Molly Ephraim Biography

Molly Ephraim is a Broadway, Off-Broadway, and regional theatre actress who has appeared in films, television, and regional theatre plays. She gained fame for playing the role of Mandy Baxter in the ABC sitcom Last Man Standing from 2011 until 2017.

Molly Ephraim Bio, Age, Height, Parents, Husband, Net Worth

Molly Ephraim was born on May 22, 1986, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, and was reared as a Jew. As a child, Ephraim appeared in plays at the Bucks County Playhouse, and as a teenager, he appeared in professional productions at the Prince Music Theater and the Arden Theatre Company in Philadelphia.

Molly completed her secondary school education in a local high school in Philadelphia. She received her B.A. in Religious Studies at Princeton University in 2008. After that, I went to Central Bucks East.


Molly began her professional career after graduating. In a Broadway revival of Fiddler on the Roof, she played Bielke (2004). Ephraim starred as Rachel Stein in End Days at the Ensemble Studio Theatre off-Broadway in 2009. She played Olive in The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee at the Barrington Stage Company in 2008, as well as at the North Shore Music Theatre in a remounting directed by Jeremy Dobrish. She portrayed Anne Frank in the Westport Country Playhouse production of The Diary of Anne Frank in 2010. In 2015, Ephraim starred in Joshua Harmon’s Bad Jews at the Geffen Playhouse in Los Angeles as “Daphna Feygenbaum.”

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Ephraim starred as Mandy Baxter, the daughter of the series’ main Mike Baxter (portrayed by Tim Allen), on the ABC comedy Last Man Standing, which began on October 11, 2011, and was canceled after six seasons in March 2017. The show was resurrected by Fox in May 2018, although Ephraim chose not to return for the seventh season, and Molly McCook was recast in her place. Ephraim has also been in other TV shows such as Royal Pains (2009), Law & Order (2008), and the Michael J. Fox series. Hench at Home (2003), the HBO pilot The Wonderful Maladys (2009), and recurring parts on Brockmire (2017), Halt and Catch Fire (2017), Casual (2018), and Perry Mason (2020) are among his many credits.


Molly Ephraim, the former star of Last Man Standing, has stated that a Twitter post claiming to show her declaring Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh a “hero” is not her. Ephraim uploaded a snapshot of a tweet including Kavanaugh’s photo and the word “#hero.” The star of The Front Runner said she did not publish it. “I’m not on Twitter; I believe in women; and I abhor beer-soaked, shouting entitlement and sexual assault. Just some intriguing facts about myself,” she commented

Molly Ephraim Biography

Real Name Molly Ephraim
Birth Date 22 May 1986
Age (as of 2024) 37 Years
Birth Place Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Profession Actress
College Princeton University
Qualification Graduate

Physical Statistics

Height in feet inches – 5’ 1” – in Centimeters – 154 cm
Weight in Kilograms – 50 kg  –  in Pounds –  110 lbs
Hair Color Dark Brown
Eye Color Brown
Molly Ephraim Actress


Father William F. Ephraim
Mother Nina Z. Ephraim
Brother Max Ephraim

Relationship Status

Marital Status Married
Who is her Husband Evan
Children Zia
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Personal Life

Molly married her boyfriend Evan in September 2021 and at that time, she was 7 months pregnant. Her husband works at a software company. Molly gave birth to their first child, Zia on 1st December 2021. She is hyperactive on Instagram, where she has 96k followers and 1,523 followings with 1,389 posts under the moniker @mollyephraim. As far as we know, she is not active on any other social networking platforms.

Molly Ephraim Net Worth

Molly’s net worth is estimated at around $1 million. She earns this big figure entirely via her talent, enthusiasm, and hard work, which she puts into each of her acts. In her spare time, she work on improving her talent and spending time with her husband.


  • Molly was nominated for the New York Drama League in 2002.
  • Molly received a Drama League Award nomination for her performance as Little Red Riding Hood in the Broadway version of Into the Woods in 2002.

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