Mary Mara, “ER” and “Ray Donovan” actress, dies at 61
Actress Mary Mara, best known for her roles in “ER” and “Ray Donavan,” has died, her manager Craig Dorfman said in a statement to CNN. She was 61 years old.
Dorfman said, “Mary was one of the best actresses I’ve ever met.” I still remember seeing her on stage in 1992 on Broadway’s Mad Forest. She was an electric, funny and real person. Everyone loved her. She will be remembered. “
Authorities responded to a call with a “chance of drowning” around 8:10 a.m. local time on Sunday, according to a New York State Police press release. Troopers and Cape Vincent Fire and ambulances arrived at the scene and “the search for the dead woman in the St. Lawrence River began,” the publication said.
According to police, “Preliminary investigations suggest the victim drowned while swimming.”
There were no signs of a wrong game, police added in their statement. An autopsy is expected by the Jefferson County Medical Examiner’s Office to determine the official cause of death, according to police.
Along with multi-episode roles in shows such as “Dexter,” “The Practice,” and “Star Trek: Enterprise,” Mara had a list of credits spread across television and movies. She was arguably the most recognizable for her roles in “Nash Bridges,” “ER” and “Ray Donovan.”
Mara’s film credits include “Mr. Saturday Night” and “Love Potion # 9”. Her last credit was for the film “Break Even” which came out in 2020.