Stephen King
Danny Aiello
(Movies & TV)
Kevin Costner
(Movies & TV)
Sean Penn
(Movies & TV)
Ann Cusack
(Movies & TV)
Felicity Huffman
(Movies & TV)

See also

Mare Winningham

Knowledge Identifier: +Mare_Winningham


Mare Winningham

American actress and singer-songwriter add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1959.

Countries: United States (54%), California (38%), (8%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Judaism, Stephen King, Danny Aiello

Linked to: California State University, Northridge, House Party, Monroe High School, The Beatles




This timeline needs to be reviewed and corrected, as it has been automatically generated from multiple web sources.
Please help improve it by adding dated informations, images and videos about Mare Winningham.

Mare Winningham was born in 1959 add something


In 1976, she got her break singing The Beatles song "Here, There and Everywhere" on "The Gong Show" add something


That year she was offered a role on "Young Pioneers" and "Young Pioneers Christmas", pilots for the short-lived 1978 drama "The Young Pioneers" add something


Though the series ended with just three episodes being broadcast, a number of television projects followed, including parts on "Police Woman" in 1978 and "Starsky and Hutch" in 1979 add something


In 1980, Winningham starred in "Off the Minnesota Strip" playing a young prostitute add something


In 1983, Winningham was nominated for a Canadian Genie award for her work in the futuristic 1981 drama "Threshold", and appeared in the 1983 epic miniseries "The Thorn Birds", in which she played Justine O'Neill add something


In 1988, Winningham starred in the Los Angeles stage production of "Hurlyburly" with Sean Penn and Danny Aiello add something


In the early 1990s, she returned to film for 1994's all-star "Wyatt Earp" and the family drama "The War", both starring Kevin Costner add something


Also in 2001, she appeared in the made for TV movie "Snap Decision" with Felicity Huffman add something


In November 2001, on a friend's recommendation, she took a class given by Rabbi Neal Weinberg at the University of Judaism in Los Angeles, California add something


She appeared in the independent film "Dandelion", which was a staple of film festivals worldwide between 2003 and 2004 and had a limited American release in October 2005 add something


On March 3, 2003, she converted to Judaism add something


John Carroll Lynch - In the fall of 2003, he starred in the CBS show "The Brotherhood of Poland, New Hampshire," with Randy Quaid, Chris Penn, Mare Winningham, Elizabeth McGovern, and Ann Cusack


In 2006, Winningham voiced the audio version of Stephen King's "Lisey's Story" add something


In 2006, she landed the role of Susan Grey on the ABC drama "Grey's Anatomy" where she played the stepmother of one of the main characters, Dr. Meredith Grey add something


In 2007, she voiced Alice Hoffman's "Skylight Confessions" add something


Her character was killed off in May 2007 add something


In 2010, Winningham starred in an episode of "Cold Case" as main character Lilly Rush's stepmother, Celeste Cooper add something


In 2012, she appeared off Broadway as Beth, the mother in an intellectual, though dysfunctional, British family, in the award-winning comic-drama "Tribes" by Nina Raine add something


She made her Broadway debut in the 2013 revival of "Picnic" add something


In 2014, she starred in the original Broadway production of "Casa Valentina", receiving a Tony award nomination for Best Featured Actress in a Play add something


Winningham released her fourth album "What's Left Behind" independently on digital outlets in March 2014 add something