Molly Webster

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CitizenshipUnited States of America
  • Bachelor of Science in Biology
  • Masters degree in Science
  • Health
  • Environment Reporting
Alma materJohn Carroll University
  • Journalist
  • Science correspondent
  • Radio producer
  • Actress

Molly Webster is an American journalist, science correspondent, radio producer, and actress. She is Senior Correspondent for WNYC's Radiolab.[1] She recently appeared as Roxanne alongside actor Joaquin Phoenix in the 2021 film C'mon C'mon directed by Mike Mills.[2]

Early Career

Webster graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Biology from John Carroll University in Cleveland, Ohio. She later earned a masters degree in Science, Health, and Environment Reporting from New York University.[3]

Radio Producer

Webster helped launch Freakonomics Radio in 2009, and contributed the voiceover introduction to early episodes.[4][5] She is currently a producer for WNYC's Radiolab and is the show’s Senior Correspondent.[6]

In 2018, Webster developed, produced, and hosted RadioLab’s first special podcast series, Gonads, which looked at human chromosomes and gender.[7][8]

Film Career

Webster was cast alongside actor Joaquin Phoenix in the 2021 film C'mon C'mon (film) directed by Mike Mills.[9] In the film, Phoenix plays a public radio journalist, with Webster’s character Roxanne as his producer. The film premiered at the 48th Telluride Film Festival on 02 September 2021.[10]


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