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Mary was born April 28, 1952 in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. She is known for her role as President Laura Roslin, in Battlestar Galactica and as the First Lady in Independence Day. In 1990, she also starred in Dances with Wolves, where she played with actor Kevin Costner and Graham Greene. In the Independence Day, Mary co-starred with Will Smith, Bill Pullman, and Vivica A. Fox. Her latest movie appearances are in 2011, Scream 4 and Margin Call. After closing TV series The Closer in 2012, she returned with same character – Captain Sharon Raydor, in the spin-off Major Crimes that will air it’s fourth season on June 8, 2015.
We have gathered all body measurements and statistics of Mary McDonnell, including bra size, cup size, shoe size, height, body shape, and weight.
|1.69 m, 5’7” (feet & inches)
|65 kg, 143 pounds
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|Cup Size C
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"Well, I don't know what Ron has in mind, but I do know about the arc of the show. Looking at how intuitive and instinctive Eddie and I play, that is the sort of thing that leads into sexual chemistry. I wouldn't be surprised if it emerged."
"It's phenomenally important to me that, if I'm going to be spending years on a project, I need to be interested in the whole thing. I'm not there to be on my own. And if I'm going to be with these people, I'd best be interested in their work."
"We have to get back to the beauty of just being alive in this present moment."
"I do think that it's extremely important with this character show her assuming power with a great deal of grace, and find out how to do things she won't like - the things she's called upon to do."
"With BSG, sci-fi is the human experience taken beyond the envelope. When I first became involved with the project, I knew that I would be able to play a human being for many years, exploring and reflecting on issues that would impact people's lives."