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Mary-Louise Parker

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Mary-Louise Parker
Parker at 2010 Comic Con in San Diego
Born (1964-08-02) August 2, 1964 (age 59)
EducationUniversity of North Carolina School of the Arts (BFA)
Years active1988–present
PartnerBilly Crudup (1996–2003)

Mary-Louise Parker (born August 2, 1964)[1] is an American actress. After making her Broadway debut as Rita in Craig Lucas' Prelude to a Kiss in 1990 (for which she received a Tony Award nomination), Parker came to prominence for film roles in Grand Canyon (1991), Fried Green Tomatoes (1991), The Client (1994), Bullets over Broadway (1994), A Place for Annie (1994), Boys on the Side (1995), The Portrait of a Lady (1996), and The Maker (1997). Among stage and independent film appearances thereafter, Parker received the 2001 Tony Award for Best Actress in a Play for her portrayal of Catherine Llewellyn in David Auburn's Proof, among other accolades. Between 2001 and 2006, she recurred as Amy Gardner in the NBC television series The West Wing, for which she was nominated for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series in 2002. She received both a Golden Globe and a Primetime Emmy Award for her portrayal of Harper Pitt in the acclaimed HBO television miniseries Angels in America in 2003.

Parker went on to enjoy large success as Nancy Botwin, the lead character in the television series Weeds, which ran from 2005 to 2012 and for which she received three nominations for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series between 2007 and 2009 and received the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy in 2006.

Her later film appearances include roles in The Spiderwick Chronicles (2008), Red (2010), R.I.P.D. (2013), and Red 2 (2013). Parker returned to Broadway in 2019 to star in The Sound Inside, for which she won her second Tony Award for Best Actress in a Play. In 2022, she reprised the role of Li'l Bit, which she had originated off-Broadway in 1997, in How I Learned to Drive on Broadway, a performance which earned Parker her fifth Tony nomination. Since 2007, Parker has contributed articles to Esquire magazine and published her memoir, Dear Mr. You, in 2015. In 2017, she starred as Roma Guy on the ABC television miniseries When We Rise.

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Early life

Parker was born in Columbia, South Carolina, the youngest of four children,[2] to Caroline Louise (née Morell) and John Morgan Parker, a judge who served in the U.S. Army.[3][4][5] Because of her father's career, Parker spent parts of her childhood in South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas, as well as in Thailand, Germany, and France.[6] She described her childhood as "profoundly unhappy", noting that, "My parents did everything they could; I had books, clothes, a home and a warm bed, but I was never happy."[2] She graduated from Marcos de Niza High School in Tempe, Arizona. Parker majored in drama at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts and graduated in 1986.[2]

Acting career


Parker got her start in acting with a role on the soap opera Ryan's Hope. In the late 1980s, Parker moved to New York. After a few minor roles, she made her Broadway debut in a production of Craig Lucas' Prelude to a Kiss, playing the lead role of Rita, in 1990. She moved with the production when it transferred from its origin off-Broadway. Parker won the Clarence Derwent Award for her performance and was nominated for a Tony Award (although she did not play the role when the film was made). In 1989 she was in the film Longtime Companion, a film starring Campbell Scott, Bruce Davison and Dermot Mulroney about the emergence and devastation of the AIDS epidemic.


Parker starred with Kevin Kline in Grand Canyon (1991); with Kathy Bates, Mary Stuart Masterson, and Jessica Tandy in Fried Green Tomatoes (1991); with Susan Sarandon and Tommy Lee Jones in The Client (1994); with John Cusack in Bullets over Broadway (1994); and with Drew Barrymore and Whoopi Goldberg in Boys on the Side (1995), as a woman with AIDS. Parker's next role was in a movie adaptation of another Craig Lucas play, Reckless (1995), alongside Mia Farrow, followed by Jane Campion's The Portrait of a Lady (1996), which also starred Nicole Kidman, Viggo Mortensen, Christian Bale, John Malkovich and Barbara Hershey. In addition, she appeared alongside Matthew Modine in Tim Hunter's The Maker (1997).

