Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio Net Worth

Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio Net Worth 2023: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships

Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio net worth is
$1 Million

Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio Wiki Biography

Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio was born on the 17th November 1958 in Lombard, Illinois, USA, of Italian descent, andis an Oscar and Golden Globe Award-nominated actress, probably best known for her roles in such movies as “Scarface” (1982), as Gina Montana, “The Color of Money” (1986), as Carmen “The Abyss” (1989), as Lindsey Brigman, then as Marian Dubois in “Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves” (1991), and “The Perfect Storm” (2000), as Linda Greenlaw. Mastrantonio’s career started in 1980.

Have you ever wondered how rich Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio is, as of early 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Mastrantonio’s net worth is as high as $1 million, an amount earned through her acting career, which also includes appearances on Broadway, which have improved her wealth.

Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio Net Worth $1 Million

Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio is a daughter of Mary Dominica and Frank A. Mastrantonio and grew up in an Italian-American family in Illinois, where she went to the Oak Park River Forest High School and later to the University of Illinois.

Mastrantonio’s career began in 1980 when she debuted on Broadway in the revival of “West Side Story”, while her first movie was Brian De Palma’s Golden Globe Award-nominated “Scarface” (1983) starring Al Pacino, Michelle Pfeiffer, and Steven Bauer. In 1985, she played in the Primetime Emmy Award-nominated TV mini-series “Mussolini: The Untold Story”, and in 1986, Mastrantonio appeared alongside Paul Newman and Tom Cruise in Martin Scorsese’s Oscar Award-winning “The Color of Money”, which earned Mary Elizabeth both Academy Award and Golden Globe Award nominations too. She ended the ‘80s with the parts in “Slam Dance” (1987), “The January Man” (1989) with Kevin Kline and Susan Sarandon, and in James Cameron’s Oscar Award-winning “The Abyss” (1989) alongside Ed Harris.

In the early ‘90s, Mastrantonio played in “Class Action” (1991) with Gene Hackman, and in Kevin Reynolds’ Oscar Award-nominated “Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves” (1991) starring Kevin Costner and Morgan Freeman. She continued with roles in “White Sands” (1992) alongside Willem Dafoe, Mickey Rourke, and Samuel L. Jackson and in “Consenting Adults” (1992) with Kevin Kline and Kevin Spacey.

Mary Elizabeth teamed up with Al Pacino again in the movie called “Two Bits” in 1995, and that same year starred alongside Patrick Swayze in “Three Wishes”. She ended the decade with “Limbo” (1999), “My Life So Far” (1999) starring Colin Firth, Rosemary Harris, and Irène Jacob, and in the Golden Globe Award-nominated “Witness Protection” (1999) with Tom Sizemore and Forest Whitaker.

Her net worth rose steadily. In 2000, Mastrantonio had a part in Wolfgang Petersen’s Oscar Award-nominated movie “The Perfect Storm” alongside George Clooney, Mark Wahlberg, and John C. Reilly, while in 2004, she played in Christopher Reeve’s “The Brooke Ellison Story”. From 2005 to 2006, Mary Elizabeth appeared in nine episodes of the Golden Globe Award-winning series “Without a Trace”, and in 2008 in the TV movie “The Russell Girl”. In 2010, Mastrantonio appeared in 14 episodes of “Law & Order: Criminal Intent”, while from 2013 to 2014, she played alongside Dylan McDermott and Toni Collette in eight episodes of “Hostages”. Most recently, Mary Elizabeth worked on six episodes of the Primetime Emmy Award-nominated “Grimm” (2012-2014), and in 22 episodes of the Primetime Emmy Award-nominated “Limitless” (2015-2016).

Regarding her personal life, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio married the director Pat O’Connor in 1990 and has two sons with him.

Full NameMary Elizabeth Mastrantonio
Net Worth$1 Million
Date Of BirthNovember 17, 1958
Place Of BirthLombard, Illinois, USA
Height1.65 m
ProfessionActress, singer
EducationUniversity of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign
SpousePat O'Connor
ChildrenDeclan O'Connor, Jack O'Connor
ParentsFrank A. Mastrantonio, Mary Dominica Pagone
AwardsGracie Allen Award for Outstanding Female Lead in a Drama Special (2004)
NominationsAcademy Award, Golden Globe Award, New York Film Critics Circle Award (1987), Saturn Award for Best Actress (1990), MTV Movie Award (1992), Tony Award for Best Lead Actress (2003)
Movies“Scarface” (1982), “The Color of Money” (1986), “The Abyss” (1989), “Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves” (1991), “The Perfect Storm” (2000), “The Russell Girl” (2008)
TV Shows“Without a Trace” (2005-2006), “Law & Order: Criminal Intent” (2010), “Hostages” (2013-2014), “Grimm” (2012-2014), “Limitless” (2015-2016)
1I've worked with leading men so worried about losing their charm that they were always winking to the audience.
2I've never found that it jars to go back and forth.
3Suddenly, I realized: this was what I wanted to do. I didn't know how to do it; I just knew acting felt right.
4Domesticity has to mean nesting. Otherwise, six months go by, and you don't know where your underwear is.
5I'm not looking at money, percentage points or grosses. This is my life, you know? To me, every day matters.
6As a measure of acting skills, film can be very deceptive.
7I do need to be told when I'm going wrong. No one's acting can be an exact, 100 percent science.
8Some stars like to hide behind the whole idea of acting. But really good actors are not hiding at all. They're not afraid to be disliked, to be a little unsavory.
9Hollywood is run by men who are big on vulnerability.
10I hate it when people say, Mary Elizabeth, this may be hell, but the movie is going to be sooo good.
11I used to go home at night and just shake, because I had no idea that's what acting was gonna be.
1Appearing in 'Grand Hotel' at the Donmar Warehouse in London, UK [December 2004]
2Currently starring as Aldonza in the Broadway revival of "Man of LaMancha" at the Martin Beck Theatre [December 2002]
3Was neighbors with Alan Rickman in London in the early 90's. They worked together in January Man and Robin Hood Prince of Thieves.
4Suffered a serious mental and emotional breakdown during the problem-plagued shoot of the James Cameron film The Abyss (1989).
6Was nominated for Broadway's 2003 Tony Award as Best Actress (Musical) for portraying the Aldonza/Dulcinea character in a revival of "Man of La Mancha."
7Replaced Robin Wright, due to pregnancy, as Maid Marion in Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves (1991) with Kevin Costner.
8Sons Jack O'Connor (born 1992) and Declan O'Connor (born 1997) with Pat O'Connor.
9Of all the people ever to be nominated for an Academy Award for acting, Mastrantonio has the longest name.
10Listed as one of twelve "Promising New Actors of 1986" in John Willis' Screen World, Vol. 38.
11Graduated from Oak Park River Forest High School.
12Once trained for a career as an opera singer.


