Mary Eaton is one of those quintessential American celebrities who had a remarkable career in films, theatre, and television. Born into a prosperous family in Ohio, Mary grew up with an insatiable passion for performing. She trained at various dance studios including the famed Dancing Bear studio where she honed her skills as a dancer. Following a stint in Broadway, Mary headed off on a highly successful career in films and theatre.
Mary Eaton was an American stage actor, singer, and dancer during the early 1910s and the late 1930s, probably most famous now from her role in the first ever Marx Brothers movie, The Cocoanuts. A celebrated professional dancer since childhood, she enjoyed much success in different theatre roles including the Ziegfeld Follies and Cats. Mary’s first breakout role came in an unknown play called The Mysterious Lady, which was developed by her mentor, Arthur Miller. It was not until the end of the decade that Mary’s acting career began to prosper, culminating in the role of Cleopatra in The Lion King. Following her starring role, Mary Eaton was nominated for an Academy Award for her performance as The Mysterious Lady, which made her a star.
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Mary has been portrayed by a variety of actors over the course of her lifetime. She is perhaps most recognized for her portrayal of Julia, the spunky yet flirtatious show girl who appears in Breakfast at Tiffany’s. After her Broadway appearances, Mary was nominated for another Academy Award for her performance as the title character in the film version of Breakfast at Tiffany’s. She went on to star in a number of other Broadway plays including Cleopatra and later Elvis.
As a professional actor, Mary Eaton had a variety of roles in movies and stage plays throughout the course of her acting career. Among those notable roles are those in movies such as Saturday Night Fever, Grease, Big Fish, Pretty Woman, Edward Scissorhands, and Grease II. She also appeared in a number of TV shows, including Leave it to Die, Here Come the Money Makers, Do Something Funny, Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure, and There’s Something About Mary. Mary has also been nominated a number of times for awards, most notably for her performances in Grease, Saturday Night Fever, and Grease II. She later appeared in other movies such as Meet the Parents and How I Live Now.
Mary Eaton is also known for her vocal talent, which has been described in some instances as being among the best ever provided by any female vocalist. Her vocal abilities are best demonstrated in the audio recordings produced by her long time friend and colleague Edith Piaf in the late nineteen twenties and early nineteen thirties. In these recordings Mary Eaton’s voice is heard, providing beautiful harmonies along with a wide range of wonderful voices on the radio during the early and late nineteen twenties.
Mary Eaton was born in New York City and was known as Mary Forde until her death from natural causes in November of 2021. To celebrate her accomplishments as an entertainer, Mary Eaton donated her body to science by helping to preserve it for study. Mary’s remains are currently being held at the Catholic Cemetery of the Resurrection in New York City. Her grave is guarded day-to-day.