Her initially acting break was as Kate in the West Coast creation of “Annie”.
She is conversant in French, having been taught at the Lycee Francaise School in Los Angeles; having lived and worked in France for a couple of years, and was joined to a Frenchman.
David Lynch sent her the screenplay of Blue Velvet (1986), with the expectation that she would be keen on assuming the part of Sandy, which was in the long run played by Laura Dern. In any case, Molly’s mom perused it, to begin with, and because it aggravated her, she never indicated it to Molly for thought.
She got tried out for one of the lead parts in Ghost (1990). The character she was tried for was incidentally named Molly. (That part eventually went to Demi Moore, a similar individual from the supposed Brat Pack.)
She got married to Panio Gianopoulos, a book editorial manager and an author. More youthful than Ringwald, he distributed an elegiac exposition about romancing more seasoned ladies called “Admissions of a Boy Toy” in a current treasury.
She was one of the eight unique center individuals from the 1980s ‘Whelp Pack’ alongside Judd Nelson, Anthony Michael Hall, Demi Moore, Rob Lowe, Ally Sheedy, Emilio Estevez and Andrew McCarthy.
She was positioned #17 in VH1’s rundown of the “100 Greatest Kid Stars.”