Mary Stuart Masterson

Mary Stuart Masterson

Jun. 28th, 1966
Born in
Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA
5' 4

Mary Stuart Masterson's Main TV Roles

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Gary the Rat TV Show
Gary the Rat
Kate Brasher TV Show
Kate Brasher

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Mary Stuart Masterson (born June 28, 1966) is an American film, stage and television actor, and director.

Born in Manhattan to writer-director Peter Masterson and actress Carlin Glynn. She has two siblings: Peter Masterson Jr., and Alexandra Masterson, who are both involved in the entertainment industry. As a teen, she attended Stagedoor Manor Performing Arts Training Center in upstate New York with actors Robert Downey, Jr. and Jon Cryer. Later, she attended schools in New York, including eight months studying anthropology at New York University.

Masterson started acting before the age of ten, when she appeared in The Stepford Wives (1975) in 1975 with her father. Afterwards, at the direction of her parents, Masterson led a life outside of the limelight, attending school in New York. She appeared in a few productions at New York's Dalton School. At the age of 15, the young actress appeared on Broadway in Eva Le Gallienne's version of Alice In Wonderland. She played two parts, the Four of Hearts and the Small White Rabbit. She returned to films in 1985 with the role of Dani in Heaven Help Us (1985). For eight months afterwards, Masterson attended New York University, where she studied anthropology.

  • Sister-in-law of 'Jennifer Tost' (qv).
  • Daughter of writer/director/actor 'Peter Masterson (I)' (qv) and actress 'Carlin Glynn' (qv).
  • Sister of actress 'Alexandra Masterson' (qv) and actor 'Peter Masterson (II)' (qv).
  • Has never done a nude scene nor has she ever posed nude or topless in her career.
  • She has received a Drama Desk Award nomination (2003) for Best Supporting Actress in the new revival of the Broadway musical "Nine".
  • Theatre World Award winner for her performance in the 2003 production of the Broadway musical "Nine".
  • Gave an interview in the 1980s in which she admitted to being a serious basketball fan.
  • Was nominated for Broadway's 2003 Tony Award as Best Actress (Featured Role - Musical) for a revival of "Nine The Musical."

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