About Molly Belle Wright

Molly’s debut lead role Aria in the Lifetime feature film Kidnapped first aired in 2021. Since then, Molly has had lead and supporting roles in feature films Christmas on the Farm (Young Emmy, Hulu), True Spirit (Young Hannah Watson, Netflix), Mistletoe Ranch (Juniper, Sky), and The Red (Young Maddy, post prod).

Molly’s television credits include recurring roles Lilly in the crime drama, Troppo (Amazon), where she plays the daughter of lead characters Ted (Thomas Jane) and Kelly (Radha Mitchell), Young Meg (Milly Alcock) in Upright (Amazon and Sky), and Bryan Brown’s granddaughter Bella in Darby and Joan. Molly had a small role in the NBC Universal TV series Joe vs Carole.

At the age of 7, Molly successfully auditioned to deliver a TED Talk commissioned by the Minderoo Foundation. After quickly learning the 15 minute speech, Molly flew to Sydney to work with Australian Film Director, Michael Gracey (The Greatest Showman, Rocketman) on her delivery. Once aired, Molly became the World’s youngest TED speaker. The multi-award winning talk was announced by TED as the Number 1 talk of 2021 and the 3rd most popular in recent history (trailing Elon Musk and Bill Gates), after being viewed over 1.8 billion times across all platforms globally:


Molly is an ambassador for The National Trust Australia and Wild Earth Oceania. During the latter half of 2021, Molly raised over $23,000 for Currumbin Wildlife Hospital. As part of Molly’s ambassadorships, Molly was invited to be the 2022 International Women’s Day Keynote Speaker, following in the footsteps of Jane Fonda and Olivia Newton-John, delivering a ten minute speech entitled Show Up to Queensland’s business leaders and dignitaries: https://vimeo.com/686493739

June 2022 saw Molly pick up the Australian Screen Industry Tony Bonner Award for Best Emerging Talent.


About this actor headshot photography package

Molly chose our very popular ‘ Get Aheadactor headshot photography package.  Get Ahead is all about helping an actor get a head in the industry. Getting ahead, means getting more castings, resulting in more opportunities to get work. To help an actor get ahead we will create a great go-to or flagship headshot. This is the first headshot you see on Spotlight and your agents website. A great headshot will make a great first impression. A great headshot captures your personality, beauty, energy, character, and your confidence radiates through it. It must represent who you are, your essence, spirit, quirks, flaws, and features. But  a go-to headshot can only go so far in helping an actor get more castings. Sometimes a casting director cannot visualise an actors suitability for a part from their go-to headshot alone. This is why we create another 3 contrasting headshots for the actor with a view to expanding type and stretching playing age.

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