Molly C. Quinn

Molly C. Quinn is an American television and film actress. She is best known for her portrayal as Alexis Castle on the hit ABC series, "Castle." 

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  • D.O.B. October 8, 1993
  • Age24
  • Hometown Texarkana, Texas
  • NationalityUSA
  • Current Town Los Angeles, CA
  • Height5' 5"
  • Hair Color Redhead
  • Eye ColorBlue
  • Ethnicity Caucasian
  • Job Actress
  • Twitter @MollyQuinn93
  • Marital Status Single


Molly Caitlyn Quinn was born on October 8, 1993 in Texarkana, Texas. She began taking acting lessons from retired director and producer, Martin Beck, when she was just six years old after starring in a local community theater performance of the musical, The Nutcracker. After years of weekly lessons, Molly eventually auditioned at the Young Actors Studio for representatives from the Osbrink Talent Agency when she was in the sixth grade. This lead to being signed by the agency, as well as Management 360, as well.


Molly's first official acting credit came in the family film, "Camp Winoaka," in 2006.  From here, she was able to nab not only a voice acting credit in the Nickelodeon film, "Winx Club: The Secret of the Lost Kingdom" (which lead to subsequent gigs voicing he same character in further "Winx Club" films and television series), the following year, but also a small in the comedy, "Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story," where she played the role of the Teen with Pinups. She continued both regular and voice acting for several years until landing the role that come to define her career in 2009 on the ABC series, "Castle."


Since being cast as the titular character's daughter on "Castle," a series which wound up having a long and fruitful future on ABC, things have continued to look up for Molly. She has since gone on to star in such films as "Hansel & Gretel Get Baked" and the 2013 comedy, "We're the Millers," as well as continuing her work with all things "Winx Club"-related. In her free time, she likes to volunteer with such organizations as FindingHope, who devote their efforts to stopping child trafficking.

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