Mary Stuart Masterson

Masterson in 2007 Mary Stuart Masterson (born June 28, 1966) is an American actress and director. After making her acting debut as a child in ''The Stepford Wives'' (1975), Masterson took a ten-year hiatus to focus on her education. Her early film roles include ''Heaven Help Us'' (1985), ''At Close Range'' (1986), ''Some Kind of Wonderful'' (1987), and ''Chances Are'' (1989). Her performance in the film ''Immediate Family'' (1989) won her the National Board of Review Award for Best Supporting Actress, and she earned additional praise for her roles in ''Fried Green Tomatoes'' (1991) and ''Benny & Joon'' (1993).

Masterson later shifted her focus to television projects, appearing in ''Kate Brasher'' (2001) which she also produced, ''Something the Lord Made'' (2004), ''Law & Order: Special Victims Unit'' (2004–2007), ''Mercy'' (2010), ''NCIS'' (2017), ''Blindspot'' (2017–2019), and ''For Life'' (2020). She also performed in the Broadway revival of ''Nine'' (2003) for which she was nominated for the Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Musical, and directed ''The Cake Eaters'' (2007). She returned to mainstream film with As You Are (2017), and has since appeared in ''Skin'' (2018), ''Daniel Isn't Real'' (2019), and ''Five Nights at Freddy's'' (2023). Provided by Wikipedia

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