Mary Mara’s manager Craig Dorfman announced her death. Mary Mara was an actress who is best known for her roles in “ER” and “Ray Donavan.”
Dorfman said Mary was “one the most talented actresses that I’ve ever seen.” Mary was “one of the most talented actresses I’ve ever seen.” She is greatly missed by all. “
A New York State Police press release stated that officers responded to a Sunday request for assistance regarding a possible drowning. According to the release, Troopers and Cape Vincent Fire and Ambulance arrived on the scene and discovered the body of a woman drowning in the St. Lawrence River. “
Police said there were no suspicious signs. The Jefferson County Medical Examiner’s Office will conduct an autopsy to determine the cause of death.
Mara’s credits included television and film roles, as well as multi-episode roles on shows such “As Star Trek: Enterprise”, “The Practice”, and “Dexter.” “
Mara has starred in “Mr. Saturday Night” and “Love Potion #9” films. The last credit she received was for “Break Even,” which is a 2020 film.
Perhaps her most famous role is that of Loretta Sweet, a down-and-out prostitute who plays a single mother and sympathetic character on the NBC series ER.
She was also a psychopathic killer in CBS’s detective drama Criminal Minds. She was also the vulnerable adult child of Mr., Billy Crystal’s emotionally distant, and washed-up comedian. Saturday Night
In 1989, she appeared on stage with Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio (and Jeff Goldblum) in the New York Shakespeare Festival production Twelfth Night. She starred with William Hurt in the 1990s Yale Repertory Theatre production of Anton Chekhov’s Ivanov.
Mara is survived by her stepdaughter Katie Mercola and her sister Martha Mara. Christopher Dailey was her nephew.