The cause of death of actress Mary Mara has been determined just days after her death. body was found drowned in a river In New York.
Local police confirmed People magazine that the IT IS Y Ray Donovan star died of suffocation, or suffocation, due to drowning. She was 61 years old.
“The Jefferson County Medical Examiner’s Office performed a post-mortem examination on the decedent and determined that the decedent’s manner of death was an accident, due to suffocation, due to drowning in warm water,” said Jack Keller, Officer NYSP Troop D public information.
Initially, TMZ reported that investigators believed Mara had hit her head prior to her tragic drowning; they speculated that the actress may have slipped and hit her head while she was getting out of the river.
However, police have since determined that “there were no signs of any trauma to Mary’s body when she was found.”
Mara died Sunday morning local time while swimming in the St. Lawrence River in Cape Vincent, New York, while in town to visit her sister, Martha. Her body was discovered by officers around 8 am after receiving a possible drowning call.
“Preliminary investigation suggests the victim drowned while swimming,” police wrote in the statement at the time. “The victim’s body showed no signs of foul play and was transported to the Jefferson County Medical Examiner’s Office pending an autopsy to determine the official cause of death.”
With over 81 acting credits to her name, Mara made a name for herself in Hollywood. Most notable was her role as Loretta Sweet in IT IS for nine episodes between 1995 and 1996. The actress’s credits also include roles in Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Star Trek: Enterprise, Nip/Tuck Y The practice.
He also acted alongside Billy Crystal in the 1992 film. mr saturday night.
Mara’s last acting credit was a 2020 role in Break Even, and before that, in 2013 she played Mrs. Sullivan in Ray Donovan and Nance in Shameless.
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