Mary-Louise Parker Net Worth

How much is Mary-Louise Parker worth?

Net Worth: $16 Million
Date of Birth: Aug 2, 1964 (56 years old)
Gender: Female
Height: 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
Profession: Actor
Nationality: United States of America
Mary-Louise Parker Net Worth:
$16 Million

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Mary-Louise Parker net worth: Mary-Louise Parker is an American actress who has a net worth of $16 million. Mary-Louise Parker is best known for her role as a suburban dope dealer, Nancy Botwin, in the cable TV series Weed. Her performance on the series earned her several nominations, as well as a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in 2006. Parker started to receive rave reviews early in her career, while she still performed on Broadway, earning appraisals for both Prelude to a Kiss (1990-91) and a Tony Award for Proof (2000-03). She made her big screen breakthrough in 1991’s Fried Green Tomatoes, which was followed by another remarkable performance of hers, this time in 1995’s Boys on the Side. As for TV, she made a mark with her portrayal of Harper Pitt in Angels in America (2003), as well as her recurring role as Amy Gardner on The West Wing (2001-06). Meanwhile, she went through an enormous tabloid exposure for all the wrong reasons, as jilted girlfriend, after actor Billy Crudup broke up with seven-month-pregnant Parker in 2003. But contrary to the happenings in her personal life, Parker’s career since skyrocketed. In 2005, she joined the cast of Weeds as a leading lady of the show, while still making stage and movie appearances in major projects like The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford (2007, opposite Brad Pitt) and The Spiderwick Chronicles (2008).

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Inspirational Quotes by Mary-Louise Parker

I don’t really ever think about whether or not I like the characters I’m playing. I’m more into the minutiae of their behaviour or what they’re doing in a certain scene.

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Look, I don’t care if anyone likes me when it comes to my work. But I can be massively insecure in other parts of my life.

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In college, my teachers were usually after me for going after comedy too much, leaning too much in that direction.

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Mediocrity is underrated.

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The theater is who I am – it’s where I feel the most inspired, the most at home, the most useful.

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