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Irene Molloy

Irene Molloy

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Birthday: Dec 13, 1978

Birthplace: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

A multitalented performer who went from the innocent, lovestruck Juliet to the deliciously conniving Hunter Fallow in the span of a year, petite, dark-haired beauty Irene Molloy proved herself with pivotal roles in high-profile stage productions that showcased her impressive vocal and acting ranges, but reached a wider audience with an unforgettable starring turn on the teen drama-spoofing sitcom "Grosse Pointe" (The WB, 2000-01). Hailing from the suburbs of Philadelphia, Molloy traveled to New York City frequently while in high school to attend auditions. Her number auspiciously came up shortly after her graduation, when Andrew Lloyd Webber tapped the ingenue to star in his musical production of "Whistle Down the Wind" in 1996. Though the Washington, DC staging of the musical was praised by critics (many of whom particularly noted Molloy's talents), "Whistle Down the Wind" didn't make it to Broadway. In 1998, she took on the role of a young bride whose husband is a soldier in the Houston, Texas debut of Frank Wildhorn's "The Civil War." Set up as a series of vignettes, the musical featured "The Honor of Your Name," a heart-wrenching solo by the young performer that impressed audiences and critics alike. The show went on to play New Haven, Connecticut and to enjoy a short Broadway run in 1999. That same year she played half of the eponymous doomed couple in an original musical production of "Romeo and Juliet" staged in St Paul, Minnesota, again proving her acting as well as singing talents.



95% No Score Yet Andy Richter Controls the Universe Wendy McKay (Character) 2002-2004
47% No Score Yet Grosse Pointe Becky Johnson (Character) 2000-2001