Mary Stuart Masterson Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Mary Stuart Masterson Net Worth $1 Million
Mary Stuart Masterson net worth: Mary Stuart Masterson is an American celebrity who has a net worth of $1 million dollars. Mary Stuart Masterson was born in The Big Apple, Ny, and started playing when she was in elementary school. She decided to concentrate on school, before returning to your focus on performance as a teen. Ever since then, she’s appeared in an extensive array of movie, television, and theatre productions. She’s also worked as a director and writer. On television, she’s appeared in such jobs as “City in Fear”, “Love Lives On”, “On the 2nd Day of Christmas”, “Blue’s Clues”, “Cupid”, “Mercy”, and “Touch”.
June 28, 1966
New York City, New York, U.S.
5' 4" (1.63 m)
The Dalton School, New York University
Jeremy Davidson (m. 2006), Damon Santostefano (m. 2000–2004), George Carl Francisco (m. 1990–1992)
Wilder Davidson, Phineas Davidson, Clio Davidson
Peter Masterson, Carlin Glynn
Alexandra Masterson, Peter Masterson Jr.
MTV Movie Award for Best On-Screen Duo, Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Musical, Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical, Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film, Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical
Some Kind of Wonderful, Fried Green Tomatoes, Benny & Joon, At Close Range, The Cake Eaters, Bad Girls, Chances Are, Heaven Help Us, The Stepford Wives, Immediate Family, Bed of Roses, Heaven's Prisoners, Radioland Murders, Funny About Love, Something the Lord Made, Digging to China, Gardens of Stone, Married to It, Mr. North, The Book of Stars, The Sisters, Mad at the Moon, The Insurgents, West of Here, On the 2nd Day of Christmas, The Postman, My Little Girl, The Florentine, Black and Blue, Dogtown, Tickling Leo, As You Are, Three Blind Mice, Whiskey School, Last Man Running, On the Edge
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Kate Brasher, Waterfront
I learn a lot from acting, but it's not my natural way. I can't help but write; I do it all the time. It's a condition of being for me. I think I am a writer, but professionally I feel drawn to and suited for directing. As far as producing, I like to facilitate other people's good work. With acting I like to be in ensemble pieces.
I love film sets, but I don't necessarily love being the center of attention. As a director, I get to have a much broader creative expression than as an actress. I'm not just blond and 5 ft. 4 in. - on why she stepped behind the camera
"This is a move directly from my shower onto the stage, from singing in my shower to Broadway." - on her Musical debut (2003)
I just always loved to sing, but I was always too chicken. I got a wonderful singing teacher in Los Angeles, and I would sneak into his studio and work on technique and sing songs and skulk out, and that was as far as I got. That was years ago, so I finally said to my agent, 'I think I need to try the singing thing.' And they're like, 'What? You can sing? You've been working how many years and you never told anybody this?' So I auditioned and somehow ended up here. I don't know how it happened.