Marsha Mason

Marsha Mason ( born April 3, 1942 in St. Louis, Missouri ) is an American actress.

Mason played at the end of the 1960s and early 1970s in television series such as Dark Shadows, Where the Heart Is and Young Dr. Kildare. Later, she starred in the film tattoo (1973 ) with James Caan, for this role she was nominated for the Academy Film Awards and won a Golden Globe Award. In the movie The Goodbye Girl (1977 ) from a screenplay by Neil Simon starred opposite Richard Dreyfuss; she won the Golden Globe Award and was nominated for an Academy Award and a BAFTA Award. From Neil Simon also comes the screenplay of the film The second chapter (1979 ), was nominated for the Mason repeated for the prices Oscar and Golden Globe. Even an Oscar nomination brought her role in the film Mrs. Hines & Daughter ( 1981), for the re- Neil Simon wrote the screenplay. She was also seen in some episodes of the TV series Frasier, for which she was nominated in 1997 for an Emmy Award.

Since August 2005, she appears in the report issued at the Broadway play on Steel Magnolias.

Mason lives in Abiquiu in New Mexico, where she grows medicinal plants in their free time. She was married from 1965 to 1970 with the fellow actor Gary Campbell, 1973-1981 by Neil Simon.

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