Mary Page Keller - born March 3, 1961 in Monterey Park, California - is an American television and film actor, who portrayed Susan Osborne in the second season episode Molly, You in Danger, Girl on ABC's Scandal.
Background & Personal LifeEdit
Mary received formal training at the University of Maryland and the Boston Conservatory of Music, leading to various parts in musical theatre in Washington D.C. After training in New York, doing everything from Soap Opera to dinner theatre she relocated to Los Angeles.
She continues to reside in Los Angeles with her former Another World co-star Thomas Ian Griffith with their two sons.
Mary is known for many roles on both daytime and primetime television. On daytime television she’s appeared in several soap operas including Ryan's Hope (1982-83), Another World (1983-85). In primetime she played the part of Laura Kelly on two different FOX series, Duet and its spinoff Open House. She also appeared for one season on ABC's Life Goes On (1990-91). Other primetime series she's had series starring roles on include Baby Talk (1991), Camp Wilder (1992) and Joe's Life.
She has made guest appearances on several primetime television series including: Grimm, Perception, Supernatural, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, NCIS: Los Angeles, The Closer, Castle, Mad Men, Criminal Minds and NCIS
Mary’s recurring roles include Dianne Fitzgerald on Pretty Little Liars, Emily Chase on Hart of Dixie, Sarah on 24, Grace Bridges on Commander in Chief, Andrea Hall on Nip/Tuck, Brigid Scofield on NYPD Blue, Cmdr. Beth O’Neil on JAG, Melissa Halpern on The Practice and Monica Lang on Providence.
Some of her feature film credits include The Negotiator (1998) opposite Kevin Spacey, and the political thriller Ulterior Motives (1993), which she also produced. Some of her made for TV movie credits include Deception: A Mother's Secret (1991) and Those She Left Behind (1989).