Character

Beth Boland

Played by Christina Hendricks

Actor Bio

Christina Hendricks plays Beth Boland on NBC's new drama "Good Girls."

Hendricks is best known for her portrayal of Joan Holloway on AMC's critically acclaimed series "Mad Men." Hendricks earned six Emmy Award nominations for Best Supporting Actress and won two Critics' Choice Television Awards. "Mad Men" won the 2008-11 Emmy for Outstanding Drama Series as well as a Golden Globe and SAG Award.

Hendricks will next appear in theaters alongside Glenn Close and Gillian Anderson in "Crooked House," an adaptation of Agatha Christie's whodunit of the same name. She recently wrapped production on the Ridley Scott-produced "The Burning Woman," opposite Sienna Miller and Aaron Paul; the Netflix comedy "Candy Jar," alongside Uzo Aduba and Helen Hunt; "Pottersville," with Judy Greer and Ian McShane; "The Strangers: Prey at Night," with Bailee Madison; the Western miniseries "Tin Star" for European pay TV operator Sky Atlantic, opposite Tim Roth; and the dark comedy "Egg," opposite Alysia Reiner.  

On the big screen, Hendricks was most recently seen in "Fist Fight" and "Bad Santa 2," and she also appeared in Nicolas Winding Refn's thriller "The Neon Demon," "Ginger & Rosa," in which she starred opposite Annette Bening and Elle Fanning, and "Drive," starring Ryan Gosling and Carey Mulligan. "Drive" received numerous nominations, including National Board of Review, Independent Spirit Awards and BAFTA Awards.

Hendricks earned strong reviews on stage in 2011 in Stephen Sondheim's production of "Company" for the New York Philharmonic at Lincoln Center.

She currently resides in both New York City and Los Angeles with her husband, Geoffrey Arend. 

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