acting

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The interplay is excellent, where Molly Gaisford’s grave and clear-sighted Mary must deal with the hopelessly self-deceived Claire
— The Times
 

It all started with...

...her role in the critically acclaimed production of Blood and Ice in which Molly played the iconic creator of Frankenstein, Mary Shelley.  Her performance was singled out in reviews across the board and was featured as Jeremy Kingston's The Times Critic's Choice.  She was featured in the same newspaper as a Rising Young Star in the Arts Firmament.

Her most recent work includes her feature film debut, NARCOPOLIS, which was released in the UK on September 25th 2015 by Altitude in the UK, and IFC in the US.  Molly plays Angie Grieves, the wife of the film's protagonist, Frank. Angie is a woman broken by drug addiction and a failing marriage, who is trying to piece her life back together whilst caring for her young son. 

Molly appears regularly in commercials, the most recent being campaigns for British Airways and San Miguel.  Other performances include the celebrated BBC Radio Drama adaptations of Agatha Christie's Miss Marple series and two short films: Life XP and Unborn, the latter of which premiered at the Edinburgh International Film Festival. The film LEYMAN'S CURSE was created in just 48 hours and screened to great acclaim at the Apollo, Piccadilly, as part of the selected twenty films to kick off the London 2012 Sci-Fi Film Festival, and was the precursor to Justin Trefgarne's debut feature, Narcopolis (see above).  

Molly as Angie Grieves in the thriller Narcopolis, 2015.

Molly as Angie Grieves in the thriller Narcopolis, 2015.

representation

Jewell Wright Ltd

Artist Representation & Production House.

JWL. 7th Floor. 22 Upper Ground. London. SE1 9PD.

+44 (0)20 3865 0932.

www.jwl-london.com

agents@jwl-london.com

 
 
 
Frank’s wife and son, Molly Gaisford and Louis Trefgarne, respectively, are exceptional. They perfectly add an emotional element to Frank’s tribulations.
— Red Carpet Crash