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Molly Joan Hagan (born August 3, 1961) is an American actress. Hagan was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the daughter of Mary Elizabeth (née Henslee) and John Robert Hagan. She was raised in Fort Wayne, Indiana. She featured in the series Herman`s Head which ran on Fox from 1991 to 1994. She portrayed "Angel", one of the four characters inside Herman, and represented his sensitivity. Hagan has made appearances in films such as Some Kind of Wonderful and most notably as the young Ellie Ewing in the acclaimed TV movie Dallas: The Early Years (a prequel of the long-running TV series Dallas) and she has appeared in several other TV shows, including the 1980s hit show The Golden Girls. She was in two Columbo episodes. In the end of the second season of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, she played a young Vorta called Eris in "The Jem`Hadar". She also appeared on Seinfeld as Sister Roberta, the nun that Kramer nearly took from the church, and a cooking teacher on Friends.
She played a trailer trash mother in a Jerry Springer-based movie, Ringmaster. She played Ms. McAllister in the 1999 movie "Election" opposite Matthew Broderick. She made a guest appearance as Karen Young in The WB television series Charmed for the episode "The Fifth Halliwheel". She played Emma Roberts`s mother in the Nickelodeon series Unfabulous from 2004 to 2007. Hagan is now in the Disney Channel Original Movie Princess Protection Program as "the Director". She had a role in the TV show Fear Itself in the episode "Skin and Bones". In 2008, Molly Hagan is Mme Elisabeth King in Bones, saison 4 episode 11, "The Bone that Blew". In 2009, Hagan made a guest appearance on the Grey`s Anatomy episode "Elevator Love Letter". She also provides the voice of Jean Grey in Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2
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A Minneapolis native, spunky actress Molly Hagan grew up in the Fort Wayne, IN, area. She reportedly exhibited a love of theatrics from early childhood, and later came into her own as a drama major at Illinois' famed Northwestern University. Hagan moved to the Windy City and traveled the path of many an ingénue by supporting herself with waitressing jobs and accepting various roles; her Hollywood break arrived when her Chicago-based agent Joan Ellis decided to relocate to the West Coast, and Hagan followed. Under the management of Ellis, she racked up everything from supporting roles in TV miniseries (Dallas: The Early Years, 1986) to guest roles on a myriad of series (ALF, Dream On, Monk) to supporting turns in big-screen projects. These included the 1985 Chuck Norris action programmer Code of Silence, the 1998 Jerry Springer farce Ringmaster, and Alexander Payne's critically worshipped satire Election (1999). In 2007, Hagan signed for a supporting turn in director Neil Burger's The Lucky Ones (2008), a drama concerning three Iraqi war veterans who undertake a cross-country road trip in the U.S.
Molly Joan Hagan (born August 3, 1961) is an American actress. She co-starred in films Code of Silence (1985), Some Kind of Wonderful (1987), The Dentist (1996) and Election (1999), and also known for her roles in television on Herman's Head (1991-1994) and Unfabulous (2004-2007).
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