Molly Ephraim Interview – Broadway 2002

Enjoy Celebrity Radio’s Molly Ephraim Interview – Broadway 2002….

Molly Ephraim is the top American actress who has appeared in films, on television and on Broadway.

Molly shot to fame in New York on the Great White Way and has not been out of the limelight since.

She is best known for playing the role of Wendy Greenhut in the 2008 film College Road Trip, and as Ali in Paranormal Activity 2 (2010).

She currently plays Mandy Baxter in the ABC sitcom Last Man Standing, which premiered on October 11, 2011.

Alex went to meet Molly in 2002 when she was the little Star with the huge personality!

She Starred in ‘Into The Woods’ as ‘Little Red Riding Hood’ @ 16 years old.

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Alex went to meet her back stage on Broadway…

Ephraim made her Broadway debut in 2002 as Little Red Riding Hood in the Broadway revival of Into the Woods, receiving a Drama League Award nomination.

She was later seen as Bielke in the 2004 Broadway revival of Fiddler on the Roof.

Off-Broadway, Ephraim played Rachel Stein in End Days at the Ensemble Studio Theatre in 2009.

She played Olive in The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee at the Barrington Stage Company in 2008, in a remounting of the production with new direction by Jeremy Dobrish, and at the North Shore Music Theatre. In 2010, she played Anne Frank in The Diary of Anne Frank at the Westport Country Playhouse.

Ephraim played Wendy Greenhut in the 2008 film College Road Trip.

She had roles in episodes of the television shows Royal Pains (2009), Law & Order (2008), Michael J.

Fox’s TV pilot Hench at Home (2003), and in the pilot episode HBO pilot, The Wonderful Maladys. Ephraim also played Ali Rey in the 2010 film Paranormal Activity 2 and the 2014 spin-off film Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones.

She currently appears as Mandy Baxter, one of Tim Allen’s character’s daughters, in the ABC sitcom Last Man Standing, now in its fourth season.

Recorded 2002 by Alex Belfield for Celebrity Radio & the BBC.