Elisabeth Moss: from Mad Men to Shining Girls, career of the queen of the small screen

Her presence has marked the world of series so much over the past fifteen years that it is difficult not to identify her with one of her roles, rather than calling her Elisabeth Moss. She will forever remain Peggy Olson (“Mad Men”) in our hearts, or the indomitable June Osborne (“The Scarlet Handmaiden”), who has upset us since 2017.

Like other Hollywood actresses, such as Nicole Kidman and Reese Witherspoon, Elisabeth Moss, now 39, has chosen to favor the roles of heroines in inspiring series, but also to produce programs in which she plays.

At 39, Elisabeth Moss is careful to choose her roles and not to multiply projects. No longer present in the cinema since the mid-2010s (notably in “The Square”, Palme d’Or at Cannes in 2017), it is all the same in the series that she has established herself as an essential actress. A look back at the five essential roles of an actress as discreet as she is fascinating.

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