Molly and Stephen's Bios

Molly Beck Ferguson

Molly originally hails from Foxboro, MA (home of the New England Patriots, mind you) and is a graduate of Emerson College. She is a graduate of the LA chapter of The Second City's renowned Conservatory Program. She has also studied with the Groundlings and has performed with the comedy improv troupe, Guilty Pleasure.

Molly recently completed shooting the independent film, Happy Holidays, as well as the feature film Lucky, which won Best Director at the 2002 No Dance Film Festival and Best Feature at the 2002 New York City Horror Film Festival. Her other independent film work includes the short films Stool Pigeon, Settled Difference and Zebramonkey for The Second City Movie Club. Her TV credits include According to Jim, and can be seen in commercials for Nexium, Angel Soft, Toyota and American Express.

Molly lives in Los Angeles with her tall and talented thespian husband, James C. Ferguson and her little bambino, Lily.



Stephen Simon

One of Stephen’s most recent projects include playing Albert in the musical, Bye Bye Birdie in Los Angeles. He has performed extensively on stage and some of his favorite projects include originating the role of Praiseworthy in the World Premiere of the musical By the Great Horn Spoon, adapted by Newberry Award winning author Sid Fleischman from his bestselling children’s novel; Kookamonga Falls; Strike Up the Band (with Charles Nelson Reilly!); the world premiere of March Tale at the Seven Angels Theater in Connecticut.

In addition to numerous commercials, Stephen’s big and small screen credits include guest-starring roles on Nickelodeon’s ALL THAT and Q TV’s QUEER EDGE. Stephen is also known as the really tall half of the comedy duo, TEN WEST. With their innovative fusion of improv, music, traditional clowning and vaudeville, Ten West has received nationwide critical acclaim for their performances in New York, Toronto, Chicago, Seattle, San Francisco and Los Angeles.

In addition to training at HB Studios and ABT, Stephen proudly holds degrees from the University of California, Irvine, and Ringling Bros. and Bailey Clown College.