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Frances Sternhagen
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Neil Simon
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Christine Ebersole
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Delta Burke
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Rebecca Gayheart
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The Goodbye Girl
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Lily Rabe
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Marsha Mason

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Marsha Mason

American actress and television director add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1942.

Countries: United States (75%), United Kingdom (14%), Canada (4%)

Main connections: Frances Sternhagen, Neil Simon, Christine Ebersole

Linked to: Webster University, Democratic Party, American Broadcasting Company

 

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Marsha Mason was born in 1942 add something


1973

Neil Simon cast her in his Broadway play "The Good Doctor" in 1973 add something


1974

Peter Link - It starred Christopher Plummer, Marsha Mason, Barnard_Hughes, Francis Sternhagen and René Auberjonois and won for Link yet another Tony *award nomination for Best Original Score in 1974


 

In 1977, Mason's performance in Simon's smash hit film, "The Goodbye Girl", won her a second Best Actress Academy award nomination add something

 

Quinn Cummings - She soon began landing roles in numerous television commercials, eventually winning the role of Marsha Mason's daughter, Lucy McFadden, in the 1977 film "The Goodbye Girl"


1978

Kathleen Beller - Following a supporting role in the 1978 musical comedy "Movie Movie", she was cast as a cancer victim opposite Marsha Mason in the drama film "Promises in the Dark" , that brought her a Golden Globe nomination


1979

In 1979, Simon successfully cast Mason as Jennie MacLaine in the screen adaptation of his hit play "Chapter Two", which was based on Mason's relationship with Simon up to their marriage add something


1981

In 1981, Mason starred, along with Kristy McNichol, James Coco, and Joan Hackett, in "Only When I Laugh", Simon's film adaptation of his Broadway comedy-drama "The Gingerbread Lady" and another big box-office success add something


1983

However, Mason's 1983 film written by Simon, "Max Dugan Returns", was disappointing add something


1986

However, she co-starred with Clint Eastwood in the 1986 film "Heartbreak Ridge", which was fairly well received and a commercial success add something

 

She is known for starring in the 1986 film "Heartbreak Ridge" add something


1991

Mason starred in her own series, "Sibs", which ran from 1991-92 add something


1996

Mason starred on Broadway in "Night of the Iguana" in 1996, and the following year in Michael Cristofer's "Amazing Grace" add something

 

Michael Cristofer - Other plays include "Breaking Up" at Primary Stages; "Ice" at Manhattan Theatre Club; "Black Angel" at &Circle_Repertory_Company; "The Lady and the Clarinet" starring Stockard Channing, produced by the Mark Taper Forum, Long Wharf Theater, Off-Broadway and on the London Fringe, and "Amazing Grace" starring Marsha Mason which received the American Theater Critics *award as the best play produced in the United States during the 1996-97 season


1997

In 1997 and 1998, she had a recurring role on the TV show "Frasier" as Sherry Dempsey add something


1999

Mason reunited with "Goodbye Girl" co-star Richard Dreyfuss and writer Neil Simon in Duncan Weldon and Emanuel Azenberg's production of "The Prisoner of Second Avenue" in 1999 which was performed at the L.A. Theatre Works shortly after a revival in London's West End and led to a Grammy nomination in comedy add something


2003

Maria Pitillo - Variety, April 3, 2003 "Follow the Leeds features Sharon Lawrence and Maria Pitillo as suburban sisters who set up a private-investigation business with their mother, played by Marsha Mason


2005

In August 2005 Mason starred as Hecuba at the Chicago Shakespeare Theater and on Broadway "Steel Magnolias", with Delta Burke, Frances Sternhagen, Rebecca Gayheart, Lily Rabe and Christine Ebersole add something

 

Frances Sternhagen - Her previous Broadway role was in the summer 2005 production of "Steel Magnolias" with Marsha Mason, Delta_Burke, Christine Ebersole, Lily Rabe and Rebecca Gayheart


2010

In February 2010, she co-starred in "California Suite" at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles add something

 

In April 2010, Mason co-starred with Keir Dullea and Matt Servitto in an Off-Broadway production of "I Never Sang for My Father" add something