Mary Mara’s television credits include recurring roles on the series “ER” and guest-starring roles on “Hope & Gloria”, “NYPD Blue” and “Law & Order”. She has also appeared in the television films “In the Blink of an Eye”, on the CBS Television Network, and “Indictment”. Mara’s feature film credits include “Mr. Saturday Night”, “True Colors”, “Blue Steel”, “Just Looking”, “Love Potion #9”, with Sandra Bullock, and “The Hard Way”, with Michael J. Fox. She has performed on stage in “Kindertransport”, “Dream of a Common Language” and “Mad Forest” for the Manhattan Theatre Club in New York, as well as in a New York Shakespeare Festival production of “Twelfth Night”, co-starring with Michelle Pfeiffer, Jeff Goldblum and Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio. She also appeared with William Hurt in a Yale Repertory production of “Ivanov”, directed by the head of the Moscow Arts Theater (who spoke no English). While attending San Francisco State University, Mara established the theater company HART (Haight Ashbury Repertory Theatre), where she honed her acting skills. She later transferred to the Yale School of Drama from which she was graduated with a master’s degree in fine arts. Mara, a native of Syracuse, N.Y., splits her time between homes in Los Angeles and San Francisco.