Mary Gordon Murray
Her Broadway work includes Little Me, for which she received a Best Actress Tony nomination, Into the Woods, Footloose, Coastal Disturbances, The Robber Bridegroom, Grease, Play Me a Contry Song, and I Love My Wife. Off-Broadway, she was in the original casts of A...My Name is Alice at The Village Gate, The Knife at The Public Theatre, and was Effie in The Spitfire Grill at Playwrights Horizons.
Mary has worked extensively in television, most recently as a guest star on Bones, Numb3rs, and Cold Case. She was Laura Bush opposite Timothy Bottoms in the Showtime movie DC/9-11: Time of Crisis, and spent many years as Becky Lee on ABC's One Life to Live.
Her feature film work includes Born Yesterday starring Melanie Griffith, Poison Ivy with Drew Barrymoore, and Junior with the Governor of California.
Regionally, Mary has worked at The Arena Stage, The Old Globe, La Jolla Playhouse, and Cleveland Playhouse, among others, and was Gussie in two of Stephen Sondheim's re-worked productions of Merrily We Roll Along.
She has won the Drama-Logue Award, the Philadelphia Critics' Award, and was nominated for the San Francisco Bay Area Award.