Actress Mary-Louise Parker's Biography & Past Life of Mary-Louise Parker
Last Updated: July 28, 2017
Mary-Louise Parker was born in August 1964 in Fort Jackson, United States.
He studied drama at the North Carolina School of the Arts; And after graduating, he joined the cast of the "Ryan's Hope" series.
In 1990 she made her Broadway debut in the production "Prelude to a Kiss", playing the main character Rita, for which she won the Clarence Derwent Award for her performance, being also nominated for a Tony Award.
That same year he worked, winning the applause of the public and the critic, in the film "Companions inseparable", which was followed by "Grand Canyon: the soul of the city" and "Green fried tomatoes".
During the 90's he was able to watch films such as "The Client" (1994), "Bullets on Broadway" (1994), "Boys on the Side" (1995), "Reckless" ), "The Maker" (1997).
After his participation in several independent films and plays, he was seen in "Let The Devil Wear Black" and "The Five Senses" (1999).
Already in the new millennium, he participated in feature films such as "El rojo rojo" (2002), "Salvados!" (2004), "Romance & Cigarettes" (2005), "The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford" (2007) or "The Spiderwick Chronicles"
Among his television credits, Parker was part of Mike Nichols' critically acclaimed "Angels In America," receiving the 2003 Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild and Emmy nominations, which was also nominated for his Role of Amy Gardner in "The West Wing of the Casablanca".
Mary-Louise Parker is currently a television hit with the Showtime series "Weeds," which stars a widow who trades and grows marijuana in order to maintain her lifestyle. This interpretation earned him a Golden Globe in 2006.
As for his personal life, Parker spent seven years with actor Billy Crudup, with whom he had his first child in 2004. In 2007, at the age of 43, he adopted an African girl named Ash.