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MARY MCCORMACK (Grace Finney)  has been working steadily since achieving critical acclaim for her role as Howard Stern's wife in "Private Parts." Most notably, she completed a successful run starring as Sally Bowles in The Roundabout Theatre Company's Broadway revival of "Cabaret" at Studio 54, opposite Alan Cumming and directed by Sam Mendes. MeCormack has recently been seen in a succession of films. First up was "K-PAX" opposite Jeff Bridges and Kevin Spacey, followed by "High Heels and Low Lifes" opposite Minnie Driver. She also made a cameo appearance in the independent film "World Traveler," starring Julianne Moore and Billy Crudup and directed by Bart Freundlich. She also appeared in Steven Soderbergh's "Full Frontal," opposite Julia Roberts, David Duchovny and Catherine Keener, and "Madison" starring Jim Caviezel and Bruce Dern.

Mcormack will next be seen in "Traffic," a miniseries based on the BBC miniseries and Academy Award®-winning film of the same name. The miniseries will air on the USA Network in January 2004.

McCormack appeared in the independent films "Other Voices," starring opposite Stockard Channing and Campbell Scott, and in "The Broken Hearts Club," opposite John Mahoney, Timothy Olyphant and Nia Long, both of which premiered at the 2000 Sundance Film Festival. She also starred in the short film "Big Love," opposite Sam Rockwell, which appeared at the 2001 Sundance Film Festival.

McCormack portrayed the President of the World Hair Federation alongside Frances Fisher and Craig Ferguson in "The Big Tease." She also appeared with Sandra Bullock and Liam Neeson in "Gun Shy" and in the 1999 Sundance Film Festival premiere, "Getting to Know You," alongside Heather Matarazzo and Bebe Neuwirth.

Additionally, McCormack starred in the London stage production of Neil LaBute's play "Bash" at the Alameda Theatre opposite Matthew Lillard and directed by Joe Mantello.

McCormack's additional feature film credits include a role in "Mystery, Alaska," opposite Russell Crowe, "True Crime," directed by Clint Eastwood, "Deep Impact," "The Alarmist," "Fathers' Day," "Cohn Fitz," "Miracle on 34th Street" and "Backfirel" McCormack received critical acclaim for her series regular role as Justine Appleton on the Steven Bochco television series "Murder One."

McCormack's additional stage credits include the David Warren-directed productions of "My Marriage to Ernest Borgnine" and "A Fair Country."

Born in Plainfield, New Jersey, McCormack is a graduate of Trinity College and resides in Los Angeles.

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