Ellen was born 6 March 1981 at the Milford, Connecticut, USA.
Her father, Dr. Erich Muth, was national optician of the year, has an entire museum named after him, has written numerous optical books which he donates the profits to The Erich Muth Scholarship, and there is a section…more
Ellen is a graduate of Foran Highschool in Milford, CT.
Ellen attended Skip Barber Racing School in Connecticut.
Ellen has done voice work for animation such as Tofu, The Vegan Zombie.
Ellen attended Lee Strasberg School for acting.
Ellen attended the 2012 DragonCon in Atlanta, Georgia.
Ellen's directorial debut was in the 2008 film Coffee, Tea or Me.
Ellen starred in the 2011film Margarine Wars.
Ellen is managed by Envoy Entertainment.
Ellen is represented by the ICM Artists Talent Agency.
Ellen first on-screen appearance was in Milton Bradley Toys Commercial (1993).
Ellen is a member of MENSA and Intertel-both aregroups for exceptionally intelligent people.
Ellen has stated that she expresses much interest and may get into writing or directing films in the future.
In 2004, Ellen won the "Best Newcomer" category for the SFX Readers Choice Awards.
Ellen has stated that one of her favorite musicians is Mariah Carey.
Ellen was nominated in the 2004 Satellite Awards for "Best Actress" for her work on the television show, Dead Like Me.
Ellen has stated that her favorite actress is Angelina Jolie.
Ellen has a hobby of racing cars.
Ellen's father, Erich, is an optician.
Ellen won an award for "Best Supporting Actress" for her work on the movie, Delores Claiborne, at the Tokyo Film Festival.
In 1999, Ellen won the "Best Actress" award for her work on the film The Young Girl & the Monsoon at the AFI Los Angeles International Film Festival.
Nine Armenians: New York City
My Good Name: Seattle
Ellen started to study and practice acting at the age of 10-years old. She got her first role at age 14.
Ellen has a soft spot for cats. Burmese cats in particular, as she collects them.
Ellen has stated that Sex and the City is her favorite television show.
Ellen is 5' 3" tall.
Last name pronounced "Myooth" (like youth).
She adores cats so she has 9 (Six Burmese, 2 Siamese Apple heads and 1 Munchkin)
Ellen: (on how she is different from her character Georgia Lass) I'm not as bitter as she is. I don't blame people as often as she does. I take responsibility for my actions more than she does.
Ellen: I feel most comfortable playing and creating characters who are least like myself.
Ellen: (on the show Dead Like Me ending) I was really upset. The script, back when I read it during the pilot, it was the kind of role where you read the script and you say, "This is so unique and so different and so dynamic. I can go in so many different directions with this character. It's too good to be true for me to actually get it." And then I got the role and it was so upsetting to have to stop so soon.
Ellen Muth: (about atmosphere on the set of "Dead Like Me") Everyone gets along great.It's very rare that you got a cast and crew as close and tight as we are. We're all of different age brackets, so it's not like there's any competition, there's no jealousy or rivalry.
Ellen Muth: (About working on 'Dead Like Me') It still hasn't hit me yet because I've had so many disappointments. I never imagined getting a commercial. I thought it was one of those things that is one in a million and that it wouldn't happen to me... It's been an amazing journey.
Ellen Muth: (About her character George Lass) Actually, what's appealing about the role is the character's dry sense of humor and the fact that she doesn't even realize that she's funny half the time. I also love George's curiosity about life and death and the fact that deep down inside she does care about people...
Ellen: Ever since I was a little kid, whenever my parents would have company over, I would put on shows, whether they would be magic shows, singing shows, dancing shows, little skits.
(Ellen on performing at a young age)
Ellen: Ever since I was a little kid, whenever my parents would have company over, I would put on shows. Whether they would be magic shows, singing shows, dancing shows, little skits. I would do improv, and then I started making my own movies.
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