Parker in 1999

Parker's theater career continued when she appeared off-Broadway in Paula Vogel's 1997 critical smash How I Learned to Drive, with David Morse.[7] She received the 1997 Lucille Lortel Award, Outstanding Actress, and 1997 Obie Award, Performance for her performance.[8]

In the late 1990s, she appeared in several independent films, including Let the Devil Wear Black and The Five Senses. She starred alongside Sidney Poitier in the 1999 movie The Simple Life of Noah Dearborn.


From 2000 to 2001, Parker starred in the play Proof in off-Broadway and Broadway productions, winning the Tony Award for Best Actress in a Play for the latter.

On December 7, 2003, HBO aired a six-and-a-half-hour adaptation of Tony Kushner's acclaimed Broadway play Angels in America, directed by Mike Nichols. Parker played Harper Pitt, the Mormon, Valium-addicted wife of a closeted lawyer. For her performance, Parker received the Golden Globe Award and Primetime Emmy Award,[9] both for Best Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or Television Film.


In 2004, Parker appeared in the comedy Saved! and a television film called Miracle Run, based on the true story of a mother of two sons with autism, as well as appearing in the lead role in Craig Lucas' Reckless on Broadway. The production, directed by Mark Brokaw, earned Parker another nomination for a Tony Award for Best Actress in 2005.[10]

In November 2005, Parker was the subject of a career exhibition at Boston University, where memorabilia from her career were donated to the university's library. In 2006, Parker received the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy, given by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, for her lead role in Weeds. In that category, she defeated the four leads of Desperate Housewives. She dedicated the award to the late John Spencer, known for his work as Leo McGarry on The West Wing. After receiving the award, Parker stated: "I'm really in favor of legalizing marijuana. I don't think it's that controversial."[11]

Since 2007

In March 2007, Parker played the lead role in the television film The Robber Bride. She then portrayed Zerelda Mimms in the Andrew Dominik film The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford, which opened in cinemas in September 2007. Parker appeared alongside Brad Pitt, Casey Affleck, Sam Rockwell, and Garret Dillahunt. In August 2007, Parker continued her role in the third season of Weeds.

Parker appeared in 2008's The Spiderwick Chronicles and in off-Broadway's Playwrights Horizons production in the New York premiere of Dead Man's Cell Phone, a new play by Sarah Ruhl, alongside Drama Desk Award winner Kathleen Chalfant.[12]

She filmed the Donna Vermeer film Les Passages alongside Julie Delpy. Following this, she returned to work on the fifth season of Weeds. Parker took the lead role in the Roundabout Theatre Broadway revival of the play Hedda Gabler, running from January through March 29, 2009.[13] The play garnered a series of negative reviews.[14]

Parker starred opposite Bruce Willis in the film Red, an adaptation of the comic book miniseries of the same name. The film was released on October 15, 2010.[15] In 2011, Parker became the host for the tenth season of the PBS documentary series Independent Lens.[16] In 2013 she played roles in both Red 2 and R.I.P.D. She appeared in the Broadway Manhattan Theatre Club production of the play The Snow Geese by Sharr White at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre from October 24 through December 15, 2013. The play was directed by Daniel J. Sullivan and also starred Danny Burstein and Victoria Clark.[17]

Parker starred in the play by Simon Stephens, Heisenberg, produced off-Broadway by the Manhattan Theatre Club. The play, directed by Mark Brokaw, opened on June 2, 2015.[18] The play extended its run, closing on July 11, 2015.[19] The play transferred to Broadway at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre, with previews starting on September 20, 2016, officially opening on October 13, with Parker and Denis Arndt reprising their roles.[20][21]

She starred on Broadway in the Adam Rapp play The Sound Inside at Studio 54 starting on September 14, 2019, in previews, officially on October 17. She performed in the world premiere of the play in June to July 2018 at the Williamstown Theatre Festival.[22][23][24] In September 2021, she won the Tony Award for Best Actress in a Play for the Broadway run.[25]

She appeared in the Broadway revival by the Manhattan Theatre Club of How I Learned to Drive, which was supposed to open at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre on March 27, 2020, in previews. David Morse co-starred, with direction by Mark Brokaw. This production united Parker, Morse and Brokaw from the original 1997 production. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, this production was postponed to Manhattan Theater Club's 2021–22 season.[26] In 2023, Parker appeared in the music video for country music duo The Reklaws' song "Honky Tonkin' About" with Drake Milligan.[27]

