Mary-Louise Parker is a multi-award winning actress with a diverse career in film, television and theater. Her work in television on Showtime's Weeds has garnered four Golden Globe nominations, including one Golden Globe win, six SAG nominations, three Emmy nominations, as well as one Satellite win in five nominations. In addition to her awards for Weeds, Parker is also the winner of another Golden Globe, a Tony, an Emmy, two Obies, as well as numerous other nominations for her other works seen throughout her revered career. Audiences most recently saw Parker on the big screen in the hit action-comedy Red with Bruce Willis, Morgan Freeman, John Malkovich and Helen Mirren. Her upcoming feature films include Red 2, R.I.P.D. the action-comedy starring Ryan Reynolds and Kevin Bacon; the drama Jamesy Boy alongside James Woods and Ving Rhames and Behaving Badly with Elizabeth Shue and Dylan McDermott. On the small screen, Parker's work in Mike Nichols' highly acclaimed Angels In America garnered her Emmy and Golden Globe wins and a SAG nomination. She received Emmy nominations for her performance on The West Wing and for her starring role in Robber Bride, for which she won the Gemini Award. Parker also starred in Sugartime, A Place For Annie, Saint Maybe, Cupid & Cate, The Simple Truth Of Noah Dearborn, Miracle Run and Vinegar Hill. Parker's impressive film oeuvre includes the dark Christian comedy Saved!, opposite Mandy Moore, and Romance & Cigarettes, written and directed by John Turturro and produced by the Coen Brothers. Parker is known widely for her starring roles in Fried Green Tomatoes, Grand Canyon, Reckless, Boys On The Side, The Client, Naked In New York, Bullets Over Broadway, The Best Thief In The World, Longtime Companion, Pipe Dream, Red Dragon, The Spiderwick Chronicles, Solitary Man, Howl and The Five Senses, for which she was nominated for a Genie Award for 'Best Actress'. Parker also boasts a highly acclaimed and extensive stage career. She made her Broadway debut to rave reviews in Prelude To A Kiss, garnering a Tony® nomination, a Theatre World Award, The Clarence Derwent Award and a Drama Desk nomination. She originated the role of 'Li'l Bit' in the critically lauded How I Learned To Drive, which earned her an Obie Award, a Lucille Lortel Award and an Outer Critics Circle nomination. Her performance in Proof earned her the 2001 Tony® Award, as well as the Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle, Drama League, Lucille Lortel, Obie and New York Magazine Awards. She also earned the 2001 T. Schreiber Award for 'Outstanding Achievement in Theatre.' She also starred in Reckless, for which she received her third Tony® nomination. In 2008, Parker starred in the Playwrights Horizons production of Sarah Ruhl's Dead Man's Cell Phone. She was most recently seen in the Broadway revival of Hedda Gabler, directed by Ian Rickson. Additional theatre credits include Communicating Doors, Bus Stop, Four Dogs And A Bone, The Art Of Success, Throwing Your Voice, Babylon Gardens, The Importance Of Being Earnest, Up In Saratoga, The Miser and Hayfever. She co-founded the Edge Theater, where she performed in The Age Of Pie and The Girl In Pink, among other productions. Parker is currently a contributing writer for Esquire magazine. She won the Robert Brustein Award for 'Excellence in Theater' and the Philadelphia Film Festival Award for 'Career Achievement'. Her personal and professional belongings, along with career memorabilia, are archived at the Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center at Boston University, where she was the youngest person ever inducted.