Mary Pat Gleason stars in National Geographic Channel's original movie "Killing Kennedy" as Lee Harvey Oswald's mother, Marguerite.

Mary Pat Gleason is a staple in television, having appeared on hugely popular shows, such as "Friends," "Will and Grace," "Desperate Housewives," "Full House," "Murphy Brown," "Saved by the Bell," "Sex and the City" and "Suddenly Susan." The American film and television actress built up her career by taking on a wide range of roles that expanded her talents and experiences.

Gleason's array of film credits include roles in "Basic Instinct," "Traffic," "Bruce Almighty," "13 Going on 30," "The Island" and "A Cinderella Story." In 2008, she landed a role in the dramedy "Bottle Shock," which starred Chris Pine, Alan Rickman, Bill Pullman and Dennis Farina. Gleason was also seen in the romantic comedy "Because I Said So," starring Mandy Moore and Diane Keaton. She also voiced a character in "Duckman: Private Dick/Family Man."

In addition to her many accolades in film and TV, her credentials have also branched out to other realms. She won a Daytime Emmy Award in 1986, for writing "Guiding Light." She is also known for writing and performing "Stopping Traffic," a one-woman show that chronicles her real life and struggle with a bipolar disorder.

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