Mary Stuart Masterson
A member of the New York Actors Studio, Masterson has appeared in many off-Broadway plays including Roger Hadden's Been Taken at the Ensemble Studio Theatre, Horton Foote's Lily Dale at the Samuel Beckett Theatre and Beth Henley's The Lucky Spot at the Manhattan Theatre Club. She most recently starred opposite Linda Hunt, Frances McDormand and Laura San Giacomo in Lanford Wilson's translation of Chekov's Three Sisters.
Her television appearances include Amazing Stories and the telefilm Love Lives On, opposite Sam Waterston and Christine Lahti.
Raised in New York City, Masterson is the daughter of writer/director Peter Masterson and actress Carlin Glynn. Masterson also starred opposite Johnny Depp and Aiden Quinn in Benny and Joon, for MGM and Martin Donovan's Mad at the Moon.
Mary Stuart Masterson Facts
|Birthday||June 28, 1966 (53)|
|Birthplace||New York, New York, USA|
|Diggin to China|
|Fried Green Tomatoes|
|Some Kind of Wonderful|
|Something the Lord Made|
|Fried Green Tomatoes / Coal Miner's Daughter Double Feature|
|Benny and Joon|
|Coal Miner's Daughter / Smokey and the Bandit / The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas / Fried Green Tomatoes Four Feature Films|
|Benny & Joon|