M A R Y   S T U A R T   M A S T E R S O N   F I L M O G R A P H Y

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                      [Last Updated - September 1, 2004]

NAME: Mary Stuart Masterson

BORN: June 28, 1966 in New York, New York.

SPOUSE: Married Damon Santostefano on May 20, 2000.

FAMILY: Her parents are actor-director Peter Masterson and actress Carlin 
Glynn.  She also has an older sister, Carlin Alexandra Masterson, and a 
younger brother, Peter Carlos Masterson.


CREDITS:

"The Stepford Wives"
Motion Picture (Science Fiction/Comedy)
Palomar Pictures/Columbia Pictures
February 12, 1975
Kim Eberhart (Walter's Daughter)

"City In Fear"
TV Movie (Drama)
March 30, 1980  ABC

"Alice In Wonderland"
Theater (Fantasy)
1981  Broadway, New York
Four of Hearts/Small White Rabbit

"Heaven Help Us"
[AKA: "Catholic Boys"]
Motion Picture (Comedy-Drama)
HBO Pictures/Silver Screen Partners
February 8, 1985
Danni

"Love Lives On"
TV Movie (Drama)
April 1, 1985  ABC
Susan Wallace

"At Close Range"
Motion Picture (Crime-Thriller)
Hemdale Film Corporation/Orion Pictures
February 1986
Terry

"My Little Girl"
Direct-to-Video Motion Picture (Drama)
Black Swan Productions/Hemdale Releasing Corporation
1986
Franny Bettinger

"Amazing Stories"
"Go To the Head Of the Class"
TV Series Episode (Fantasy-Anthology)
November 21, 1986  NBC
Cynthia Simpson

"Been Taken"
Theater
1986  Ensemble Studio Theatre, New York

"Lily Dale"
Theater (Drama)
1986  Samuel Beckett Theatre Club, New York
Lily Dale

"Some Kind Of Wonderful"
Motion Picture (Romantic Comedy)
Paramount Pictures
February 27, 1987
Watts (Drummer Girl)

"The Lucky Spot"
Theater (Drama)
April 28, 1987  Manhattan Theater Club, New York
Cassidy Smith

"Gardens Of Stone"
Motion Picture (Drama)
Tri-Star Pictures
May 8, 1987
Rachel Feld-Willow

"Mr. North"
Motion Picture (Comedy-Drama)
The Samuel Goldwyn Company
July 22, 1988
Elspeth Skeel

"Chances Are"
Motion Picture (Comedy)
Lobell-Bergman/Tri-Star Pictures
March 10, 1989
Miranda Jeffries

"Today"
TV Series Episode (Talk/News)
October 26, 1989  NBC
(Guest)

"Immediate Family"
[AKA: "Parental Guidance"]
Motion Picture (Drama)
Lawrence Kasdan-Sanford-Pillsbury/Columbia Pictures
October 27, 1989
Lucy Moore

"The Tonight Show"
TV Series Episode (Talk/Comedy)
November 14, 1989  NBC
(Guest)

"Funny About Love"
[AKA: "New York Times"]
Motion Picture (Romantic Comedy)
Duffy Films/Paramount Pictures
September 21, 1990
Daphne Delillo

"Fried Green Tomatoes"
[AKA: "Fried Green Tomatoes At the Whistle Stop Cafe"]
Motion Picture (Drama)
Act III Communications/Electric Shadow Productions/Avnet-Kerner Productions/
 Universal Pictures
December 27, 1991
Idgie Threadgoode

"Moments Of Discovery: The Making Of Fried Green Tomatoes"
Motion Picture (Documentary)
Act III Communications/Electric Shadow Productions/Avnet-Kerner Productions/
 Universal Pictures
December 1991
(Herself)

"Three Sisters"
Theater (Drama)
January 1992  McCarter Theater, Princeton, New Jersey

"Late Night With David Letterman"
TV Series Episode (Talk/Comedy)
February 1992  NBC
(Guest)

"Saturday Night Live"
TV Series Episode (Variety/Comedy)
March 21, 1992  NBC
(Guest Host)

"Mad At the Moon"
Direct-to-Video Motion Picture (Horror-Western)
Michael Jaffe Films Ltd./Spectacor Films/Republic Pictures
June 1992
Jenny Hill

"Married To It"
Motion Picture (Drama)
Three Pair Productions/Orion Pictures
March 26, 1993
Nina Bishop

"The Tonight Show"
TV Series Episode (Talk/Comedy)
April 14, 1993  NBC
(Guest)

"Benny & Joon"
Motion Picture (Drama)
Roth Arnold Production/Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
April 16, 1993
Juniper "Joon" Pearl

"I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)" by The Proclaimers
Music Video (Modern Rock)
April 1993
Juniper "Joon" Pearl

"MTV Movie Awards"
Cable TV Special (Awards Show)
Tenth Planet Productions/MTV Productions
June 9, 1993  MTV
(Presenter)

"The Last Party"
Motion Picture (Documentary)
Triton Pictures
September 10, 1993
(Herself)

"Late Show With David Letterman"
TV Series Episode (Talk/Comedy)
April 1994  CBS
(Guest)

