Mary Hollis Inboden Bio, Parents, Net Worth
Pursuing a career in acting, stage actress Mary Hollis Inboden moved to Memphis from her hometown of Arkansas. An admirable feat, considering she was only 16 at the time.
But, it was at Chicago's Theater scene that The Real O'Neals star made a name for herself. After migrating to the Windy City in 2015, she went to found The New Colony Theatre.
For performances on plays such as Tupperware: An American Musical Fable, Calls to Blood, 5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche and The Warriors in the preceding years, the Chicago Reader honored her with the Best Local Actress in 2011.
Delve into Mary's biography to learn about her life beyond the theaters!
Boyfriend & Dating
Saying Mary maintains a low-key dating life would be an understatement. More importantly, her name is yet to get romantically riled up with a co-star, who could be her boyfriend.
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On social media though, she doesn't mind throwing husband and boyfriend labels on - well, newborn babies.
Mary Hollis Inboden with her "boyfriend" in April 2019 (Photo:- Mary Hollis Inboden's Instagram)
With everything said, Mary could be in a longterm relationship and perhaps already has a husband, but wants to keep it a private affair. In the age of internet trolls, who could blame her?
Bio - Ethnicity, Parents, Age & Height
Mary was born on 30th January 1986 to father, Hollis Kim & mother, Toni Inboden. Her parents were a married couple for almost six years when they had her.
Because her biological parents' ancestry is shrouded in ambiguity, discussion surrounding The Chicago Code actress' ethnicity often leads to hot debates. Based on the physical traits alone, she probably identifies as belonging to mixed ethnicity.
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Her somewhat small stature and five feet & five inches (1.65 m) height aren't indicative of her God-given courage. Back when she was 12 years of age, the 33-year-old managed to survive the 1998 Westside Middle School shooting. Sadly, her best friend didn't.
Twenty years after the shooting, Mary penned an emotional, vivid opinion piece for the New York Times, remembering the dark day.
Net Worth From TV Shows
However, the stated piece wasn't the first time that she had opened about the shooting. The Warriors - starring and written by her - was a play which touched on the very topic.
Mary brought the same kind of originality to her on-screen performances as well. Beyond The Real O'Neals, her acting credits include appearances on TV shows such as Boss, Speechless, American Princess and NCIS: Los Angeles.
Owning six-figure sum net worth hasn't tired the stage actress-turned-telly star's philanthropic ways. Back in 2015, she helped raise $2 thousand for AIDS Care Chicago: PR Casting Toy Drive.