Molly Ringwald was born on February 18, 1968, in Roseville, California. The movie proved to be a tremendous success and Hughes followed up with two more teen films featuring her. In recent years she is played in “Cabaret” and “Enchanted April” on Broadway, along with in numerous television characters.
Celebrity. Molly was the youngest of three sisters.
Inheriting a genetic love for amusement, Ringwald started playing at a very young age. She played the part of the dormouse in a stage performance of “Alice in Wonderland” in the age of five. The next year, she released I Wanna be Loved by You, a jazz record performed together with her dad and his group. Ringwald continued to perform throughout the 70s, playing the part of an orphan in a stage performance of “Annie,” at the same time to be a Mouseketeer on the Disney Channel’s The New Mickey Mouse Club.
It was not until Ringwald’s preteen years that her television and movie career started to take shape. It started having a short stint on The Facts of Life (1979), where the performer played a supporting character as Molly Parker, a girl coping with the consequences of her parents’ divorce. In 1982, she made her big screen debut in a movie edition of the Shakespeare play, “The Tempest.”