|Who is it?||Actress, Director, Producer|
|Birth Day||February 11, 1947|
|Birth Place||Stockholm, Sweden, Sweden|
|Age||73 YEARS OLD|
|Spouse(s)||Philip Henry Isles (m. 1967; div. 1976); 1 child Alfred Jaretzki III|
|Parent(s)||Mabel Wilson Moltke Carl Moltke|
In 1967 she married Philip Henry Isles II of the Lehman banking family at the Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church in Manhattan. She left Dark Shadows in 1968 because she was pregnant. In 1969, she gave birth to a son, Adam.
During the early 1980s, she was subpoenaed, and testified, as a witness in the trial of Claus von Bülow for attempted murder of his wife, Sunny. According to newspaper accounts, Moltke and von Bülow had been having an affair.
In 1985, she began work at the Museum of Television & Radio where she became a curator specializing in arts, drama and children's programming. In 1991, a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities launched her on a career as a Producer and Director of the award-winning documentaries The Power of Conscience: The Danish Resistance and Rescue of the Jews (1995); Scandalize My Name: Stories from the Blacklist (1999); Porraimos: Europe's Gypsies in the Holocaust (2002); The Healing Gardens of New York (2006); Hidden Treasures: Stories from a Great Museum (2011). Her films have been seen at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (Washington, DC), Museum of Modern Art (NY), and numerous film festivals including the Human Rights Watch and Margaret Mead Film Festivals, and all have aired on PBS.