Mary returned as her character for the final episode of Dallas despite the fact that Kristin Shepard had been killed off years before. The episode was about what would have happened had J.R. Ewing not been born.
In a 2004 interview, Mary said she's still close friends with Larry Hagman and his wife.
Mary played a mermaid on an episode of The Love Boat. She wore the same fins Michelle Phillips had worn in an episode of Fantasy Island.
Mary appeared on three episodes of Beverly Hills 90210.
Unlike her famous father, Mary claims she does not have a good singing voice.
When Mary's character died on Dallas it was left open as to whether it was an accident or murder.
Mary currently resides in Malibu with her second husband and their two sons.
Mary appeared on several of her father's Christmas specials as a child.
Mary's first acting job was at the age of 4 in a stage production of Peter Pan with her mother.
Mary's mother taught her how to read and write at the age of 3.
At age 13, Mary lived in Mexico for a year as an exchange student.
Mary says her fondest memories of her father, Bing Crosby, are going fishing and hunting with him.
Mary learned how to swim at the age of two.
Sadly, two of Mary's half-brothers, Lindsay and Dennis Crosby, committed suicide.
Mary has two brothers, Harry and Nathaniel, and four half-brothers from her father's first marriage.
Mary studied acting at the American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco.
Mary appeared on an episode of Knot's Landing as her Dallas character, Kristin Shepard.
Mary has been married twice: first to Eb Lottiner which ended in divorce and now to Mark Brodka.
Mary speaks fluent Spanish.
Mary enrolled at the University of Texas at the age of 16 but dropped out after her father passed away.
Mary graduated from high school at the age of 15.