the long-form improv show Gonzalez Arrvies! She has also studied with the Groundlings and has performed with the comedy improv troupe, Guilty Pleasure at many LA venues including The Friars Club, ACME Comedy Theatre, and the Ice House. She has also performed with Improv Boston's sketch group The Ruckus.

Molly most recently worked with Larry David and JB Smoove on the upcoming improvised HBO movie "Clear History". She has appeared on TV on "According to Jim", "Nip/Tuck," and "Modern Family" and worked as a regular secretary in the background of the offices of Sterling Cooper on Season 2 of the Emmy award winning series, "Mad Men."  Molly has also been seen in several national network commercials including Microsoft Bing, Nexium, Angel Soft, American Express, Popsicles and Toyota, as well as regional commercials for The Massachusetts State Lottery and the Santa Barbara Zoo.

Molly's film work includes the independent feature, HAPPY HOLIDAYS, CREATIVE DIFFERENCES, and the short film, CUBICLE: THE MUSICLE, directed by Bill Fiala & Tibor Szakaly, choreographed by Mark Swanhart and music by Chuck Fernandez.  Molly also can been seen in the FEWDIO horror short films, CREEP and DINNER DATE. Molly shot screentest scenes for the film BUILDERS, with John Crye and Jon Polito, as well as the feature film LUCKY, which won Best Director at the 2002 No Dance Film Festival and Best Feature at the 2002 New York City Horror Film Festival. Her other independent film work include the short films STOOL PIGEON (official selection of the 2004 Hermosa Short Film Festival and the 2004 LA International Short Film Festival) SETTLED DIFFERENCES and ZEBRAMONKEY for The Second City Movie Club, as well as NUNS 3.

Her Los Angeles stage credits include: How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying and Dandelion Wine (overseen by Ray Bradbury himself!) at the Colony Studio Theatre, Passion, Bells Are Ringing, and Louisiana Purchase with the Musical Theatre Guild at the Pasadena Playhouse, as well as the cabaret show, What Every Woman Wants at Tom Rolla’s Gardenia.

As a singer, Molly has done some studio singing, jingle and demo work. Molly was a professional Christmas caroler with The Voices of Christmas for over a decade, with whom she caroled on the TV show "Nip/Tuck," a Microsoft Bing TV commercial, and at the movie premiere of How the Grinch Stole Christmas.

Molly lives with her tall and talented writer/producer/director husband, James and their young daughters, Lily and Charlotte, and their 2 cats, Max and Alvy.