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and the television film It's Spring Training, Charlie Brown! Beginning 1999, Moss portrayed the recurring role of Zoey Bartlet in the White House television drama The West Wing, playing the daughter of Martin Sheen and Stockard Channing; she would portray the character until the series finale in 2006.
Robin Griffin in the BBC miniseries Top of the Lake (2013), the last of which won her a Golden Globe and Satellite Awards for Best Actress in a Miniseries or TV film.For her role, Moss received the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress - Miniseries or Television Film.The following year, Moss starred in the independent film Listen Up Philip (2014), her first collaboration with writer-director Alex Ross Perry.After production on Mad Men had wrapped, Moss collaborated again with Alex Ross Perry, starring in Queen of Earth (2015), a psychological thriller opposite Katherine Waterston and Patrick Fugit, in which she plays a mentally unstable woman who unravels at a vacation home in the company of her close friends.She was also cast in a supporting part in the British dystopian drama High-Rise (2015), opposite Tom Hiddleston and Sienna Miller.hottie has spoken up and completely killed all whisperings surrounding his "relationship status" with co-star Elisabeth Moss.
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Moss's West End debut was as Martha Dobie in Lillian Hellman's play The Children's Hour, which opened at The Comedy Theatre, London on January 22, 2011.
Moss played detective Robin Griffin in the 2013 Sundance Channel miniseries Top of the Lake, a co-production by the Sundance Channel, the UK's BBC Two and Australia's UKTV, written and directed by Oscar-winner Jane Campion.
Moss continuted to study dance throughout her teenage years, but began obtaining acting roles as well.
In order to manage her education and career, she began homeschooling, and graduated in 1999 at age sixteen.
She also appeared in Mary Lambert's 2007 horror film The Attic, and the independent drama Day Zero (2007).