British-American actress and voice actor Elisabeth Moss rose to fame playing Zoey Bartlet in The West Wing; Peggy Olson in Mad Men, and a detective in Top of the Lake. She has won several prestigious awards and was nominated for many awards for her performances. With this content, read more Elisabeth Moss biography, age, body measurement, family birthday, affairs, quotes, net worth, and movies.
Elisabeth Moss biography
- Real Name – Elisabeth Singleton Moss (Nickname – Elisabeth)
- Birthday – July
- Age – 37 years
- Birth Place – Los Angeles, California, U.S.
- Date of Birth – July 24, 1982
- Debut Movie – Suburban Commando (1991)
- Famous roles – Zoey Bartlet in The West Wing, the NBC television series; Det. Robin Griffin in the BBC miniseries Top of the Lake, and Peggy Olson on the AMC series Mad Men
- Ethnicity – White
- Nationality – American and British
- Profession – Actress, voice actor
- Religion – Scientology
- Sun sign – Leo
Elisabeth Moss height, weight, and body measurement
- Height – 160 cm in centimeters, 1.6 m in meter and 5’2” inches in feet
- Weight – 52 kg in kilograms and 1146 lbs in pounds
- Body Measurements – 33-25-35
- Cup Size – A
- Bra Size – 32 inches
- Breast Size – 33 inches
- Waist Size – 25 inches
- Hip Size – 35 inches
- Shoe Size – 7 (US)
- Dress Size – 6 (US)
- Hair Color – Light brown
- Eye Color – Green
- Body Type – Hourglass
- Sexuality – Straight
Elisabeth Moss qualification/education
- School – the School of American Ballet
- College – N/A
- Degree – Home-schooling
Elisabeth Moss family
- Father – Ron Moss
- Mother – Linda Moss
- Husband/spouse – Fereydun Robert “Fred” Armisen, American actor, comedian, writer, producer, and musician
- Children – N/A
- Siblings – Derek Moss (brother)
Elisabeth Moss affairs/dating (relationship status)
- Marital Status – Divorced
- Affair – N/A
Elisabeth Moss Instagram pictures
Elisabeth Moss latest news
- She loves playing flawed characters as they are relatable to the audience.
Elisabeth Moss net worth
- $24 million US dollars
Elisabeth Moss movies/filmography
- 1991 – Suburban Commando
- 1993 – Once Upon a Forest and Recycle Rex
- 1994 – Imaginary Crimes
- 1995 – Separate Lives and The Last Supper
- 1997 – A Thousand Acres
- 1998 – Angelmaker
- 1999 – The Joyriders; Mumford; Anywhere but Here, and Girl, Interrupted
- 2002 – West of Here and Heart of America
- 2003 – Temptation; Virgin, and The Missing
- 2005 – Bittersweet Place
- 2007 – The Attic; They Never Found Her; Day Zero, and Honored
- 2008 – El Camino and New Orleans, Mon Amour
- 2009 – Did You Hear About the Morgans?
- 2010 – A Buddy Story and Get Him to the Greek
- 2011 – Green Lantern: Emerald Knights
- 2012 – Smoking/Non-Smoking; Darling Companion, and On the Road
- 2014 – Listen Up Philip and The One I Love
- 2015 – Queen of Earth; Meadowland; Truth, and High-Rise
- 2016 – The Free World and Chuck
- 2017 – Mad to Be Normal and The Square
- 2018 – The Seagull; The Old Man & the Gun, and Her Smell
- 2019 – Light of My Life; Us; The Kitchen, and Shirley
- 2020 – The French Dispatch, The Invisible Man, The Power of the Dog, and Call Jane
Elisabeth Moss television shows
Bar Girls; Mad Men; The Handmaid’s Tale; Top of the Lake; The Simpsons; Saturday Night Live, and Lucky Chances
- 2004 Director’s Choice Best Actress Award for ‘Virgin’.
- Nominations for different awards for her performance in ‘Mad Men,’ the television series.
- 2010 The Screen Actors Guild – Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series Award for Mad Men.
- Critics’ Choice Television Award – Best Movie/Miniseries Actress for the television series ‘Top of the Lake.’
- Nominations for her performances in ‘The West Wing’ and ‘The Heidi Chronicles.’
Elisabeth interview/personal quotes
On her love life
“I go with a special someone who also likes the Raptors and the Leafs. He shall remain nameless. I learned you just don’t talk about it. Who really gives a shit whether or not I’m dating anyone? I hate to put that importance on it. I cringe a little.”
“I have nothing against getting married again, but what I value even more now is the relationship itself,” Moss shared. “It’s been eight years. I’m older, and hopefully wiser. I’m a romantic, so I love weddings, but I also don’t think you need [a wedding] to have a long-lasting, healthy relationship. Some of the relationships I know that have lasted the longest are the ones that didn’t [get married].”
She was starred in the horror film Us in 2019.
With the NBC miniseries Lucky/Chances, she made her television debut in 1990.
She doesn’t like to share her love life in public.
She has two cats, Lucy and Ethel, and she treats them as her children.