Actress Mary Mara, known for her appearance in the series ‘Ray Donovan’ and ‘Lost’, drowned at the age of 61.
According to TMZ, the actress went to visit her sister in Cape Vincent, and jumped into the St. Lawrence to exercise, which led to the fatal accident.
Originally from Syracuse, New York, Mara made her acting debut in “Murder in Central Park” (1989). In the early 1990s, she appeared in several episodes of “Law & Order” and “NYPD Blue,” before starring in a 9-episode story arc of the popular medical series “ER.”
The actress starred in “Nash Bridges,” which ran for two seasons.
Interspersing between films and series, Mara participated in ‘K-Pax: The Path of Light’ and the remake ‘Death Invites You to Dance’, as well as series such as ‘Star Trek: Enterprise’, ‘Nip/Tuck ‘, ‘Dexter’ and ‘Lost’.
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The actress attended Yale, graduating from the college’s prestigious drama school. She also participated in the play Twelfth Night, alongside Jeff Goldblum and Michelle Pfeiffer.
In an official statement, New York City Police said, “When officers arrived at the scene, they discovered the body of a female in the St. Lawrence. The victim was identified as Mary T. Mara. “Preliminary inquest suggests she drowned while swimming. Her body shows no signs of crime and the autopsy will determine the official cause of death. The investigation will continue.”
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