What Is Mary Louise Parker's Net Worth? Everything We Know!

Mary Louise Parker’s Net Worth

Mary-Louise Parker is an American actress who has a net worth of $16 million. Tony, Emmy, and Golden Globe nominations have all been made for Mary-Louise Parker. She is well-known for her recurrent roles on the television shows “The West Wing” and “Weeds.”

Early Life

Parker was born in Columbia, South Carolina, on August 2, 1964. Caroline Louise Parker is the youngest of Caroline Louise and John Morgan Parker’s four children. Because her father was a judge in the US Army, Parker spent parts of her childhood in places including Tennessee, Texas, Thailand, Germany, and France. Parker attended Marcos de Niza High School in Tempe, Arizona, and graduated from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts in 1986.

What Is Mary Louise Parker's Net Worth? Everything We Know!


Parker’s first role was in “Ryan’s Hope,” a 1980s soap drama. She made her Broadway debut as the lead in “Prelude to a Kiss” after a few minor parts in New York. She moved with the play while it was on tour as an off-Broadway production. She won the Clarence Derwent Award and was nominated for a Tony Award for her efforts.

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In 1989, she starred in “Longtime Companion,” a film about the AIDS epidemic. Parker had a busy 1990s film career. The Client and Bullets over Broadway were her 1991 and 1994 films, respectively. “Boys on the Side” followed, then “Reckless.” “The Portrait of a Lady” stars Nicole Kidman, Viggo Mortensen, John Malkovich, and Christian Bale.

In 1997, she starred in “How I Learned to Drive” on Broadway. She won the Lucille Lortel Award for Best Actress and the Obie Award for Performance for this role. In the late 1990s, she starred in “Let the Devil Wear Black,” “The Five Senses,” and “The Simple Life of Noah Dearborn.”

A six-hour HBO dramatisation of “Angels in America” followed in 2003. A Golden Globe and a Primetime Emmy for Best Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or Television Film for her role as Harper Pitt.

In 2004, she starred in “Saved!” and “Miracle Run.” She also starred in the Broadway comedy “Reckless,” for which she was nominated for a Tony Award in 2005.

Parker starred in the 2005 TV series “Weeds.” The show was a hit and received numerous nominations and awards. From 2005 to 2012, she got three Primetime Emmy nominations for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series and a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress in a Television Series Comedy.

Parker had roles in “The Robber Bride” and “The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford” on television. In 2008, she appeared in “The Spiderwick Chronicles” and “Dead Man’s Cell Phone” off-Broadway. She also starred in the 2009 revival of “Hedda Gabler” from January to March.

Parker starred alongside Bruce Willis in “Red” in October 2010. The following year, she hosted the tenth season of PBS’s “Independent Lens.” She then appeared in “Red 2” and “R.I.P.D.” During this period, I also appeared in “The Snow Geese” and “Heisenberg.” Beginning in 2019, she starred in “The Sound Inside,” for which she won a Tony Award for Best Actress in a Play. “How I Learned to Drive” was also cast in 2019.

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Personal Life

Parker began dating Billy Crudup in 1996. Crudup left Parker to start dating actress Claire Danes before their son was born in 2004. William’s godmother is actress Susan Sarandon. Parker adopted Caroline, a girl from Ethiopia, in September 2007.

What Is Mary Louise Parker's Net Worth? Everything We Know!

Parker began dating fellow actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan in December 2006, after meeting on the set of “Weeds.” The pair announced their engagement in February 2008 but broke up in April before being married.

Parker has been involved in several charitable and philanthropic activities. She has helped those afflicted by the Ugandan civil conflict and was recognised in 2013 for her efforts with Hope North. She has also attended charity dinners given by the David Lynch Foundation with Tom Hanks to support warriors suffering from PTSD. Her memoir “Dear Mr. You” came out in 2015.

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