Star Actor Mary Mara, popular for her roles in Law & Order and, Dexter, passed away at the age of 61.
Mary Mara Was Discovered In Mysterious Condition
Mary Mara was found by nearby troopers and the Ambulance in the St. Lawrence River near Cape Vincent. The Ambulance at Cape Vincent Fire in the St. Lawrence River responded, in upstate New York which happens to be close to the Canadian border.
While the cause of official death is still unknown, local police stated that there were absolutely no signs of any foul play and that “the preliminary investigation suggests the victim drowned while swimming.” The Office of Jefferson County Medical Examiner is anticipated to undergo Mary’s autopsy to determine the cause of her sudden death.
Manager Craig Dorfman Gives An Official Statement
In a statement issued by her manager Craig Dorfman, he went on to pay his regards to late Mary Mara, even recalling the foremost time he saw Mara perform.
“Mary was one of the finest actresses I ever met,” he said. “I still remember seeing her onstage in 1992 in Mad Forest off-Broadway. She was electric, funny, and a true individual. Everyone loved her. She will be missed.”
Mary Mara: A Recap of A Glorious Career
Making her film debut in 1989, Mara began the 1989 TV movie, The Preppie Murder, based on the murder of Jennifer Levin by Robert Chambers. Mara appears as Susan Bird while other credits of the movie included The Hard Way (1991) with James Woods and Michael J. Fox, Mr. Saturday Night (1992) with Billy Crystal, and finally, Bound (1996) with Joe Pantoliano and with Jennifer Tilly and Joe Pantoliano. Her final role in a movie was 2020’s Break-Even.
The late actor even had a nice, long career in TV, which consists of many multi-episode roles. She also made a one-off appearance in Law & Order and later in, NYPD Blue, Maya Mara got herself a recurring gig as Loretta Sweet in ER. She then did a series of regular role of Nash Bridges, as Inspector Bryn Carson. Mara edited the series at the beginning of season 3 after her character got eventually written out of the series.
She also appeared in guest roles throughout the ’90s and early and mid-2000s, giving fans some really memorable appearances in Third Watch, The West Wing, Star Trek: Enterprise, Bones, Monk, and Dexter, appearing as Valerie Hodges in the latter. In the 2010s, she was one of most recognizable for her roles as Nance in Shameless Season 3 and later as Mrs. Sullivan in Ray Donovan. Her final TV roles was in Criminal Minds as Judith Anderson and as Selma in General Hospital in 2014.