GET HIM TO THE GREEK
ELISABETH MOSS (Daphne Binks) currently
stars on AMC's two-time
Emmy- and Golden Globe
Award-winning drama series
Mad Men as Peggy Olson, for
which she was nominated for
a 2009 Screen Actors Guild
Award for Outstanding Performance
by a Female Actor
in a Drama Series.
Most recently, Moss was
seen on the big screen in the romantic comedy Did
You Hear About the Morgans?, with Sarah Jessica
Parker and Hugh Grant. Other film credits include
Ron Howard's The Missing, with Cate Blanchett and
Tommy Lee Jones; James Mangold's Girl, Interrupted;
Lawrence Kasdan's Mumford; A Thousand
Acres, opposite Michelle Pfeiffer and Michelle
Williams; Bittersweet Place; The Joyriders; and
Imaginary Crimes, with Harvey Keitel.
Moss was nominated for an Independent Spirit
Award for Best Female Lead in 2004 for her starring
role in the feature Virgin. Other independent features
include Buddy Gilbert Comes Alive; Day Zero, with
Elijah Wood and Chris Klein; New Orleans, Mon
Amour; and El Camino.
Moss enjoyed a seven-year run on NBC's The West
Wing, in which she played Zoey Bartlet, the daughter
of the president (played by Martin Sheen). She also
had a recurring role on ABC's Invasion, and guest starred
on such shows as Mercy, Fear Itself, Medium,
Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Law & Order: Trial by
Jury, Grey's Anatomy and The Practice.
In 2002, Moss made her stage debut in the title
role in Richard Nelson's Franny's Way at the Atlantic
Theater, and reprised the role in the Los Angeles
premiere at the acclaimed Geffen Playhouse. Moss
recently garnered rave reviews for her Broadway
debut in the revival of David Mamet's Hollywood
satire Speed-the-Plow, playing the female lead role of
Karen, a temp secretary who works for a movie
producer (played by Jeremy Piven, followed by
William H. Macy).
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