Mary Pat Gleason
On film, Gleason can be seen in I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry, Because I Said So, Intolerable Cruelty, Bruce Almighty, Traffic, The Crucible, A Walk In The Clouds, Lorenzo's Oil, Man Trouble, Basic Instinct, Soap Dish, and Defending Your Life. Her television series credits include Sex & The City, ER, Friends, Will & Grace, Malcolm in the Middle, NYPD Blue and L.A. Law. She played Jane Hogan on Guiding Light and won an Emmy Award for editing the show in 1986. She has also appeared in Hallmark Hall of Fame's A Season For Miracles and movies of the week such as The West Side Waltz, Children of the Dark, Right To Remain Silent, and The Jerry Sherwood Story.
Gleason has theatre credits that include her one-woman show Stopping Traffic, which she has performed in both New York and L.A., and the recent workshop of Nancy Shayne's musical The Becky Show at Ars Nova. Her other theatre credits include Space, Growing Gracefully, Only A Kingdom, A Streetcar Named Desire, Plaza Suite, Jitters, Tartuffe, The Seahorse, and Frankie and Annie.
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