Where is Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio from “Robin Hood” now? Her Wiki: Net Worth, Married, Family, Facts, Children

Who is Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio?

Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio was born on the 17th November 1958, in Lombard, Illinois USA, and is an Oscar and Golden Globe Award-nominated actress, probably best known from her roles in such films of the ‘80s as “Scarface” (1982), in which she played Gina Montana, “The Color of Money” (1986) as Carmen, “The Abyss” (1989), as Lindsey Brigman, and as Marian Dubois in “Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves” (1991), among many other differing roles she has secured in her career.

Where is Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio now?

The latest role credited to Mary Elizabeth is the part of Senator Helen Barret in the television film “Salamander” in 2017, however, most recently, it has been announced that Mary will guest star in the highly-acclaimed action crime-drama series “Blindspot”, starting in October 2018. Hopefully, this will be another action-packed performance by the Academy Award-nominated veteran actress.

Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio Wiki: Early Life, Family, and Education

Of Italian ancestry, Mary is a daughter of Mary Dominica and Frank A. Mastrantonio, a bronze foundry operator. She grew up in Oak Park, Illinois and went to Oak Park-River Forest High School. Upon matriculation, she enrolled at the University of Illinois where she studied voice, before launching her acting career.

Career Beginnings and Rise to Prominence

The moment she got her first role, Mary showcased her full potential, appearing on Broadway in the revival of “West Side Story”, and was then soon cast as Gina Montana in the Golden Globe Award-nominated crime-drama film “Scarface”, directed by Brian De Palma and starring Al Pacino, Michelle Pfeiffer and Steven Bauer. The role launched her to prominence and it became easier for the young actress to secure notable roles, and she enjoyed success throughout the ‘80s, becoming one of the most prominent artists of the time. Some of her most popular roles included Carmen in the sports drama film “The Color of Money”, co-starring Paul Newman and Tom Cruise, for which Mary received Oscar and Golden Globe Award nominations for her role. She continued with the part of Helen Drood in the film “Slam Dance” in 1987, then “The January Man” with Susan Sarandon and Kevin Kline, and the sci-fi adventure drama film “The Abyss” in 1989, with Michael Biehn and Ed Harris starring, directed and written by James Cameron.

Continual Success

Mary entered the ‘90s as an acclaimed actress, with several notable appearances credited to her name. In 1991 she reached glory once again with the part of Marian in the critically-acclaimed action-adventure film “Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves”, co-starring Kevin Costner as Robin Hood. Nothing changed for Mary, as she was securing role after role that benefited both her reputation and her wealth. She teamed up again with Kevin Kline, this time in the mystery crime-drama film “Consenting Adults” in 1992, then starred again with Al Pacino in the film “Two Bites” in 1995, while in 1999 she and David Strathairn starred in the adventure drama film “Limbo”.

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The 2000s and Recent Career

With the start of the 2000s, Mary became more focused on television roles, but not before she appeared in the Academy Award-nominated film “The Perfect Storm”, with George Clooney and Mark Wahlberg as the stars of the film. From 2005 to 2006 she portrayed Anne Cassidy in the TV series “Without a Trace”, while in 2010 she was Zoe Callas in the TV crime-drama series “Law & Order: Criminal Intent”, and has since made several more notable guest-starring appearances in TV series. In 2012 she started playing Kelly Burkhardt in the fantasy drama series “Grimm”, appearing in seven episodes, then in 2015 she was chosen for the role of Nasreen Pouran in the crime-drama series “Limitless”, and most recently played Marion James in the TV series “The Punisher”, in addition to the role of Senator Helen Barret in the television film “Salamander”, also in 2017.

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Stage Work

Aside from film and television, Mary has also worked on stage; after her debut on Broadway, she appeared countless time on Broadway and in other notable theaters. However, it was in 2003 that she had her best role, as Aldonza/Dulcinea in the play “Man of La Mancha”, for which she received a Tony Award nomination. She was also in “A View from the Bridge” as Beatrice, performed at the Duke of York’s Theatre in London, among many other successful plays, including in the Shakespearean Festival in New York.

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Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio Net Worth

Although Mary has been credited with just over 30 film and TV titles, she has proven her acting skills in various genres, from adventure to comedy. Some of the projects in which she appeared became successful almost instantly, such as “Scarface”, “The Color of Money”, and “Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves”, among many others. So, have you ever wondered how rich Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio is, as of mid- 2018? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Mastrantonio’s net worth is as high as $2 million. Quite decent don’t you think?

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Do You Know About Mary Elizabeth’s Personal Life, Marriage, Husband, Children?

When it comes to her personal life, Mary is rather open about it, as she tends to keep her fans well-informed about her daily life. She has been married to famous director Pat O’Connor since 1990, and the couple has welcomed two sons, Jack, born in 1992 and Declan who was born in 1997.

Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio Husband, Pat O’Connor

Now that we have covered all the major details about Mary, let’s share some information about her husband, Pat O’Connor. Pat O’Connor was born in 1943 in Ardmore, County Waterford, Ireland, and is a film director, best known to the world for such films as “Fools of Fortune” (1990), and “Sweet November” (2001). He has worked closely with Cyril Cusack and Brenda Fricker on several occasions, including in the film “Ballroom of Romance”, for which he won the BAFTA award for Best Television Single Drama, plus Jacob’s Award for the same work.

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