Mary Mara, a personality actor best-known for her roles on ER, Ray Donavan and Legislation & Order, died in an obvious drowning on Sunday. She was 61.
New York State Police reported the demise after they responded to a name a few attainable drowning Sunday morning within the small city of Cape Vincent.
Emergency responders discovered Mara lifeless within the water within the St. Lawrence River.
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A preliminary investigation signifies that Mara drowned whereas swimming and police to this point have discovered no indicators of foul play, in keeping with a press launch.
The Jefferson County Medical Examiner’s Workplace will carry out an post-mortem to find out an official reason behind demise. The investigation is ongoing.
Mara’s supervisor Craig Dorfman additionally confirmed the actor’s demise, writing that “Mary was one of many most interesting actresses I ever met.”
“I nonetheless keep in mind seeing her onstage in 1992 in Mad Forest off Broadway. She was electrical, humorous and a real particular person. Everybody beloved her. She might be missed.”
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A spokesperson for Mara’s household instructed Deadline that the actor had been staying at her sister’s summer season residence in Cape Vincent when she died. The property is within the Thousand Islands area, the place the St. Lawrence River separates Canada and the U.S.
Cape Vincent is about an hour’s drive from Kingston, Ont.
Mara carried out roles for TV and movie, and her credit embrace multi-episode roles on beloved sequence equivalent to Dexter, Star Trek: Enterprise and Nash Bridges. Her movie credit embrace Mr. Saturday Night time and Love Potion #9.
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Mara’s final function was the 2020 movie Break Even, after which she retired from performing and moved again to her hometown of Syracuse, in keeping with Selection.
The actor is survived by her stepdaughter Katie Mersola, her sisters Martha and Susan Mara, and nephew Christopher Dailey.
As of this writing, there aren’t any funeral plans introduced.
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