An American film, stage as well as TV actress Margo Martindale is the winner of an Emmy Ward as well as Critics’ Choice TV Award in the year 2011 for her recurring role in the Justfield as Mags Bennett. In 2013 also, she was nominated for the Emmy Award for three times for her recurring role on the Americans as Claudia, winning once. In early 1980s, Margo started working at Actors Theatre of Louisville in the Kentucky where she worked for four years. Later, she made her Broadway debut in the year 2004 as Big Mama in the Cat on a Hot Tin Roof for which she also received a Tony Award nomination for the Best Featured Actress in the Play. In addition to that, she also starred in several of the Off-Broadway stage productions most notable in 1987 production of the Steel Magnolias as Truvy Jones.
Prior to her stage roles, she has also made her appearance in TV shows, series as well as movies. One of her first TV roles came in miniseries known as Lonesome Dove. She also played the recurring character of Camilla Figg on first three seasons of the Dexter as well as also has a recurring role in A&E courtroom drama called 100 Centre Street along with Alan Arkin. Her other TV and movie credits include Sabrina, 28 Days, In Dreams, Out There, Proof of Life, Wedding Daze, The Savages, The Firm, Emma and Elvis, The Human Stain, The Hours, Orphan, Forged, Mo, Feast of Love, The Hollars, Scalene, Win Win, Bluebird, Hung, Mercy, Ed, Snoops, The Riches, Medium, Silver Bells, Law & Order, A Girl Thing, The Millers, The Americans, Masters of Sex, Chaos, and Smash to name some few.
A native of Jacksonville, Texas, United States, Margo Martindale was born on 18th July of the year 1951 which has now made her at the age of 64. As a child, she was born as the youngest and the only child among the three children to her parents. Her parents are Everett and Margaret Martindale. His father used to own as well as operate lumber company in the Jacksonville and additionally, he was also known as the champion dog handler in the Texas and throughout the Southern United States. His siblings are named as Billy Matindale and Bobby Tim. She went to get her education from the Jacksonville High School and during her time there, she participated in the golf, cheerleading as well as drama. She was also crowned as the Football Sweetheart as well as Miss Jacksonville High School in the year 1969.
Later, she got graduated from her highs school in 1969. After that, she attended the Lon Morris College and was then transferred to University of Michigan at Ann Arbor. During her time in Michigan, Margo did the summer at the Harvard University appearing onstage with the future movie as well as TV stars Christopher Reeve and Jonathan Frakes. Moving on to her personal life biography, Margo is married to her husband named Bill Boals who is a musician. The couple tied their knot with each other in the year 1986. They also have one child, a daughter together who is named as Margaret. Besides that, she can also be connected via Twitter and Instagram.