This is the only fanlisting listed at The Fanlistings Network for the American actress Mary McDonnell. It was previously owned by Mesh of auspix.net and has been run by Trialia since October 2007. The layout, made using Adobe Photoshop 7.0, Notepad and Mozilla Firefox, uses a promotional image from Mary's upcoming (as of 13/06/09) appearance in The Closer. The images that I used to make the codes were courtesy of Mary McDonnell Fan and Katherine. The original images do not belong to me, and I don't own any copyright over Mary (can you copyright a person?) or any of her work and I don't claim to. I'm just a fan. If you don't know what a fanlisting is, the simple explanation is that it's just a list of fans of a particular subject, whatever that subject may be, from all around the world, a sort of link network for those who have sites and/or email addresses to find other fans. Anyone with an email address can join - you don't need to have a website, but if you do, you can link back with a code to show other people that you're a fan. ^_^ More information can be found at TFL.org, the largest fanlisting directory in existence.
Born in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania in 1952, and having attended high school in Ithaca, New York, Mary has been acting for most of her life, beginning with the stage and moving through roles in a multitude of films. She is married to fellow actor Randle Mell, with whom she has two children, Olivia and Michael. Prior to her role playing teacher and one-time president Laura Roslin in a reimagining of the post-apocalyptic science fiction TV show Battlestar Galactica, she was best known for her role in the 1990 film Dances With Wolves, in which she played Stands With A Fist, a white woman adopted by Sioux Indians, and in Passion Fish, in which she played the role of the protagonist, a paraplegic former soap actress. She completed filming on the fourth and last season of Battlestar Galactica in early 2009, and is known to be working on various projects including an appearance in The Closer (see layout image) and creating a one-woman show from the late Nuala O'Faolain's novel Are You Somebody?