Actress Mary Mara, Most famous for his theatrical roles on television shows including “ER,” “Ray Donovan” and “Nash Bridges”, died when New York authorities appeared to have drowned in an accident. She is 61 years old.
The New York State Police said Monday A woman identified as Mara was found in the St. Lawrence River near Cape Vincent in New York’s upstate near the Canadian border just after 8 a.m. Sunday.
The NYSP’s preliminary report states that “the victim (Mara) is said to have drowned while swimming.” During the test, Mara’s body “showed no signs of abnormal play.” The actress’ body was taken to the Jefferson County Medical Examiner’s Office to determine the official cause of death.
The investigation is ongoing.
In a statement to USA Today on Monday, his manager Craig Dorfman described her as “electric, fun and a real person”.
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“Mary is one of the best actresses I have ever met,” her manager continued. “Everyone loved her.”
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The St. Lawrence River Goes through the city Cape Vincent, New York, At the place where Mara resided, the publication says. Mara was staying with her sister at the time, NYSP trooper Jack L. Keller confirmed to the USA on Monday.
Mara was born in Syracuse, New York He studied acting at San Francisco State University and the Yale School of Drama Before She made her show debut as Susan Bird In the 1989 television movie “The Proper Murder”. In the 90s, Loretta starred in the medical drama “ER” and the crime drama “Nash Bridges” as Sweet and Insp. Brian Carson, respectively.
Mara Landed in a few roles in the “Law & Order” universe He also appeared in “Law & Order” in 1999 and “Law & Order: Special Victims Division” in 2005.
The actress also appeared on the silver screen. Debuts in the movie Katherine Bigelow’s action play “Blue Steel” starring Jamie Lee Curtis and Ron Silver. Mara appeared in films like “Mr.” Saturday night, “” Love Potion no. 9 “and” Theatrical Night. “
Mara’s final performance is in the 2020 action movie “Break Even.”
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Contributed by: Associated Press