For her role, Moss received the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress - Miniseries or Television Film.
The following year, Moss starred in the independent film Listen Up Philip (2014), her first collaboration with writer-director Alex Ross Perry.
She is known for her roles as Zoey Bartlet, the youngest daughter of President Josiah Bartlet, on the NBC television series The West Wing (1999–2006); Peggy Olson, secretary-turned-copywriter on the AMC series, Mad Men (2007–2015), which earned her six Emmy Awards nominations and one Golden Globe nomination; and Det.
Between 2009 and the series' final season in 2015, Moss was nominated for five Emmy awards for the role Reflecting on her casting in the series, Moss recalled: "I auditioned [for the role].There were scripts for two pilots that everyone were talking about at the time that were really good, and Mad Men was one of them." followed by a part in the comedy Get Him to the Greek (2010) opposite Jonah Hill.She provided the voice of Holly De Carlo, a main character in the TV special Frosty Returns (1992) and of Michelle in the animated film Once Upon a Forest (1993).She appeared in the television remake of the 1993 film Gypsy and played Harvey Keitel's younger daughter in the film Imaginary Crimes (1994). If that's not a clue to how happy these two are together, then we don't know what is!
She is a superb actress and her work in TV shows and movies has really touched people from all over the world.It required Zoey to be a bit of a pain with her fancy French boyfriend, but Moss always made her relatable, even when the plot required otherwise." and a minor part in the drama Anywhere But Here.That same year, she had a small role as Katie Brockett in the movie Mumford (1999), playing the daughter of a woman with a shopping addiction.Moss continuted to study dance throughout her teenage years, but began obtaining acting roles as well.In order to manage her education and career, she began homeschooling, and graduated in 1999 at age sixteen.She also appeared in Mary Lambert's 2007 horror film The Attic, and the independent drama Day Zero (2007).