Writing career

Since 2007, Parker has contributed articles to Esquire magazine.[28] In November 2015, Scribner Books, an imprint of Simon & Schuster, published her memoir in letters titled Dear Mr. You.[29]

Personal life

From 1996 to November 2003, Parker dated actor Billy Crudup. Their relationship ended in 2003 when Parker was seven months pregnant with their son, William Atticus Parker,[30] when Crudup left Parker for actress Claire Danes. William's godmother is actress Susan Sarandon.[2]

In December 2006, Parker began dating actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan, whom she had met on the set of Weeds.[31] On February 12, 2008, Parker and Morgan announced their engagement,[32] only to break up in April, 2008.[33]

In September 2007, Parker adopted a baby girl, Caroline Aberash Parker, from Ethiopia.[34][35]

In 2013, Parker was honored for her work with Hope North, an organization that works in the educating and healing of young victims in Uganda's civil war. The actress began her involvement with the organization after meeting a former victim of Uganda's civil war.[36]

Parker lives with her two children in Brooklyn Heights.[37]

Parker practices transcendental meditation. She says: "I'd always heard about transcendental meditation, and I thought, maybe that's the way back in for me. I learned TM and it changed everything."[38] She also participates in a charity dinner for veteran victims of post-traumatic stress disorder organized by the David Lynch Foundation with Tom Hanks.[39]



Year Title Role
1989 Signs of Life Charlotte
1989 Longtime Companion Lisa
1991 Fried Green Tomatoes Ruth Jamison
1991 Grand Canyon Dee
1993 Mr. Wonderful Rita
1993 Naked in New York Joanne White
1994 Bullets Over Broadway Ellen
1994 The Client Dianne Sway
1995 Reckless Pooty
1995 Boys on the Side Robin Nickerson
1996 The Portrait of a Lady Henrietta Stackpole
1997 Murder in Mind Caroline Walker
1997 The Maker Officer Emily Peck
1998 Goodbye Lover Peggy Blane
1999 Let the Devil Wear Black Julia Hirsch
1999 The Five Senses Rona
2002 Red Dragon Molly Graham
2002 The Quality of Mercy Sarah Richardson
2002 Pipe Dream Toni Edelman
2004 Saved! Lillian Cummings
2004 The Best Thief in the World Sue Zaidman
2006 Romance & Cigarettes Constance Murder
2007 The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford Zee James
2008 The Spiderwick Chronicles Helen Grace
2009 Solitary Man Jordan Karsch
2010 Howl Gail Potter
2010 Red Sarah Ross
2013 R.I.P.D. Mildred Proctor
2013 Red 2 Sarah Ross
2013 Christmas in Conway Suzy Mayor
2014 Behaving Badly Lucy Stevens
2014 Jamesy Boy Tracy Burns
2016 Chronically Metropolitan Annabel
2017 Golden Exits Gwendolyn
2018 Red Sparrow Stephanie Boucher
2021 The Same Storm Roxy
2023 Seneca – On the Creation of Earthquakes Agrippina


Year Title Role Notes
1988 Too Young the Hero Pearl Spencer Television film
1994 A Place for Annie Linda Marsten Television film
1995 Sugartime Phyllis McGuire Television film
1998 Saint Maybe Lucy Dean Bedloe Television film
1998 Legalese Rica Martin Television film
1999 The Simple Life of Noah Dearborn Dr. Valerie Crane Television film
2000 Cupid & Cate Cate DeAngelo Television film
2001–2006 The West Wing Amy Gardner 23 episodes
2002 Master Spy: The Robert Hanssen Story Bonnie Hanssen Television film
2003 Angels in America Harper Pitt 6 episodes
2004 Miracle Run Corrine Morgan-Thomas Television film
2005 Vinegar Hill Ellen Grier Television film
2005–2012 Weeds Nancy Botwin Lead role
2007 The Robber Bride Zenia Arden Television film
2014 The Blacklist Naomi Hyland 4 episodes
2017 When We Rise Roma Guy 7 episodes
2017 Billions George Minchak 2 episodes
2017 Mr. Mercedes Janey Patterson 6 episodes
2021 Colin in Black & White Teresa Kaepernick 6 episodes

