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birth date:
February 18, 1968

birth place:
Roseville, California, USA

Actress Molly Ringwald made a name for herself during the 80's starring in such classics as Sixteen Candles and The Breakfast Club.


. Molly Ringwald

Malicious (1995)

Title: Malicious
Released: 1995
Genre: Action / Drama / Thriller
Runtime: 92 min
Country: USA
Language: English

Tagline: Ignore her, and she'll never go away

Plot Summary: A medical student, obsessed with her school's star baseball player, pursues him and finally manages to get him to spend the weekend with her. However, when he soon returns to his girlfriend, her anger at his "betrayal" causes her to go over the edge and places both her ex-lover's and his girlfriend's lives in danger.

Comments: This is a awesome movie. Anything with Molly Ringwald is hot though. She is so ... yet so freaky in this movie. I personally bought this movie as soon as I saw the one I rented. It stuns you after thinking about who this young virgin was, and than she plays this naughty girl who yerns for ... and devotion. It is a kick ... movie. I recomend all the way.

Scene Description: Molly shows off her beautiful breasts as she rides a guy topless.

..Movie Stills

Judged the Tropfest film festival 2000 in Australia.

Family: dad, Bob; mom, Adele; older sister, Beth; older brother, Kelly.

Her first acting break was as Kate in the West Coast production of "Annie".

Listed as one of twelve "Promising New Actors of 1984" in John Willis' Screen World, Vol. 36.

Is fluent in French.

Former Brat-Packer.

Turned down the Julia Roberts role in Pretty Woman (1990)

Refused the Lea Thompson role in Some Kind of Wonderful (1987), ending her successful business relationship with John Hughes, who was furious.

Her parents owned a cafeteria in Downtown Los Angeles

David Lynch sent her the screenplay of Blue Velvet (1986), in the hope that she would be interested in playing the role of Sandy, which was eventually played by Laura Dern. However, Molly's mother read it first and because it disturbed her, she never showed it to Molly for consideration.

Measurements: 34C-24-35 (Source: Celebrity Sleuth magazine)

Gave birth to first child with Panio Gianopoulos: Mathilda Ereni, born 22 October 2003 in New York City.

Personal quotes
"You can't be 16 forever."

Molly Ringwald - Filmography
Below is a complete filmography (list of movies she's appeared in)

Tulse Luper Suitcases: The Moab Story, The (2003)
... aka Maletas de Tulse Luper: La historia de Moab, Las (2003) (Spain)
Big Time, The (2002) (TV) .... Marion Powers
Not Another Teen Movie (2001) .... Flight Attendant
... aka Sex Academy (2002) (Europe: English title: new title)
Cowboy Up (2001) .... Connie
... aka Ring of Fire (2001)
Translator, The (2000) .... Julie Newman
In the Weeds (2000) .... Chloe
Giving Tree, The (2000) .... Penelope
... aka Brutal Truth (2000) (USA: DVD title)
... aka Shaded Places (2000) (USA: alternative title)
Cut (2000) .... Vanessa Turnbill/Chloe

Requiem for Murder (1999) .... Anne Winslow
... aka Classy Kill (1999) (Europe: English title: TV title)
... aka Meurtre en bémol (1999) (Canada: French title)
Kimberly (1999) .... Nancy
Teaching Mrs. Tingle (1999) .... Miss Banks
Twice Upon a Time (1998) (TV) .... Beth Sager
Since You've Been Gone (1998) (TV) .... Claire the Fan
Office Killer (1997) .... Kim Poole
"Townies" (1996) TV Series .... Carrie Donovan
Enfants de salaud (1996) .... Susan
... aka Bastard Brood (1996) (USA)
Baja (1995) .... Bebe
Malicious (1995) .... Melissa Nelson
Tous les jours dimanche (1995) .... Janet Gifford
... aka Seven Sundays (1995) (USA)
... aka Tutti i giorni è domenica (1995) (Italy)
"Stand, The" (1994) (mini) TV Series .... Frannie Goldsmith
... aka "Stephen King's The Stand" (1994) (mini)
Some Folks Call It a Sling Blade (1994) .... Teresa Tatum
Face the Music (1993) .... Lisa Hunter
Something to Live for: The Alison Gertz Story (1992) (TV) .... Alison Gertz
... aka Fatal Love (1992) (TV)
Women and Men: Stories of Seduction (1990) (TV) .... Kit
Betsy's Wedding (1990) .... Betsy Hopper
Strike It Rich (1990) .... Cary
... aka Loser Takes All (1990)
... aka Money Talks (1990)

Fresh Horses (1988) .... Jewel
For Keeps (1988) .... Darcy Elliot Bobrucz
... aka Maybe Baby (1988/II) (Europe: English title: video title) (USA: working title)
P.K. and the Kid (1987) .... P.K. Bayette
King Lear (1987) (uncredited) .... Cordelia
Pick-up Artist, The (1987) .... Randy Jensen
Pretty in Pink (1986) .... Andie Walsh
Breakfast Club, The (1985) .... Claire Standish
Surviving (1985) (TV) .... Lonnie
... aka Surviving: A Family In Crisis (1985) (TV)
... aka Tragedy (1993) (TV) (USA: video title)
Sixteen Candles (1984) .... Samantha Baker
Packin' It In (1983) (TV) .... Melissa Webber, Gary's Daughter
Spacehunter: Adventures in the Forbidden Zone (1983) .... Niki the Twister
... aka Adventures in the Creep Zone (1983)
... aka Road Gangs (1983)
Tempest (1982) .... Miranda Dimitrius

"Facts of Life, The" (1979) TV Series .... Molly Parker (1979-1980)

Molly Ringwald - Notable TV Guest Appearances
"$treet, The" (2000) playing "Devyn Alden" in episode: "Propheting on Losses" (episode # 1.2) 8 November 2000
"So Graham Norton" (1998) playing "Herself" (episode # 4.1) 3 November 2000
"Good News Week" (1996) playing "Herself" 4 March 2000
"House of Hits, The" (2000) playing "Herself" 4 March 2000
"10:30 Slot, The" (1999) playing "Herself" 3 March 2000
"Outer Limits, The" (1995) playing "Allison Channing" in episode: "Judgment Day" (episode # 6.1) 21 January 2000
"Late Night with Conan O'Brien" (1993) playing "Herself" 5 November 1997
"Remember WENN" (1996) playing "Angela Colton" in episode: "Sight Unseen" (episode # 1.5) 1 June 1996
"Tall Tales and Legends" (1985) playing "Jenny Smith" in episode: "Johnny Appleseed" 1985
"Diff'rent Strokes" (1978) playing "Molly Parker" in episode: "The Slumber Party" (episode # 2.24) 12 March 1980
"New Mickey Mouse Club, The" (1977) playing "Herself" in episode: "Showtime" 1977