Nash Bridges, ER and Ray Donovan actor Mary Mara’s reason behind demise has been decided. Mara, who was discovered lifeless Sunday within the St. Lawrence River in Cape Vincent, NY, died of asphyxiation because of drowning, in response to the Jefferson County Medical Examiner’s Office post-mortem report. Her demise was dominated unintended and an investigation is continuous, New York State police mentioned.

Mara was discovered within the river Sunday morning by troopers and Cape Vincent Fire and Ambulance following a report of a doable drowning. There was no indication of foul play, police mentioned on the time.

A household spokesperson mentioned Mara was staying on the summer time residence of her sister, Martha Mara, of Syracuse, when the accident occurred. The property fronts the river outdoors the Village of Cape Vincent, within the Thousand Islands area, the place the St. Lawrence separates Canada and the U.S.

Mara was identified for her work in scores of movies and TV exhibits, and on the stage off-Broadway and in Los Angeles. She was a sequence common, portraying Inspector Byrn Carson, for the primary two seasons of CBS’ Don Johnson-Cheech Marin police drama Nash Bridges. She is perhaps greatest identified for her recurring position as Loretta Sweet, a sympathetic, down-and-out prostitute and single mom, on the NBC sequence ER.

She appeared in 1992’s Love Potion No. 9 with Sandra Bullock and Tate Donovan and performed Billy Crystal’s daughter within the movie Mr. Saturday Night. Her different TV credit embody Law & Order, Dexter, Shameless and Lost.

Mara is survived by her stepdaughter, Katie Mersola; her sister, Martha Mara; one other sister and a brother-in-law, Susan Mara and Scott Dailey; and a nephew, Christopher Dailey.

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