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Australian Shepherd (Dog)

Breed: Australian Shepherd

Myra Molloy has an Australian Shepherd at home[1].

Doodle (Dog)

Breed: Doodle

Myra Molloy was also seen walking this Doodle in Manhattan, New York in September 2023[2].

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Myra Molloy is a Thai-American actress, singer, and songwriter. She gained popularity after winning the first season of Thailand’s Got Talent in 2011 at the age of 13, impressing audiences with her performances of cross-over classical and Broadway songs. In 2014, she placed in the Top 6 on ABC television’s Rising Star USA. Molloy’s acting career includes playing Kim (alternate) in the US tour of “Miss Saigon” and portraying ‘Quinn’ in Miramax’s 2021 film “He’s All That,” a gender-reversed reboot of “She’s All That.”

Born and raised in Bangkok, Thailand, to a Thai mother and an American father, Molloy developed a passion for Broadway from a young age. She began playing the violin at age 5, later switching to viola, and was the first vocal scholar at Shrewsbury International School Bangkok at age 9. Her victory in Thailand’s Got Talent led to regular performances with the Siam Sinfonietta Orchestra and Bangkok Opera, and she has sung at major events in various countries, showcasing her ability to perform in multiple languages and genres.

Molloy’s career has been marked by significant collaborations and performances. She impressed David Foster during a concert in Bangkok, leading to further opportunities to perform with him. Her role in “Reya the Musical” in 2012 and her participation in “Halfworlds II” on HBO Asia in 2016, where she also co-wrote and performed several songs, highlight her diverse talents. Molloy’s voice work as Moana in the Thai version of the Walt Disney Studios animated film further showcases her versatility as a performer.

In addition to her performing career, Molloy is a graduate of Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts, where she majored in singing and songwriting as a merit scholarship student.