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Mary Steenburgen





2/8/1953 , Newport, Arkansas, USA

Birth Name

Mary N. Steenburgen




Mary Steenburgen, an established film, television and stage actress, earned an Academy Award for her role in "Melvin and Howard." Her additional film credits include "Philadelphia," "Parenthood," "What's Eating Gilbert Grape," "The Grass Harp," "Wish You Were Dead," "Nobody's Baby," "Back to the Future III," "Time After Time," "A Midsummer Night's Sex Comedy," "Cross Creek," "One Magic Christmas," "Dead of Winter," "End of the Line," "Hope Springs," "Sunshine State" and "Life as a House." She recently completed production on the upcoming films "Elf" and "Casa de Los Babys."

In 2002, Steenburgen starred with her husband, Ted Danson, in the mini-series "Talking to Heaven," on CBS. They had previously worked together in 1996 in the mini-series "Gulliver's Travels" and in the 1994 feature film "Pontiac Moon," as well as in the CBS series "Ink." They will also star together in the upcoming CBS television movie "Surviving Love." Steenburgen's additional television credits include the mini-series "Noah's Ark" and the CBS movie "About Sarah."

Her theater credits include the Broadway productions of "Candida" and "Holiday," the Off Broadway production of "The Beginning of August" and, most recently, "Marvin's Room" at the Tiffany Theater in Los Angeles.

Born in Newport, Arkansas, Steenburgen was raised in Little Rock and lives in Los Angeles. Her birth date is February 8.