Mary Alice, who played the Pythia in the movie The Matrix, died on Wednesday, July 27 at the age of 85.
Mary Alice, an American actress who played in The Matrix Revolutions, has died at the age of 85 in her Manhattan apartment. This is reported by The Hollywood Reporter.
It is noted that the death of the star was confirmed by a representative of the New York police, but the cause of death is not called.
The former school teacher from Chicago made her film debut in 1974 , playing in the film The Training of Sonny Carson. In 1987, she received a Tony Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Play for her performance in Fences. In 1993, she received an Emmy Award for her role in the TV series I'm Flying Away.
In 2000, for outstanding achievements in cinematography and on the theater stage, the actress was included in the American Theater Hall of Fame.
Great popularity The winner of the Tony and Emmy brought the film The Matrix, where she played the role of Pythia.
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