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Happy Birthday: Mary McCormack

Mary McCormack

Born: February 8, 1969 in Plainfield, New Jersey, USA

Married to: Michael Morris (July 2003 – present) (3 children)

There’s nothing more fun than acting on stage with a live audience and that immediate feedback. 131 more words

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Chelsea Handler, Charlize Theron, & Mary McCormack Live In La-La Land

Chelsea Handler, Charlize Theron, and Mary McCormack were interviewed by Vulture.com and issued a “plea for the future” where they discussed how they are going to proceed with a Trump administration. 71 more words

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Star-packed crime thriller, THE CRASH, hits theaters January 13

Set in the future when the US economy is on the brink of yet another massive financial crisis, The Crash tells the story of Guy Clifton, a federally-indicted stock trader, who is secretly enlisted by the federal government to help thwart a cyber-attack aimed at the US stock markets – an attack that could permanently cripple the economy. 191 more words

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Channel 4 and AMC Team Up For Dramedy 'LOADED'

Channel 4 and AMC have partnered up together to produce LOADED, an eight-part series that follows four tech entrepreneurs and childhood friends who become multi-millionaires overnight. 993 more words

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Mary McCormack Among Loaded Cast of AMC/Channel 4 Tech Biz Drama

In Plain Sight alum Mary McCormack is among the cast of Loaded, AMC’s newly announced comedic drama being co-produced by Channel 4. 225 more words

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AMC Picks Up Series 'Loaded', Partnering With Channel 4; Mary McCormack To Star

AMC has partnered with Channel 4 on the upcoming eight-episode comedic drama series Loaded. AMC will be the U.S. network for the series, which it will co-produce with Channel 4, Hillbilly Television and Keshet UK. 680 more words

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1408

Film Title

1408

Director

Mikael Håfström

Starring

  • John Cusack as Mike Enslin
  • Samuel L. Jackson as Gerald Olin
  • Mary McCormack as Lily Enslin

Based on a Stephen King short story, 1408 creates an eerie and genuinely unnerving ambience that finds horror in the psychological mould thanks to a welcome lack of gore. 978 more words

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