Mary-Louise Parker is a Tony, Golden Globe and Emmy Award-winning actress, who is currently starring in the Manhattan Theatre Club's Broadway transfer of Heisenberg at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre until 11 December 2016.|
She won a Tony Award in 2001 for her performance in Proof, and earned two further Tony nominations for Prelude to a Kiss (1990) and Reckless (2005). Other Broadway credits include Bus Stop, Hedda Gabler and The Snow Geese. Her most notable off-Broadway credits include the Manhattan Theatre Club productions of Heisenberg, Proof, Four Dogs and a Bone and The Art of Success, and the Playwrights Horizons production of Dead Man's Cell Phone.
On screen, she won a Golden Globe and picked up a further three Golden Globe nominations and three Emmy nominations for her TV role as Nancy Botwin on Weeds. She also won a Golden Globe and Emmy Award for playing Harper Pitt in Angels in America, and earned Emmy nominations for The Robber Bride and The West Wing. Her most notable screen credits include RED, RED 2, R.I.P.D., The Spiderwick Chronicles, The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford, Bullets Over Broadway, The Client and Fried Green Tomatoes.