In 2000 Mary was nominated for a SAG award for Being John Malkovich for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Theatrical Motion Picture.
For her character in Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman Mary wrote 75 songs.
Mary is 5ft 1in tall.
Mary's father name is Bradley E Place.
Mary won an Emmy for Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for the show Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman.
Mary won a Billboard Country Music Award for Best Female Artist of the Year in 1976.
During the run of Maude, Mary worked for producer Norman Lear as his secretary.
After college, Mary moved to L.A. from Oklahoma.
For John Stewart's 1979 album Bombs Away Dream Baby Mary sang background vocals on it.
Mary's nephew Jess Place was the production assistant for the movie
Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl.
Mary was a varsity cheerleader in high school.
Mary and Linda Bloodworth-Thomason wrote three episodes of the TV show M*A*S*H*.
Mary was in the movie Private Benjamin and she played Pvt. Mary Lou Glass. She was in the movie Girl Interrupted as Barbara Gilcrest.
Mary was in the movie Sweet Home Alabama and she played Pearl Smooter. She was in the movie The Rainmaker as Dot Black.
Mary: (On being an actress) That to make it in the film world means being dedicated to hard work, capable of receiving lots of rejection and being dogged in your efforts.
Mary: (On the movie The Last Picture Show) Here was a movie that took place in a world I knew intimately, not a distant, fantasy location, and it rocked my world.
Mary: (On her part in Big Love) I said, how did I get into this? You know, they offered me this part in the pilot, and I read it and thought: absolutely, yes. It's one of the best scripts I've read in a long time. I thought it was a complete original.