Mary Louise Parker is an accomplished actor, stage performer, and author. Mary Louise Parker rose to prominence as a result of her roles in Fried Green Tomatoes (1991), Boys on the Side (1995), The Portrait of a Landy (1996), and The Maker (1977), among others.
|Full Name:||Mary Louise Parker|
|Born Date:||02 Aug 1964|
|Best Match for Marriage:||Sagittarius, Gemini, Aries|
|Profession:||American actress, Theater artist|
|Height:||5 feet 8 inches (1.73m)|
|Net Worth||$16 million (estimated)|
|Hair Color||Dark Brown|
|Birth Place||Fort Jackson, South Carolina, U.S.|
|Ethnicity||Mixed (Swedish, English, Scottish, Irish, German, Dutch)|
|Education||University of North Carolina School of the Arts|
|Father||John Morgan Parker|
Mary Louise Parker Biography
The actress was born on August 2, 1964, in Fort Jackson, South Carolina, United States. She is 58 years old. Mary Louise Parker is a citizen of the United States of America. She is of Swedish, English, Scottish, Scots-Irish/Northern Irish, German, and Dutch descent.
Caroline Louise Parker is the youngest child of John Morgan and Caroline Louise Parker (mother). Her father served in the United States Army as a prosecutor. Due to her father’s career, she spent her youth in Tennessee, Texas, Thailand, Germany, and France.
She has three further siblings, whose names are unknown. He attended Arizona’s Marcos de Niza High School for studies. She continued her education at North Carolina School of Arts, earning a bachelor’s degree in arts in 1986.
Mary Louise Parker Height and Weight
The actress stands at 5 feet 8 inches tall and maintains a trim physique. Her weight is most likely in the neighborhood of 58 kg. Mary Louise Parker possesses an endearing grin and a shining brow. Additionally, she has beautiful dark brown hair and hazel eyes.
Mary made her television debut in the 1980s on the soap serial Ryan’s Hope. She subsequently traveled to New York, where she began her career as a theater actor with a few minor roles before establishing herself as a professional.
She made her Broadway debut in 1990 as Rita in a revival of Craig Lucas’s Prelude. In 1997, she made her off-Broadway debut at Vineyard Theatre in Paula Vogel’s “How I Learned to Drive.” Similarly, she was recently seen as Bella Baird in Studio 54 Theatre’s production of The Sound Inside.
Similarly, in 1989, she made her cinematic debut with ‘Signs of Life,’ in which he starred as Charlotte, an abusive girlfriend. In 2001, she starred as Amy Gardener in The West Wing, a political thriller television series.
Additionally, the company is developing a follow-up to the series named Weed 4.20, which will premiere on Starz and will star Parker. It was announced in November 2019, but no release date has been revealed.
Mary Louise Parker Net Worth
Parker is predicted to have a net worth of approximately $16 million as of October 2023, owing to his successful acting career. She purchased a duplex at 9 College Place for $4,648,312 in 2013, which she later sold for $6.2 million in June 2018. Additionally, in August 2012, she purchased a five-bedroom, four-bathroom co-op in Brooklyn Heights for $4.3 million. Prior to this, she leased a ten-room duplex in Manhattan’s West Village for $7.45 million.
Mary Louise Parker Boyfriend, Dating
Mary Louise Parker is now unmarried. She previously dated actress Billy Crudup. The pair dated for approximately seven years, from 1996 to November 2003. Additionally, the couple has a son, William Atticus Parker, born on January 7, 2004. Parker was seven months pregnant with their son, William, when Billy called off their engagement.
Billy had ended his relationship with Parker to pursue actress Claire Danes. Parker then began dating another actor, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, in December 2006. The two crossed paths on the set of Weeds. After nearly two years of dating, the couple announced their engagement on February 12, 2008. They did, however, call off their nuptials in April 2008.
Caroline Aberash Parker is her adopted daughter, whom she adopted in September 2007 from Ethiopia.
Additionally, she has been linked to Charlie Mars (2009–2013), Adam Duritz (1997), Pat Mannochis (1992–1955), and Timothy Hutton (1992–1995). (1990-1992).