Mary Crosby

Mary Crosby


Mary Crosby was born on Sep 14, 1959 in USA. Mary Crosby's big-screen debut came with The Danny Thomas Hour - Season 1 directed by Robert Gist in 1967. Mary Crosby is known for Heaven Help Us directed by Martin Pasetta, John Schneider stars as Doug Monroe and Melinda Clarke as Lexy Monroe. The most recent award Mary Crosby achieved is TV Land Awards. The upcoming new movie Mary Crosby plays is The M Word which will be released on Apr 30, 2014.

Mary Crosby was born in Los Angeles, the daughter of Bing Crosby and Kathryn Grant. She received her Actor's Equity card, at the age of four, and made her first professional appearances, in the company of her siblings, in her father's popular Christmas-season TV specials of the 60s and 70s. After graduating from high school at age 15, she entered the University of Texas at Austin, where she became a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority. Ms. Crosby may be best-known for her role as "Kristin Shepard" on the now legendary television drama series, Dallas (1978). Ms. Crosby feature film credits include Henry Jaglom's Eating - Le dernier secret des femmes (1990), Les guerriers des étoiles (1984), Tapeheads (1988), La légende de Zorro (2005) and more recently, Jaglom's Queen of the Lot (2010), in which she played Peter Bogdanovich's wife. She followed that with Just 45 Minutes from Broadway (2012) and, most recently, The M Word (2014). Ms. Crosby has many stage credits to her name, including "The Seagull" ( Nina), "As You Like It", "Two Gentleman of Verona" and "Romeo and Juliet". Ms. Crosby's many television credits include the ABC miniseries, Les dessous d'Hollywood (1985), Nord et sud II (1986) and Stagecoach (1986), with Willie Nelson and Johnny Cash. Ms. Crosby resides on a ranch, outside of Los Angeles, with her family, husband Mark Brodka and their two sons.

  • Birthday

    Sep 14, 1959
  • Place of Birth

    Los Angeles, California, USA
  • Also known

    Mary Frances Crosby

Known For


1 wins & 0 nominations

TV Land Awards
Dallas (1978)
Winner - Pop Culture Award

Movies & TV Shows

TV Shows