Molly Ephraim, an American actress, is best known for her role of Mandy Baxter in the ABC sitcom Last Man Standing. The 32-year-old Molly most recently played Irene Kelly in 2018 American biographical drama The Front Runner alongside Hugh Jackman, Vera Farmiga, J. K. Simmons, and Alfred Molina.
Along with a handful a success in career, the rising Hollywood star is currently estimated to be enjoying the net worth of $1 million. Her notable appearances in the TV series like Brockmire (2017), Halt and Catch Fire (TV series) (2017), and Casual (TV series) (2018) has blessed her with a huge sum of money. Want to know about her net worth, properties, and career? Scroll down.
Molly Ephraim, the graduate from Princeton University with a B.A. in Religious Studies portrayed the role of Tim Allen and Nancy Travis’ on-screen middle daughter in the TV series Last Man Standing during its original run (2011–2017).
It is alleged that Molly Ephraim earned the salary of around $20,000 per episode while her annual salary was $350,000. As reported, her co-star Tim Allen earns $235,000 per episode and has an estimated net worth of $80 million.
As of 2018, Molly Ephraim is assumed to have a net worth of $1 million, sharing the same value with the series' Kaitlyn Dever.
After appearing in 6 seasons of the TV series, Molly Ephraim made an exit from the show and got her major role in the 2018 film The Front Runner released on November 6, 2018. Well, the payment of Molly Ephraim for the 2018 film is yet to be disclosed.
Well, as for now, the property details of Molly including her house and cars are yet to be disclosed. Though, she reportedly owns a Bull Terrier which costs in the range of $1,200 to $2,000.
Probably further details on her property empire will be out soon.
Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Molly Ephraim while in her college days was a member of the Triangle Club and performed in and choreographed various shows for the Princeton University Players and Theatre Intime.
In 2002, she made her Broadway debut as Little Red Riding Hood in the Broadway revival of Into the Woods for which Molly also received Drama League Award nomination.
In 2009, Molly Ephraim played Rachel Stein in End Days at the Ensemble Studio followed by her appearance in The Diary of Anne Frank at the Westport Country Playhouse in 2010.
From 2011 to 2017, Molly played in the TV series Last Man Standing which aired on the ABC and appeared in 130 episodes.
Also, Molly Ephraim has appeared in other series like Law & Order (2008), Royal Pains (2009), The Wonderful Maladys (2010), Halt and Catch Fire (2017), and Casual (2018). Since 2017, Molly is working for the series Brockmire.
Furthermore, Molly's film career includes Paranormal Activity 2 (2010), Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones (2014), while her breakthrough was the 2018 American biographical drama The Front Runner.
Well, in May 2018, after the Fox revived the Last Man Standing for its 7th season, Molly was invited for the series though she opted not to return to the series as she reportedly had committed to other projects.
We wish her best for further.