Actress Mary Mara, best known for her dramatic roles in television shows including “ER,” “Ray Donovan” and “Nash Bridges,” has died in what New York officials said appeared to be a drowning accident. it occurs. She was 61
, New York State Police said on Monday that a woman identified as Mara was found in New York near the Canadian border in the St. Lawrence River near Cape Vincent just after 8 a.m. Sunday.
The NYSP’s preliminary “investigation suggests that the victim (killed) drowned while swimming,” according to a release. On examination, Mara’s body showed “no signs of any wrongdoing.” The actress’ body was taken to the Jefferson County Medical Examiner’s office to determine the official cause of death.
The investigation continues.
In a statement to USA TODAY on Monday, his manager, Craig Dorfman, described him as “electric, fun-loving and a true person.”
“Mary was one of the best actresses I’ve ever met,” her manager continued. “Everyone loved him.”
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St. Lawrence River running through the city of Cape Vincent, New York where Mara was resident, the release said. Mara was living with her sister at the time, NYSP Trooper Jack L. Keller confirmed to USA Today on Monday.
Born in Syracuse, New York, Mara studied acting at San Francisco State University and the Yale School of Drama before making her show debut as Susan Bird in the 1989 TV movie “The Preppy Murder” in the medical drama ‘ER’ and the crime drama To play Loretta Sweet and Insp in ‘Nash Bridges’. Brian Carson respectively.
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Mara also played a few roles in the “Law & Order” universe , appearing in “Law & Order” and “Law & Order: Special” in 1999 . Victims Unit” in 2005. The
actress also graced the silver screen. Her film debut Kathryn Bigelow action drama “Blue Steel” Jamie Lee Curtis . Mara appeared in films such as “Mr.” Saturday Night, ” “Love Potion No. 9” and “Prom Night.”
Mara’s last acting role was in the 2020 action film “Break Even”.
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