Molly Hernandez

Currently represented by Gray Talent Group, Molly has enjoyed performing for others since the age of 9 when she debuted as Scout in To Kill a Mockingbird. Shortly after, she worked professionally with the Court Theater in Wait Until Dark and has since worked in film, video, voice over, print ads and commercials.
Regionally, Molly played Rosabella in the Jeff Recommended production of The Most Happy Fella at Theo Ubique. She has also appeared in multiple productions with Collaboraction Theatre Company and will be part of the 2017 Resident Company at Timber Lake Playhouse.
On the state level, she participated in the All State production of Grapes of Wrath as Rose of Sharon in 2014 and understudied the Leading Player and performed as an acrobat in the 2015 production, Pippin. Molly was also a finalist in the Illinois High School Musical Theater awards for her roles as Maria in West Side Story and Hope in
Urinetown. On the national level, she was one of twelve national finalists and a two-time regional finalist in Michael Feinstein’s Great American Songbook Vocal Competition. Other related honors include being a member of the ACDA Women’s Choir at the national, regional, and state level, third place in Chicago’s NATS classical singing
competition, and a variety of academic honors.
In addition to performing, some of Molly’s special skills include bass fishing (where she was captain of her high school team), beat-boxing, various dialects, belly dancing, and aerial acrobatics/circus tricks. Molly is currently attending Loyola University Chicago where she is pursuing a double major in Theater and Spanish alongside a double minor in Musical Theater and Dance. Her passion for performing and ceaseless determination shines through in all that she does both on stage and off.

Location Chicago
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Height 5'5"
Hair Brown
Eyes Brown