Limitless2015-2016TV SeriesNasreen Pouran
Grimm2012-2014TV SeriesKelly Burkhardt / Woman in Black
Hostages2013-2014TV SeriesMary Kincaid
Blue Bloods2013TV SeriesSophia Lanza
Law & Order: Criminal Intent2010TV SeriesZoe Callas
The Russell Girl2008TV MovieGayle Russell
Without a Trace2005-2006TV SeriesAnne Cassidy
The Brooke Ellison Story2004TV MovieJean Ellison
Standing Room Only2003ShortMaria
Tabloid2001Natasha Fox
The Perfect Storm2000Linda Greenlaw
Witness Protection1999TV MovieCindy Batton
My Life So Far1999Moira
Limbo1999Donna De Angelo
Three Wishes1995Jeanne Holman
Frasier1995TV SeriesEileen
Two Bits1995Luisa Spirito
Consenting Adults1992Priscilla Parker
White Sands1992Lane Bodine
Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves1991Marian Dubois
Class Action1991Maggie Ward
Performance1991TV SeriesYelena
Fools of Fortune1990Marianne
The Abyss1989Lindsey Brigman
The January Man1989Bernadette Flynn
Slam Dance1987Helen Drood
The Color of Money1986Carmen
Mussolini: The Untold Story1985TV Mini-SeriesEdda Mussolini-Ciano
Scarface1983Gina Montana
The King of Comedy1982Extra in crowd scene (uncredited)


Limbo1999performer: "You Never Can Tell" a/k/a "C'est La Vie", "Better Off Without You", "Lookin' For The Heart of Saturday Night", "Dimming of the Day"
The January Man1989performer: "Auld Lang Syne", "Calendar Girl" - uncredited


HBO First Look2000TV Series documentary special thanks - 1 episode


The Show2013TV SeriesHerself
Buzz: AT&T Original Documentaries2010TV Series documentaryHerself
The 57th Annual Tony Awards2003TV SpecialHerself - Performer & Nominee: Best Leading Actress in a Musical
The Directors2000TV Series documentaryHerself
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno2000TV SeriesHerself - Guest
HBO First Look2000TV Series documentaryHerself / Linda Greenlaw
The West1996TV Series documentary
Showbiz Today1995TV SeriesHerself
Late Show with David Letterman1995TV SeriesHerself
Under Pressure: Making 'The Abyss'1993Video documentaryHerself
One-On-One with the Cast of 'Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves'1991Video shortHerself
Robin Hood: The Myth, the Man, the Movie1991TV Short documentaryHerself
Good Morning America1990TV SeriesHerself - Guest
The 59th Annual Academy Awards1987TV SpecialHerself - Nominee: Best Actress in a Supporting Role

Archive Footage

Entertainment Tonight2015TV SeriesHerself
Maquillando entre monstruos2007TV Movie documentaryLindsey Brigman
Stories of Lost Souls2005Maria (segment "Standing Room Only")
Frasier: Analyzing the Laughter2004TV MovieEileen (uncredited)
The Making of 'True Lies'1994TV Movie documentaryLindsey Brigman (uncredited)

Won Awards

2005GracieGracie Allen AwardsOutstanding Female Lead in a Drama SpecialThe Brooke Ellison Story (2004)

Nominated Awards

2000Sierra AwardLas Vegas Film Critics Society AwardsBest ActressLimbo (1999)
1992Saturn AwardAcademy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USABest Supporting ActressRobin Hood: Prince of Thieves (1991)
1992MTV Movie AwardMTV Movie AwardsBest Female PerformanceRobin Hood: Prince of Thieves (1991)
1991Saturn AwardAcademy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USABest ActressThe Abyss (1989)
1987OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Actress in a Supporting RoleThe Color of Money (1986)
1987Golden GlobeGolden Globes, USABest Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion PictureThe Color of Money (1986)

2nd Place Awards

1986NYFCC AwardNew York Film Critics Circle AwardsBest Supporting ActressThe Color of Money (1986)

Known for movies

IMDB Wikipedia

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