Polly Draper is an actor, writer, producer, and director from the United States. Thirtysomething was released in 1987, The Tic Code in 1999, Getting Into Heaven in 2003, and The Naked Brothers Band in 2007. In 1992, Draper married jazz musician Michael Wolff.
|June 15, 1955
|Gary, Indiana, United States
|68 years old
|Actress, writer, producer
|5 ft 9 inch
Polly Draper’s Age & Early Life
Polly Draper was born on June 15, 1955, in Gary, Indiana, United States. Her nationality is American, and she is of mixed heritage (English, German, Scottish, Portuguese Azorean, Welsh, and French). Phyllis Culbertson is her mother’s name, and William Henry Draper III is her father’s. Her father works as a Peace Corps administrator. However, she grew up in the California towns of Palo Alto and Arlington. She has a brother called Tim Draper and a sister named Becky Draper. Polly received her B.A.A. from Yale University in 1977. She received her Master of Fine Arts from the Yale School of Drama in 1980.
Polly Draper Height & Weight
She stands at 5 feet 9 inches tall. Her hair is dark brown, and her eyes are brown. There is no information available on her shoe and outfit sizes.
Polly Draper’s Net Worth
How much is Polly Draper’s net worth? Draper was the creator, writer, executive producer, and director of The Naked Brothers Band in 2007. Later that year, in the middle of 2004, he wrote and directed The Naked Brothers Band: The Movie. The film won the Audience Award for a Family Feature Film at the Hamptons International Film Festival in 2005. She is predicted to have a net worth of $300,000 as of December 2023.
Polly Draper started her career when she played Off-Broadway in 1980, with a part in Split. She was then cast in the ABC television drama Thirtysomething. Polly then landed a part in the NBC television film adaption of Danielle Steel’s Heartbeat.
She was ultimately included in the off-Broadway generation of Four Dogs and a Bone in 1993, and she also appeared on TV series such as The Larry Sanders Show in 1998, Intent Intent in 2002, and Too Young to Marry in 2007. In 1998, Draper’s portrayal in her script The Tic Code earned her the Bronze Griffin award for Best Actress at the Giffoni Film Festival.
Polly Draper appeared as a recurring guest in the Showtime comedy TV drama The Big C in 2010. Draper directed her youngest child’s play, What Would Woody Do? The Flea Theater in 2010. In 2011, she also wrote and appeared in a scene of the Current TV sci-fi show Bar Karma, and in 2012, she appeared in the play My Brilliant Divorce at the Bay Street Theater. She then appeared in the film Side Effects and the CBS television drama Golden Boy, both in 2013. Draper appeared in the 2014 film Obvious Child.
Polly Draper Husband & Marriage
Who is Polly Draper’s husband? Polly Draper is recognized as one of the most skilled and attractive actors. In 1991, she married Michael Wolff. She is the mother of two kids, Nat Wolff and Alex Wolff. Her two sons work in the entertainment sector. Prior to it, in 1983, she married Kevin Wade. However, owing to several disagreements, the couple divorced in 1990. She is now preoccupied with her career and does not seem to have time for romantic relationships. Her current marital status is single.