Connecticut native Gretchen Mol got her start in 'Godspell' and '110 in the Shade' in summer stock before dancing and singing as Roxie Hart in 'Chicago' on Broadway in 2004. Her film career was launched in 1996 when she was cast in Spike Lee's 'Girl 6,' and she later starred in 'Rounders,' with Matt Damon, and 'Celebrity,' directed by Woody Allen, with Leonardo DiCaprio. She reunited with Allen in 1999 for 'Sweet and Lowdown.' Mol was nominated for a SAG award as a member of the cast of '3:10 to Yuma' and a Satellite award for her portrayal of pinup star Bettie Page in the HBO Films theatrical release 'The Notorious Bettie Page.' Mol's TV credits include the David E. Kelley series 'Girl Club,' and in 2007 she co-starred as Annie Norris on ABC's critically acclaimed sci-fi series 'Life on Mars.'