Maggie Siff may have started in 2004 with television series, but over time the American actress expanded her horizons into other commercial areas, and today she works as a TV announcer for the Robo consulting service Betterment. Maggie also tested the water in independent films with the movie A Woman, a Part. Her film and television career reflects the determination of a survivor determined to find the light at the end of the tunnel. Here are some lesser-known facts about this talented actress.
Maggie Siff’s Profile, Age
Maggie Siff is of Irish and Russian descent and was born on June 21, 1974, in the Bronx, New York. Her mother is of Irish and Swedish descent, while her father is a mixture of Russian Jewry. She attended the High School of Science in the Bronx and then transferred to Bryn Mawr College in Pennsylvania, where she earned a degree in English. At this time, her interest in acting continued to grow, so she enrolled in an acting program at the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University. Siff then became involved in several theater productions such as Henrik Ibsen’s Ghosts, which earned her the 1998 Barrymore Award for Excellence in Theatre. At that time she was working at the regional theater.
Her success in the theater encouraged her to do more; Maggie Siff, who then switched to television, had her first big appearance on the big screen in 2004 when she started TV series. Her first role on television was in the crime series Third Watch. She also appeared in the crime series Law and Order and the medical drama series Grey’s Anatomy.
In 2007 she played the role of Rachel Menken Katz in the AMC series Mad Men. Her role in the series, which featured 92 episodes, lasted from 2007 to 2008, and despite its short duration, Siff, who had already moved into the spotlight, received a nomination for the Screen Actors Guild Award for “Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series” along with other actors in the series. In the same year, the actress appeared in the film Then She Found Me. The following year she played a role in the film Funny People, followed by Leaves of Grass as Rabbi Renannah Zimmerman in 2010.
The talented actress was further highlighted when she played the remarkable role of Dr. Tara Knowles in the series Sons of Anarchy. Maggie Siff has received several awards, including the Critics Choice Awards in 2012 and 2014.
The talented actress also tried out independent films with the movie A Woman, a Part in 2016. In the same year she was cast as Wendy Rhoades in Trillions and the following year Siff starred in Liz W. Garcia’s One Percent More Moisture. It seemed that the 2018 “Mad Men” star wanted to test her hidden skills when she started working as a TV announcer for an online investment service called Betterment.
Her Net Worth
Maggie Siff sits on an estimated net worth of $8 million, which she owes to her film investments. Siff, who rose to fame after her Mad Men role, also attained financial status through her numerous appearances on television. In addition, the actress earns a lot of money as a spokeswoman for Betterment.
Personal Life – Husband, Kids
Maggie Siff may have been caught up with work in the early years of her career, but she soon made time for her love life. The actress is married to Paul Ratliff. The couple, who began as friends before becoming lovers, entered into the bond of marriage in October 2012 and have been together ever since. One year after their wedding, Siff Ratliff shared the joyful news of the birth of their first child. The couple welcomed a little girl named Lucy in April 2014. Siff has no other children from previous relationships and was married only to Paul Ratliff.
Body Measurements – Height, Weight
Maggie Siff has a subtle look and an average physique that fits her showbiz career. She stands at a height of 1.68m (5ft 5in), which is in good proportion to her weight of 57kg (125 lbs). With her body measurements of 34-25-34, she fits in size 7 for her dresses. She wears size 10 US for her shoes and size 34B for her bra.