"Bad Girls"
Motion Picture (Western)
20th Century Fox/Ruddy Morgan Productions
April 22, 1994
Anita Crown

"Late Night With Conan O'Brien"
TV Series Episode (Talk/Comedy)
May 11, 1994  NBC
(Guest)

"RadioLand Murders"
Motion Picture (Comedy-Mystery)
Lucasfilm Ltd./Merrimack Valley Films/Universal Pictures
October 21, 1994
Penny Henderson

"Late Show With David Letterman"
TV Series Episode (Talk/Comedy)
January 24, 1996  CBS
(Guest)

"Bed Of Roses"
[AKA: "Amelia and the King Of Plants"]
Motion Picture (Romance)
Juno Pix/New Line Cinema
January 26, 1996
Lisa Walker

"Heaven's Prisoners"
Motion Picture (Mystery-Drama)
New Line Cinema/Savoy Pictures/Ruddy Morgan Productions
May 17, 1996
Robin Gaddis

"Lily Dale"
Cable TV Movie (Drama)
Showtime Networks Inc./Producers Entertainment Group
June 9, 1996  Showtime
Lily Dale

"Our Sacred Honor"
Audio Book (Historical Advice)
Simon & Schuster Audio
September 1997
(Narrator)

"Regis and Kathie Lee"
TV Series Episode (Talk/Comedy)
December 5, 1997  ABC
(Guest)

"On the 2nd Day Of Christmas"
Cable TV Movie (Comedy)
Lifetime Entertainment
December 8, 1997  Lifetime
Trish

"Chelsea Walls"
Theater (Drama)
December 16, 1997  New Victory Theater, New York

"The Postman"
Motion Picture (Action-Adventure)
TIG Productions/Warner Bros.
December 25, 1997
Postman's Daughter (Uncredited)

"Dogtown"
[AKA: "Howling At the Moon"]
Motion Picture (Drama)
Dogtown Prods./Apricot Entertainment
1997
Dorothy Sternen

"Inside the Actors Studio"
Cable TV Series Episode (Talk)
February 8, 1998  Bravo
(Guest)

"Walk Two Moons"
Audio Book (Young Adult)
Harper Collins Childrens
March 1998
(Narrator)

"When Venus Fell"
Audio Book (Young Adult)
Bantam Doubleday Dell Audio
July 1998
(Narrator)

"Digging To China"
Motion Picture (Drama)
Davis Entertainment Classics
September 11, 1998
Gwen Frankovitz

"The Howie Mandell Show"
TV Series Episode (Talk/Comedy)
September 14, 1998  CBS
(Guest)

"Late Late Show With Tom Snyder"
TV Series Episode (Talk)
September 16, 1998  CBS
(Guest)

"Politically Incorrect"
TV Series Episode (Talk)
November 8, 1999  ABC
(Guest)

"The Martin Short Show"
TV Series Episode (Talk/Comedy)
King World Productions
November 15, 1999  Syndicated
(Guest)

"The Donny & Marie Show"
TV Series Episode (Talk/Comedy)
Sony-TriStar/Dick Clark Productions
November 16, 1999  Syndicated
(Guest)

"The Early Show"
TV Series Episode (Talk)
November 17, 1999  CBS
(Guest)

"Black And Blue"
TV Movie (Drama)
Evolve Entertainment
November 17, 1999  CBS
Fran Benedetto

"The Florentine"
Motion Picture (Comedy-Drama)
1999
Vickie

"The Book Of Stars"
Motion Picture (Drama)
Shadow Catcher Entertainment
1999
Penny McGuire

"Further Adventures"
TV Series Pilot (Drama)
2000  CBS  [Never Aired]
Kate Brasher

"InStyle: Celebrity Weddings"
TV Special (Entertainment)
February 5, 2001  NBC
(Guest)

"Kate Brasher"
[AKA: "Raising Kate"]
[AKA: "Further Adventures"]
TV Series (Drama)
February 24, 2001 - March 2001  CBS
Kate Brasher

"The Early Show"
TV Series Episode (Talk)
March 13, 2001  CBS
(Guest)

"The View"
TV Series Episode (Talk)
March 15, 2001  ABC
(Guest)

"The Other Side"
Cable TV Movie (Science Fiction)
2001  Sci-Fi Channel
(Director)

"Three Blind Mice"
TV Movie (Drama)
Viacom Productions
September 30, 2001  CBS
Patricia Demming

"R.U.S./H."
TV Series Pilot (Drama)
2002  CBS
Elaine Burba

"Leo"
Motion Picture (Drama)
2003
Brynne

"West Of Here"
Motion Picture (Drama)
2003
Genevieve

"Nine"
Theater (Musical)
April 10, 2003  Eugene O'Neill Theatre, New York
Luisa Contini

"Something The Lord Made"
TV Movie (Drama)
2004
Dr. Helen Taussig

"The Sisters"
Motion Picture
2005
Olga


POSSIBLE PROJECTS:

"Grapefruit Moon"
[AKA: "Around the Block"]
Motion Picture (Romance)
2005?
(Writer/Director)


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