Mary Bacon

Mary Bacon

Mary Bacon is an actress living in New York City with her husband Andrew Leynse and son Abadi. She has worked on and off Broadway, and in tv/film/ and various commercials. She has taught actors at the Einhorn School of Performing Arts, she is a long time member of the Actors Center and is ever grateful for the community.

Select credits include:

Broadway: Rock N’ Roll, Arcadia.

Off-Broadway: Charles Busch’s “The Tribute Artist”, Horton Foote’s “Harrison, TX” ,  and Lucinda Coxon’s “Happy Now” with Primary Stages;  “Giant”  at the Public; “Days to Come” and Lortel and Drama Desk nominated  “Women Without Men” and “The Madras House” at The Mint;  “Becky Shaw”, Second Stage;  “Eccentricities of A Nightingale”, “The Late Christopher Bean” and “Happy Birthday” with TACT.

Regional Theatre: “The Widow Lincoln”, Ford’s Theatre; “Just like Us”, Denver Center;  “Children” Westport Playhouse/ Williamstown Theatre Festival; “Crimes of the Heart”, McCarter; “Don Juan”, Seattle Rep/The McCarter/ The Old Globe; Molly Smith Metzler’s  premiere of “The May Queen”, Chautauqua Theatre Festival and many others.

TV/FILM: Blacklist, Madam Secretary, Elementary, Donny!, Law and Order SVU, Boardwalk Empire, The Good Wife, Mildred Pierce,  Jonny Zero, Third Watch, PBS’s American Experience, Nickelodeon’s The Gaveltons. Various commercials and voice-overs and podcasts.

BFA from Carnegie Mellon.

Founding member and co-chair with Heidi Armbruster of the Dorset Theatre Festival’s Women Artists Writing. (dtf waw)