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Marin Ireland

About Marin Ireland

Actress for the stage and screen who won the 2009 Theatre World Award and 2009 Tony Award for Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Play for her role in reasons to be pretty. She booked her first series regular television role in 2015 as Julia in Sneaky Pete. 

Early life

She earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from The Hartt School at the University of Hartford. Her off-Broadway debut was in the 2001 play Nocturne.


She has film credits in 2004 s The Manchurian Candidate, 2007 s I Am Legend, 2008 s Rachel Getting Married, and 2016 s Hell or High Water, among many others.

Family of Marin Ireland

She was born and raised in Camarillo, California.

Close associates of Marin Ireland

She and Barbara Walsh were cast in the off-Broadway production Summer and Smoke.

Marin Mazzie

About Marin Mazzie

Theater performer who earned a 1994 Tony Award nomination for her role as Clara in the Broadway production of Passion. She also appeared on Broadway in Ragtime, Carrie, and Kiss me, Kate.

Early life

She earned a degree in theater from Western Michigan University.


Her only recurring television role was as Kathy Havlerson on a CBS comedy series entitled Still Standing.

Family of Marin Mazzie

She married actor Jason Danieley in 1997 after meeting him in a production of Trojan Women: A Love Story.

Close associates of Marin Mazzie

She acted alongside David Krumholtz on a 2005 episode of Numb3rs.

Maude Eburne

About Maude Eburne

Canadian actress best known for her eccentric roles in such stage productions as The Half Moon, Many a Slip, and Three Cheers. Her film credits include The Bat Whispers and Among the Living.

Early life

She grew up in Ontario and attended elocution school in Toronto. She made her Broadway debut in 1914 in a farcical play called A Pair of Sixes.


She appeared in a 1935 film entitled Ruggles of Red Gap.

Family of Maude Eburne

She was married to stage producer Gene Hill until his death in 1932.

Close associates of Maude Eburne

She starred alongside Boris Karloff in the 1942 film The Boogie Man Will Get You.

Maude Adams

About Maude Adams

Known as the first actress to ever play Peter Pan, she was also notable for roles in The Little Minister, Quality Street, and A Kiss for Cinderella.

Early life

She could hardly stand on her own by the time she made her stage debut at the age of nine months. Her mother, also an actress, held her in her arms during her performance.


She played the titular Juliet of Romeo and Juliet to audience s delight, however, the play was disliked by critics.

Family of Maude Adams

She was a descendant of a Mayflower ship passenger named John Howland.

Close associates of Maude Adams

Jane Seymour played a character in the film Somewhere in Time that was allegedly based on her.

Liz Callaway

About Liz Callaway

Broadway singer and actress known for providing the singing voices of lead characters in such animated films as The Swan Princess, The Lion King II, and Anastasia.

Early life

She debuted on Broadway in the 1981 production of Merrily We Roll Along.


In 1984, she was nominated for a Tony Award for her performance in the musical Baby.

Family of Liz Callaway

She grew up in Chicago, Illinois. She married Dan Foster.

Close associates of Liz Callaway

She appeared with Beth Fowler in the original Broadway production of Baby.

Lila Kedrova

About Lila Kedrova

Actress who earned both Tony and Drama Desk Awards for her performance in the 1983 Broadway revival of Zorba.

Early life

In 1932, she became a part of the Moscow Art Theatre s touring company.


In 1964, she was honored with an Oscar Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in the film Zorba the Greek.

Family of Lila Kedrova

She married Dick Howard in 1968.

Close associates of Lila Kedrova

She appeared alongside Anthony Quinn in Zorba the Greek.