Music videos

Year Title Artist
2023 "Honky Tonkin' About" The Reklaws
(featuring Drake Milligan)

Theatre credits

Year(s) Production Role Location Venue
1989–1990 The Art of Success Jane Hogarth New York City Center Stage I Off-Broadway
1990 Prelude to a Kiss Rita Boyle Circle Repertory Theatre Off-Broadway
1990–1991 Prelude to a Kiss Rita Boyle Helen Hayes Theatre Broadway
1991 Babylon Gardens Rita Boyle Circle Repertory Theatre Off-Broadway
1993 Four Dogs and a Bone Brenda New York City Center Stage II Off-Broadway
1996 Bus Stop Cherie Circle in the Square Theatre Broadway
1997 How I Learned to Drive Li'l Bit Vineyard Theatre Off-Broadway
1998 Communicating Doors Poopay Variety Arts Theatre Off-Broadway
2000 Proof Catherine Llewellyn New York City Center Stage II Off-Broadway
2000–2001 Proof Catherine Llewellyn Walter Kerr Theatre Broadway
2004 Reckless Rachel Fitzsimons Samuel J. Friedman Theatre Broadway
2008 Dead Man's Cell Phone Jean Playwrights Horizons Off-Broadway
2009 Hedda Gabler Hedda Tesman American Airlines Theatre Broadway
2013 The Snow Geese Elizabeth Gaesling Samuel J. Friedman Theatre Broadway
2015 Heisenberg Georgie Burns New York City Center Stage II Off-Broadway
2016 Heisenberg Georgie Burns Samuel J. Friedman Theatre Broadway
2018 The Sound Inside Bella Baird Williamstown Theatre Festival Regional
2019–2020 The Sound Inside Bella Baird Studio 54 Theatre Broadway
2022 How I Learned to Drive Li'l Bit Samuel J. Friedman Theatre Broadway

Awards and nominations

Year Association Category Nominated work Result
1990 Drama Desk Awards Outstanding Actress in a Play Prelude to a Kiss Nominated
Tony Awards Best Actress in a Play Nominated
Theatre World Awards Won
1997 Lucille Lortel Awards Outstanding Lead Actress in a Play How I Learned to Drive Won
Obie Awards Distinguished Performance by an Actress Won
2000 Genie Awards Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role The Five Senses Nominated
2001 Drama Desk Awards Outstanding Actress in a Play Proof Won
Drama League Awards Distinguished Performance Won
Lucille Lortel Awards Outstanding Lead Actress in a Play Won
Obie Awards Distinguished Performance by an Actress Won
Outer Critics Circle Awards Outstanding Actress in a Play Won
Tony Awards Best Actress in a Play Won
2002 Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series The West Wing Nominated
2004 Golden Globe Awards Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film Angels in America Won
Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or Movie Won
Satellite Awards Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film Nominated
Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Miniseries or Television Movie Nominated
2005 Satellite Awards Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy Weeds Won
Tony Awards Best Actress in a Play Reckless Nominated
2006 Golden Globe Awards Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy Weeds Won
Satellite Awards Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy Nominated
Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series Nominated
2007 Golden Globe Awards Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy Nominated
Monte-Carlo Television Festival Outstanding Actress – Comedy Series Nominated
Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series Nominated
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or Movie The Robber Bride Nominated
Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series Weeds Nominated
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series Nominated
2008 Golden Globe Awards Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy Nominated
Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series Nominated
Satellite Awards Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy Nominated
Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series Nominated
2009 Golden Globe Awards Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy Nominated
People's Choice Awards Choice TV Drama Diva Nominated
Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series Nominated
Satellite Awards Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy Nominated
Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series Nominated
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series Nominated
2010 Satellite Awards Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy Red Nominated
Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy Weeds Nominated
2020 Tony Awards Best Actress in a Play The Sound Inside Won
Outer Critics Circle Award Outstanding Actress in a Play Honoree
2022 Tony Awards Best Actress in a Play How I Learned to Drive Nominated


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