Janel Moloney was born on October 3, 1969, in Woodland Hills, California. She was raised in a tight-knit family and has a fraternity twin named Carey. Actress Christine Ebersole is Janels aunt. She took dance lessons from age five to fifteen, and frequently attended local theater productions as a young. After high school, Janel moved to New York City to attend the acting conservatory at SUNY Purchase, but left after a year to study with well-known acting coach Roy London in Los Angeles.
Growing up in the Los Angeles suburb of Woodland Hills, Janel Moloney began studying dance at age 5, but knew from the start that she wanted to be an actress. She spent her early days performing in front of her family and attending local theater productions when she was a little older. However, the girl did not receive her own taste of the stage until high school where she participated in many school productions, including playing Bianca in Shakespeares Taming of the Shrew. The protégé of the famed coach Roy London, Janel, broke the small screen in 1991 with roles in the movies To Save a Child and ...And Then She Was Gone.
Janel Moloney Net Worth: Janel Moloney is an American actress who has a net worth of $10 million. Janel Moloney was born in October of 1969 and is best known for her role as Donnatella "Donna" Moss on the long-time running drama series, The West Wing. She also earned a Primetime Emmy Award for her efforts in the category, Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series. As well as being nominated in both 2002 and 2004. Moloney was born in Woodland Hills, California in October of 1969. She is also the niece of actress Christine Ebersole, from whom she drew inspiration. She also attended SUNY Purchase, which is an acting conservatory for school-aged children in California. It was here where she expanded her skill set and began to take on various acting roles. Moloney got her start in multiple television guest roles, including those on ER, Sports Night, The Adventures of Brisco Country, Jr., and Murder, She Wrote. In 2007 she made her debut in an off-Broadway performance in 100 Saints You Should Know, then appeared in another off-Broadway show, Love, Loss, and What I Wore in 2011. Since she has continued to appear in various television shoes and movie roles.