Welcome to Enchanting Elisabeth, the new and only fan site on the web for actress Elisabeth Moss. Acting all her life, she's had role on Picket Fences,, The West Wing, Get Him to the Greek and is currently staring on Mad Men as Peggy Olson and the lead role in the upcoming mini-series Top of the Lake. Keep checking in as we bring the most updated news and photos for Elisabeth!

The romantic comedy premiered at Sundance and screens this week at Tribeca. Radius/TWC acquired worldwide rights to The One I Love within 24 hours of its Park City bow and now has set an August 15 release date. Charlie McDowell directed the pic, which stars Elisabeth Moss and Mark Duplass as spouses in a crumbling marriage who escape for the weekend in pursuit of their better selves and end up facing an unusual dilemma.

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Enchanting Elisabeth Moss Gallery > Events > 2014 > 04-12: 2014 Sarasota Film Festival – Day 9

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Enchanting Elisabeth Moss Gallery > Mad Men > 701 “Time Zones”

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Enchanting Elisabeth Moss Gallery > Events > 2014 > 04-02: AMC’s “Mad Men” Season 7 Premiere Party

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Enchanting Elisabeth Moss Gallery > Events > 2014 > 03-21: 2014 PaleyFest – “Mad Men”

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When Mad Men, AMC’s 1960s advertising drama, began, probably the only person who knew the clueless secretary with the unflattering bangs would become the show’s hero was its creator, Matt Weiner. The first episode was Peggy Olson’s first day on the job, her ears sticking out, her clothes ill-fitting, her ambitions un­formed. But with each season, Mad Men’s own girl Friday has ascended the corporate ladder, gaining power, sophistication, and better haircuts, only to arrive at the end of last season in her mentor Don Draper’s chair, finally wearing the literal (houndstooth) pants.
“In the opening credits, my name is after Jon Hamm’s, who stars as Draper,” recalls Elisabeth Moss, the 31-year-old actress who plays Peggy. “But when I did the pilot I was not necessarily in that position. I’m No. 4 on the call sheet. But Matt put me second in the credits. I guess he knew what was going to happen.” Don may be the show’s dashing face, but Peggy has always been its point-of-view character, “our Virgil,” in the words of Hamm, “leading us through this hellscape of ’60s advertising.”

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Enchanting Elisabeth Moss Gallery > 03-02: 2014 Vanity Fair Oscar Party

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Enchanting Elisabeth Moss Gallery > Events > 2014 > 03-01: 2014 Film Independent Spirit Awards

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