Mary-Louise Parker

Mary-Louise will next star in Paramount Global’s highly anticipated limited series GRAY HOUSE. She recently can be seen in Bernardo Britto’s OMNI LOOP which premiered at this year’s SXSW festival. Other film and television include SENECA: ON THE CREATION OF EARTHQUAKES and THE SAME STORM, COLIN AND BLACK AND WHITE, WEEDS (Golden Globe award, Emmy and SAG nominations) ANGELS IN AMERICA (Emmy, Golden Globe and Satellite awards) THE WEST WING, (Emmy nomination) MR. MERCEDES, BILLIONS, WHEN WE RISE, THE FIVE SENSES (Gemini award) R.I.P.D., RED and RED 2, SOLITARY MAN, BEHAVING BADLY, RED SPARROW, RED DRAGON, FRIED GREEN TOMATOES, BOYS ON THE SIDE, GRAND CANYON, SUGARTIME, THE ASSASSINATION OF JESSE JAMES, A PLACE FOR ANNIE, THE ROBBER BRIDE (Emmy nomination) ROMANCE AND CIGARETTES, PIPE DREAM, GOLDEN EXITS, and others.

Theater-Broadway revival of HOW I LEARNED TO DRIVE, a role she originated off-Broadway (Tony nomination, Obie Award, Lucille Lortel Award and Outer Critics Circle awards). In 2021, Mary-Louise won the Tony Award for Adam Rapp’s THE SOUND INSIDE. PROOF (Tony Award, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle, Drama League, Lucille Lortel, Obie, awards) PRELUDE TO A KISS (Tony nomination, Theatre World Award, Clarence Derwent Award, Drama Desk nomination), HEISENBERG, THE SNOW GEESE, RECKLESS (Tony nomination) FOUR DOGS AND A BONE, THE ART OF SUCCESS, HEDDA GABLER, BUS STOP, COMMUNICATING DOORS,THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST, HAY FEVER, and others. She was a member of Circle Rep Theater Company.

 Also a writer, Mary-Louise was an on-staff contributor at Esquire magazine for over a decade, and has written for The New York Times, O magazine, Bullet, Bust, Glamour,  Hemispheres, The Riveter, In Style, and others. Her first book, Dear Mr. You, was translated into multiple languages, and included on the San Francisco Chronicle’s list of best books of the year. The audio book was nominated for best narration by the Audio Publishers Association. she was a contributor to the anthology Anonymous Sex, and her poetry was featured in Three Views.

 For her philanthropic work, she has been awarded The Woman of Vision award from the David Lynch Association, the Sandra Day O Connor award, the GLAAD Award, the HETRICK MARTIN AWARD, and others.

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