Mary Mara, whose acting career lasted more than 30 years, had appearances on television programs like “Ray Donovan,” “Dexter,” and “ER.”
has perished in death that according to New York investigators appears to be a drowning accident.
The St. Lawrence River in Cape Vincent, in upstate New York, close to the Canadian border, was where a woman, later identified as Mara, 61, was discovered Sunday just after 8 a.m., according to the New York State Police.
The exact cause of death is still being determined, according to the police, but there were no indications of wrongdoing and it appears Mara drowned while swimming.
The Preppie Murder from 1989 is where she made her acting debut. Since then, the New Yorker has consistently worked, alternating between returning roles in some shows and guest spots in others.
She appeared in films including “Prom Night” and “Mr. Saturday Night,” with Billy Crystal. Her most recent acting role was in the 2020 film “Break Even.”
Dorfman composed. “One of the best actors I’ve ever encountered was Mary. I still recall witnessing her perform in 1992’s off-Broadway production of “Mad Forest.” She was energizing, humorous, and truly unique. She was adored by all. We will miss her, “.
With more than 80 screen credits, Mara launched her film and television career with the 1989 TV movie “The Preppie Murder.”