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Southern-bred Mary-Louise Parker was born on August 2, 1964 in Fort Jackson, South Carolina, the youngest of four children of Judge John Morgan Parker, and the former Caroline Louise Morell.
She is of mostly Swedish, English, and Scottish descent.
Beginning her acting career with a part on the daytime soap Ryan's Hope (1975), Mary decided to test the waters in New York, and after work on the off-Broadway stage in the late 1980s, made her Broadway debut with "Prelude to a Kiss" in 1990, where she won the Theatre World Award, the Clarence Derwent Award and a Tony nomination.
Films and TV quickly followed and she quickly gained attention.
Preferring quality over quantity, she perfected her craft with offbeat roles in independent features and did not abandon her theater roots.
She copped a slew of acting prizes for her stage work in "How I Learned to Drive" (1996) and, most notably, "Proof" in 2000, wherein she won nearly every award there is to attain, including the prestigious Tony.
Her father's occupation took the family both around the country and abroad while growing up.
Parker showed potential in her teens and majored in acting in her college years, graduating from the North Carolina School of the Arts.
Dubbed by some as the "long-suffering girl next door", she played such noble offbeat miserables and cast-asides in Grand Canyon (1991), Naked in New York (1993), Kulkos virš Brodvejaus (1994), Klientas (1994) Boys on the Side (1995), in which she was the AIDS victim this time, Damos portretas (1996), The Maker (1997), Let the Devil Wear Black (1999), Raudonasis drakonas (2002) and Pipe Dream (2002).The other day in the Brooklyn Heights duplex Mary-Louise Parker shares with her two children and Mrs.Roosevelt, a cocker spaniel in a red diaper, the actress was stroking one of the oyster shells she keeps in a bowl in her living room.“I don’t keep them all here because I worry something will happen to them,” she said.Several years after it ended, she went to Ethiopia to adopt a daughter.In her book she writes a letter to the uncle from the village who traveled a great distance to deliver his niece to an orphanage.
Three years later Parker began to date actor Jeffery Dean Morgan, who was her co-star on TV show Weeds.