Who’s Betty Gilpin?
Betty Gilpin is better known as Elizabeth Folan Gilpin. She’s an American actress born on July 21, 1986. The Hollywood celebrity is best known for her spectacular performance in the most popular Netflix comedy series “Glow”.
The show worked well for Betty that helped her immensely for giving her due recognition. The actress was later nominated for 3 Primetime Emmy Awards in the category of best supporting actress in a comedy series.
From 2013-2015, Gilpin performed remarkably well in the character of Dr. Carrie Roman in a popular comedy drama series titled Nurse Jackie.
Apart from working in TV shows, Gilpin also starred in some movies like True Story (2015). It’s a mystery thriller directed by Rupert Goold.
The film managed to gross over $5.3 million. She also appeared in Future ’38 (2017) which is a romantic comedy directed by Jamie Greenberg.
Some other Betty Gilpin movies include Isn’t It Romantic (2019) directed by Todd Strauss-Schulson that also starred Priyanka Chopra in one of the pivotal roles.
Gilpin again appeared in A Dog’s Journey (2019) and Stuber (2019). In 2020, the actress starred in a horror movie “The Grudge”, “The Hunt” (action thriller) and “Coffee & Kareem” which is an action comedy.
|Real Name||Elizabeth Folan Gilpin|
|Nick Name||Betty Gilpin|
|Height||169 cm | Five Feet 7 Inches (5′ 7″)|
|Date of Birth||July 21, 1986|
|Age (as in 2021)||37 Years|
|Birth Place||New York city|
|Hometown||New York city|
|School||The Loomis Chaffee School|
|College/University||Fordham University B|
|Educational Qualification||Graduate (2004)|
|Debut||Law & Order: Criminal Intent (2006)
The Unusuals (2008)
|Family||Father: Jack Gilpin
Mother: Ann McDonough
|Isn’t It Romantic, A Dog’s Journey, Stuber||2019|
|The Grudge, The Hunt, Coffee & Kareem||2020|
|Known For||portraying the character of “Liberty Belle” in the famous Netflix comedy series GLOW
|Salary||USD 30K per episode|
|Net Worth||USD 2 million|
|Family & Relatives|
|Brother(s)||Harry Gilpin & Sam Gilpin|
|Husband/Boyfriend||Cosmo Pfeil (m. 2016)|