Mary Crosby Actress

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Mary Crosby is a 62 years old actress from United States of America Mary Crosby was born on September 14, 1959 (62 years old) in as Mary Frances Crosby. Her nickname is Crosby Mary Frances.

Biography

Mary Frances Crosby is an American actress best known for her role as Kristin Shepard in the television series Dallas.
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Her real name:
Birth name of Mary Crosby is Mary Frances Crosby
Is Mary Crosby still alive?

Yes, Mary Crosby is still alive Last check: 1 month ago

Family

Her mother is Kathryn Crosby and her father is Bing Crosby. Her mother is American actor When Mary born she was 25 years old. and Bing Crosby was 56 years old when Mary born. Her father was an American singer actor.

Parents

Kathryn Crosby
Mother: Kathryn Crosby
Bing Crosby
Father: Bing Crosby

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Siblings

Mary Crosby has 6 siblings. Actor singer Phillip (25 years older) , American writer Harry (61 years older) , Professional golfer Nathaniel (2 years younger) , Pop Singer Dennis (25 years older) , Actor Gary (26 years older) , and Actor singer Lindsay (21 years older)

Works

Mary Crosby Movies (25)

There are 25 movies of Mary Crosby:

Her first feature film was The Legend of Zorro (2005, as Governor's Wife). She was 46 when she starred in this movie. Since 2005, she has appeared in 25 feature films. The last one is Queen of the Lot (2013). In this movie, she played the character Frances Lambert Sapir .

Mary Crosby net worth

She has a net worth of 5 million dollars.

Mary Crosby movie characters

The names of the characters/jobs in the films she starred in are as follows:

Mary Crosby TV Shows (24)

Her first TV Show was The Danny Thomas Hour (1967).

Education

She graduated from Burlingame High School

What is Mary's zodiac sign?

Mary Crosby zodiac sign is virgo.

When is Crosby's next birthday?

Mary Crosby was born on the , which was a Monday. She will be turning 63 in only 282 days from today (06 December, 2021).

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