Wednesday, March 7, 2007

More about the low profile socialite Kate Mara

Here is some more about Kate Mara's acting career:

Since her 1997 television debut, Kate Mara has managed to appear in almost two dozen films and television shows. The actress, who was raised in Bedford, New York, kicked off her acting career at an exceedingly early age when she starred in one play after another at a variety of theater camps and after-school programs. Kate made her professional debut at the age of 13 in an episode of Law and Order, and followed that up in 1999 with small but pivotal roles in Random Hearts (opposite Harrison Ford) and Joe the King (opposite Ethan Hawke).

Appearances in several sitcoms and one-hour dramas followed -- including Ed, Nip/Tuck and Everwood. But it wasn’t until Kate landed a key role alongside fellow newcomer Aaron Stanford in Tadpole (2002) that both viewers and critics sat up and took notice of the up-and-coming actress. Kate cemented her star status with her electrifying turn on the fifth season of the hit Fox show 24 as analyst Shari Rothenberg (affectionately dubbed “New Edgar” by fans of the series). At the top of this hard-working actress’ pile of credentials is three high-profile films: Zoom (2006), with Tim Allen, We Are… Marshall (2006), with Matthew McConaughey and The Shooter (2007), with Mark Wahlberg.

Read a more definitive bio of Kate Mara in the comments to this blog.

Find out more about the Author of this blog at his website Rob Tencer pr.

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10021 socialite publicist said...

more definitive bio:
Kate Mara (born February 27, 1983) is an American television and film actress.
Mara, who grew up in Bedford, New York, began acting at the age of 9 in a school musical and appeared in numerous theatrical performances while attending several youth theater-arts schools. She began her professional career at age fourteen after getting her first agent, appearing on the television drama Law & Order in 1997 and in the film Random Hearts, directed by Sydney Pollack, in 1999. She graduated from Fox Lane High School early by a year and went on to guest star on numerous television series, including Madigan Men, Ed, and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. Recurring parts on the series Everwood, Nip/Tuck, and a large recurring role on the WB Television Network series Jack & Bobby soon followed. Her most recent television appearance is a 6 episode arc on the Fox Network series 24 playing computer analyst Shari Rothenberg.
Mara has appeared in several feature films, most notably the Sundance Film Festival award-winning films Tadpole, alongside Sigourney Weaver, and Joe the King, as well as a small supporting role in Academy Award-winning Brokeback Mountain. She also recently appeared in Zoom with Tim Allen and Courteney Cox.
Kate debuted professionally in 2003 theatrically at the Williamstown Theatre Festival in “Landscape of the Body” with Lili Taylor. She currently lives in both New York and Los Angeles, living bi-coastally, traveling between the two. Further television credits include appearances on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, CSI: Miami, Boston Public, and Cold Case. She also starred in Urban Legends: Bloody Mary which was released in the summer of 2005.
Mara is also known for her singing. She often sings the national anthem at home games of the New York Giants (she is the granddaughter of late Giants owner Wellington Mara as well as the great-granddaughter of Giants founder Tim Mara and Pittsburgh Steelers founder Art Rooney). In fact, she sang the National Anthem for the Sunday Night NFL season opener for the Giants against the Colts in 2006. She recorded an album for the Warner Brothers record label with her band, "Trace." She has sung at NBA all-star games, and was accepted at the New York University Tisch School of the Arts but deferred for 3 consecutive years. Her singing was also featured in the film The Californians, opposite Noah Wyle.
Mara is also a skilled jazz/tap/ballet dancer. She has recently signed with the William Morris Agency and is managed by Washington Square Arts & Film.
Upcoming projects
Mara will appear in the film We Are Marshall starring Matthew McConaughey, which began filming April 2006 and will be released December 22, 2006. The film tells the story of the aftermath of the 1970 Marshall University plane crash. Mara plays head cheerleader Annie Cantrell.
Mara completed Full of It for New Line Cinema, to be released March 9, 2007.
Kate Mara signed on to star in Shooter as Mark Wahlberg's love interest, a drama about a master sniper lured out of retirement to prevent an assassination. Shooter, directed by Antoine Fuqua, is currently filming and is set for a March 16, 2007 release.
Mara has joined the cast of Trans-Siberian, a film by The Machinist director Brad Anderson, that takes place on the Trans-Siberian Railway that runs from China to Moscow. Shooting of the thriller begins in December 2006.
· Nip/Tuck media guide, F/X Networks
· "Let em Shine" by Nancy Mills, "New York Daily News", January 1, 2006
· "Kate Mara" by Stacy Dodd, "Variety", January 13, 2006
· Washington Square Arts & Film
· "Two more roles for MU movie named" by Eric Fossell, "The Herald-Dispatch", February 28, 2006
· "The Insiders: 2/26/06" by Jane Vranish, "Pittsburgh Post-Gazette", February 26, 2006
· "'Shooter' Targets Mara" by Michael Fleming, "Variety", April 11, 2006
· "Who's News" by Lorrie Lynch, "USA Weekend", July 30, 2006
· "Vanities" by Krista Smith, Vanity Fair, September 2006
· "Cast aboard for Anderson" by John Hopewell, Michael Fleming, "Variety", November 30, 2006
External links
· Kate Mara at the Internet Movie Database
· Kate Mara at
Kate graduated high school a year early. She was accepted at the prestigious NYU Tisch School of the Arts but deferred for 3 consecutive years due to acting and singing.

She is the great-granddaughter of the founder of the New York Giants, Timothy Mara and Art Rooney, founder of the Pittsburgh Steelers. She often sings the national anthem at Giants home games.

Find out more about the Author of this blog at his website Rob Tencer pr.

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