Mary McCormack Bio, Age, Net Worth, Husband, Movies, TV Shows

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Mary McCormack Biography

Mary McCormack, born Mary Catherine McCormack, is an American actress.

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She has had leading roles in the series Murder One as Justine Appleton from 1995 to 1997, as Deputy National Security Adviser Kate Harper in The West Wing from 2004 to 2006, as Mary Shannon in In Plain Sight from 2008 to 2012, and as Casey in the British comedy/drama series Loaded (spring 2017).

Mary McCormack Age

Mary McCormack is 54 years old as of October 2023 having been born on February 8, 1969 in Plainfield, New Jersey, U.S.

Mary McCormack Height

She stands at a height of 1.73 meters (5 feet 8 inches).

Mary McCormack Net Worth

McCormack has a net worth of $5 million.

Mary McCormack Husband | Mary McCormack Michael Morris

McCormack got married to director and producer Michael Morris in July 2003 out of which three daughters were born namely; Lily (born 2004), Jack (born 2006) and Rose (born 2009).

Mary McCormack Family

Born in Plainfield, New Jersey, McCormack is the daughter of clinical therapist Norah and car dealership and ice cream parlor owner William McCormack. McCormack’s parents divorced in 1990. Her sister Bridget is the Chief Justice of the Michigan Supreme Court and a former professor of law at the University of Michigan Law School. Her brother William is an actor who has appeared as FBI agent Robert O’Connor in a recurring role on In Plain Sight.

Mary McCormack Academics | Education

McCormack is an Alumni of Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison, New Jersey where she graduated in 1987. She received her BA in comparative arts in 1991, specifically painting and creative writing, from Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut.

Mary McCormack Career

McCormack’s career began in the early 1990s, when she appeared in several New York theater productions. She made her television debut in 1995 with a recurring role on the legal drama Murder One. McCormack’s breakthrough role came in 1997, when she was cast as Justine Appleton, a young lawyer who is drawn into a high-profile murder trial.

McCormack continued to work steadily throughout the 1990s and early 2000s, appearing in films such as Private Parts, Deep Impact, True Crime, and Mystery, Alaska. She also starred in the critically acclaimed HBO series K Street, which aired for one season in 2003.

In 2004, McCormack joined The West Wing political drama cast as Deputy National Security Adviser Kate Harper and she was nominated for two Emmy Awards after her character recurring role over three continuous seasons.

In 2008, McCormack began starring in the USA Network series In Plain Sight as Deputy U.S. Marshal Mary Shannon. The show was a hit with audiences and critics alike, and McCormack received two Golden Globe nominations for her performance.

In recent years, McCormack has continued to work in both television and film. She has starred in the shows The Kids Are Alright and Heels, and she has appeared in films such as Unpregnant and The Equalizer.

Mary McCormack 2023 Updates

In 2022, McCormack starred in the Netflix series The Lincoln Lawyer as Maggie McPherson. She also appeared in the films The Lost City and To Leslie.

McCormack’s sister Bridget stepped down as Chief Justice of the Michigan Supreme Court in 2022.

Mary McCormack Movies

Here is a list of some of Mary McCormack’s most notable film roles:

  • Private Parts (1997)
  • Deep Impact (1998)
  • True Crime (1999)
  • Mystery, Alaska (1999)
  • K-PAX (2001)
  • Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star (2003)
  • 1408 (2007)
  • Unpregnant (2020)

Mary McCormack TV Shows

Here is a list of some of Mary McCormack’s most notable TV roles:

  • Murder One (1995–1997)
  • The West Wing (2004–2006)
  • In Plain Sight (2008–2012)
  • The Kids Are Alright (2018–2019)
  • Heels (2021–present)

Mary McCormack As a Producer

Mary McCormack has also produced several television shows, including:

  • Walk and Talk the Vote: West Wing Reunion (2012)
  • In Plain Sight (2010–2012)
  • 25 Words or Less (2018–2023)

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