If you were casting the role of "Molly Camp" in a made for television movie on Lifetime, the breakdown may read something like: " an ageless midwestern gal who is relatable and down to earth. While on the surface she looks like you could easily kidnap her, she has a fire and strength that would take Chuck Norris by surprise."
On television Molly has appeared on Gotham, Law and Order:SVU, The Good Wife, Gossip Girl, High Maintenance, and All My Children. She can also be seen trying to sell people things on a number of National Network Commercials.
Favorite Theatre Credits include: The Heiress (Broadway), Relevance (MCC, directed by Liesl Tommy, world premiere by JC Lee), Close Up Space (Manhattan Theatre Club, directed by Leigh Silverman), Extremities (Berkshire Theatre Group, directed by Karen Allen); Crimes of the Heart (McCarter, directed by Liesl Tommy), Are You There McPhee? (McCarter, John Guare world premiere), The Lieutenant of Inishmore (Berkeley Rep, directed by Les Waters ), and Mrs. Miller Does Her Thing (Vineyard Playhouse, directed by James Lapine). Molly was most recently seen in Christopher Shinn's new play An Opening In Time at Hartford Stage (directed by Oliver Butler).
Molly especially loves being a part of the development of new plays and has returned as an actor to the Sundance Theatre Lab on multiple occasions. She has also participated in developmental workshops and readings with The O'Neill, New York Stage and Film, Long Wharf, Manhattan Theatre Club, The Vineyard, and The Civilians.
Molly currently resides in Brooklyn. She enjoys hiking, swimming in the ocean, cooking, baking, and taking all the cool group exercise classes at the YMCA. She knows how to install a toilet, tile a bathroom, and use a drill.