June 14, 1968 – September 6, 2014
Molly Glynn, the youngest of five children, grew up in Hartford, Connecticut. She graduated from Tufts University, studying both theater and classical mythology. Some Chicago theater credits include “Tom Jones" (Northlight Theatre), "Homecoming 1972" (Chicago Dramatists), "The Odd Couple" (Northlight), "Middletown" (Steppenwolf Theatre Company), "Unnecessary Farce" (First Folio), "That Was Then" (Seanachai Theatre Company), "The Taming of the Shrew" (Chicago Shakespeare Theater). Molly also showed up on many of the TV shows filmed in Chicago, including "Boss," "Chicago Fire" and "Early Edition."
She is survived by husband Joe Foust, and her two children from a previous marriage, Declan and Chance, as well as Jacquelyn Glynn, Molly's mother; two brothers, Garry Tilton and Bill Glynn; and two sisters, Mary Beth Kelso and Sarah Peters.