Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio stars in "Limitless" on CBS as Nasreen Awad.

Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio made her screen debut in Martin Scorsese's "The King of Comedy" and followed that with the role of Al Pacino's sister in "Scarface." Scorsese later cast her to star opposite Tom Cruise and Paul Newman in "The Color of Money," which earned her an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress in 1986. Mastrantonio starred in Martha Coolidge's "Three Wishes" and the biographical drama "Two Bits" with Al Pacino, as well as "My LIfe So Far," alongside Colin Firth and Rosemary Harris, and Wolfgang Petersen's "The Perfect Storm," starring opposite George Clooney, Mark Wahlberg and Diane Lane.

Mastrantonio starred in "Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves," as Maid Marion, opposite Kevin Costner, Alan J. Pakula's "Consenting Adults," the courtroom drama "Class Action" with Gene Hackman, the suspense drama "White Sands," James Cameron's thriller "The Abyss," and both "Fools of Fortune" and "The January Man," directed by husband Pat O'Connor.

On television, Mastrantonio recently played the recurring roles of Kelly Burkhardt in NBC's "Grimm," Mary Kincaid in CBS's "Hostages," Captain Zoe Callas in "Law & Order: Criminal Intent" and Anne Cassidy in CBS's "Without a Trace." She also starred in A&E's original movie "The Brooke Ellison Story," directed by Christopher Reeves.

On Broadway, Mastrantonio made her debut as an understudy in the revival of "West Side Story" and went on to appear in several more musicals, including "Copperfield," "The Human Comedy" and the revival of "Man of La Mancha," for which she received a Tony Award nomination. Other New York stage credits include the Broadway productions of "The Marriage of Figaro," "Oh, Brother!," and "Amadeus" with Frank Langella, as well as Shakespeare in the Park productions of "Henry V," "Measure for Measure" and "Twelfth Night." She also appeared at Lincoln Center in "Northeast Local" with Anthony LaPaglia, as well as in off-Broadway stagings of "Sunday in the Park with George" and David Hare's "The Knife" at the Public Theatre. In London, Mastrantonio starred in "Grand Hotel" at the Donmar Warehouse and more recently in "A View from the Bridge" in the West End.

Mastrantonio began her performing career as a singer at Nashville's Opryland theme park after studying voice at the University of Illinois.

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Age: 58 years old
Birthday: November 17, 1958
Height: 5' 4"
Birthplace: Lombard, IL
Husband: Pat O'Connor

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