Maggie Siff is an American actor known for her many fine performances throughout the years. She is perhaps best known for her roles as a love interest and romantic lead in movies such as Grease, Swing Vote, and As Good As It Gets. Her best-known TV roles have also included department store heiress Rachel Menken on the AMC series Mad Men, and Dr. Sara Donne on the FX soap opera, Sons of Anarchy. Her voice work throughout the years has also earned her several honors, including an Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role (2021), and an additional Actress Award from the American Film Institute for her work in The English Patient (2021). Maggie Siff has also made several video games, such as the ones for Mass Effect and Prototype.
Maggie Siff was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. At age nine, Maggie Siff left her home to study at the University of Southern California. After graduation, she went on to work on a number of different television shows, including ER, Miami Beach, Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure, and Everybody Loves Raymond. Maggie Siff later went on to play the character of June Carter in the video game Below Deck. She also appeared in the films Bridesmaid, Pretty Woman, and Big Fan.
Maggie Siff was married to Mark Siff during the late seventies and the two had two children. Maggie Siff played the role of Carol Brady on the television show Cheers and later was married to Robert Klein. Maggie Siff also had a brief stint on Broadway playing the character of Rose in the musical Hair. Recently, Maggie Siff has been nominated for an Emmy for her starring role on the television show Men in Trees. She is currently up for any award for Outstanding Comedy Series, which is expected to be announced sometime in the near future.
Maggie Siff Measurements
|6 inches (91 cm)
|24 in / 61 cm
|36 inches (91 cm)
|5′ 8″/ 1.73 m
Maggie Siff became a spokesperson for the American Cancer Society after it was discovered that she was diagnosed with cancer. Maggie Siff served as the media face for the organization, speaking at length about her diagnosis, treatment, and optimistic outlook on life and cancer. Maggie Siff has also gained recognition for her appearances on several television shows, including Anger Management, Smallville, Chuck, The Mentalist, and Everybody Loves Raymond. Additionally, Maggie Siff was a contestant on The Bachelor, where she eventually became the first woman ever to win the reality series. In addition to her numerous television appearances, Maggie Siff has also been nominated multiple times for awards pertaining to her acting skills, including a Satellite Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Television Series and an Emmy for her performance on The Mentalist.
Maggie Siff first became famous when she appeared in the pilot episode of Everybody Loves Raymond. After appearing in a number of episodes, Siff moved on to play the same character in a spin-off, Everybody Loves Christmas. During the course of her television appearances, Siff slowly garnered attention from more prestigious acting assignments, which included appearances on Entourage, Glee, and Two and a Half Men. After leaving Smallville, Maggie Siff started appearing in more mainstream shows, including Frasier, E.T., and Seinfeld, which helped pave her way into the Hollywood elite.
As an actor, Maggie Siff has played characters in a number of different genres, including dramas, comedies, animated films, and even high-budget movies. She has been cast in a number of prominent and memorable roles in all of these genres, including a sex symbol in the movie Sex and the City, a love interest for Bruce Willis in the movie Bruce Almighty, and a beloved love interest for David Duchovny’s character Johnnie B. Goode in the new series Men in Black. Additionally, Maggie Siff also had small parts in some movies that did not receive near as much attention as some of the other roles she has received. For example, she was only seen in one episode of the movie Office Space and was not credited for her role.