's extensive training includes the Parnell School of Music and five years at The Performing Arts School in Dublin. As well as appearing in Ambassadors Films' The Ambassador for television, Mary has concentrated on her work in film. She took the lead in The Very Stuff directed by Lisa Mulcahy. In 1998 she starred in Paul Tickell's Crush Proof with Darren Healy and in the following year could be seen in Accelerators, directed by Vinny Murphy. Most recently Mary appeared in The Smiling Suicide Club directed by John Carney and John N. Smith's Random Passage.
Mary's earliest work in theatre was the musical Magic Moments. Since then she has undertaken two performances at The Crypt Theatre, Dublin in In the Picture and Poets Corner. At the Druid Theatre and Royal Court she took the role of Sorel in On Raferty's Hill. As a member of the cast in The Grapes of Wrath she was part of the successful team who took the play to the Galway Theatre, Cork Opera House and Gaeity Theatre.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2003.
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