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|Birth date:||July 8, 1952|
|Birth place:||Chicago, Illinois, United States|
|Death date:||May 20, 2015, Montecito, California, United States|
|Spouse:||Robert Zemeckis (m. 1980–2000)|
|Movies:||Lethal Weapon, The Goonie, Romancing the Stone, Die Hard, Ghostbusters II, Scrooged, Death Becomes Her|
|TV shows:||Parker Lewis Can't Lose, Relativity|
Mary Ellen Trainor Net Worth, Biography, Wiki 2017-2016
Mary Ellen Trainor was born on 8 July 1952, in Montecito, California USA, and was an actress, best known to be part of the “Lethal Weapon” films playing the psychiatrist Dr. Stephanie Woods. She was also part of the film “The Goonies” as Irene Walsh. All of her endeavors helped put her net worth to where it was prior to her passing in 2015.
How rich was Mary Ellen Trainor? As of early-2017, sources estimate a net worth that was at $10 million, mostly earned through a successful career as an actress. She was part of many films since the 1980s and also took on many television roles. All of these achievements ensured the position of her wealth.
Mary Ellen Trainor Net Worth $10 million
Trainor attended San Diego State University studying broadcast journalism. After graduating, she worked at radio stations KCBS and KSDO.
In 1983, she made her first television appearance in an episode of “Cheers”, a sitcom that focused on a bar named Cheers located in Boston. Thanks to this opportunity, she would then make her big screen debut in “Romancing the Stone” directed by Robert Zemeckis, which proved highly successful both critically and financially. This was the start of a long working relationship, and she also appeared in several films by Richard Donner, aside from which she appeared in the Steven Spielberg film “1941”. Other projects she was a part of include “Back to the Future” which starred Michael J. Fox, which become the highest grossing film of 1985. She was also part of the film “Forrest Gump” starring Tom Hanks and Sally Field, based on the novel of the same name. Mary also became part of “Congo” and “Anywhere But Here”, before in 1987 being cast in “Lethal Weapon” starring Mel Gibson and Danny Glover, and would reprise her role in the next three “Lethal Weapon” films. She also appeared in “Back to the Future Part II”, and was a part of 1989’s “Ghostbusters II”. Thanks to these numerous opportunities, her net worth continuously increased.
While making films, she also had several television roles. She joined the cast of the teen sitcom “Parker Lewis Can’t Lose” from 1990 to 1991, and in 1996 she became part of “Relativity”, but which was short-lived. In 1999, she was cast in “Roswell” as the character Diane Evans; the science fiction show was based on the young adult book series entitled “Roswell High”.
For her personal life, it is known that Mary was married to Academy Award-winning director Robert Zemeckis for 20 years – they have a son, but divorced in 2000. Their son also appeared in several films such as “Contact” and “Rabbit Fever”. She was also good friends with producer Kathleen Kennedy. In 2015, Trainor passed away in Montecino, California, due to complications from pancreatic cancer.
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|McBride: Requiem||2008||TV Movie||Elizabeth Lucas|
|Cake: A Wedding Story||2007||Jane Andrews|
|The Music Inside||2005||Monica Amado|
|Freaky Friday||2003||Diary Reading Patient|
|Moonlight Mile||2002||Mrs. Meyerson|
|Roswell||1999-2002||TV Series||Diane Evans|
|Amy's Orgasm||2001||Amy's Mom|
|Anywhere But Here||1999||Homeowner|
|Mi casa, su casa||1998||Short||Mrs. Holcomb|
|Someone to Love Me||1998||TV Movie||Jocelyn Hart|
|Lethal Weapon 4||1998||Dr. Stephanie Woods|
|Hope||1997||TV Movie||Maize Burns|
|Relativity||1996-1997||TV Series||Eve Lukens|
|Executive Decision||1996||Allison, Flight Attendant|
|A Face to Die For||1996||TV Movie||Mrs. Gilmore|
|Seduced and Betrayed||1995||TV Movie||Charlotte|
|Little Giants||1994||Karen O'Shea|
|Forrest Gump||1994||Jenny's Babysitter (uncredited)|
|Parker Lewis Can't Lose||1990-1993||TV Series||Mrs. Lewis|
|Death Becomes Her||1992||Vivian Adams|
|Lethal Weapon 3||1992||Stephanie Woods|
|Grand Canyon||1991||Ms. Green|
|Fire Birds||1990||Janet Little|
|The Outsiders||1990||TV Series|
|Rock Hudson||1990||TV Movie||Female Agent|
|Fear Stalk||1989||TV Movie||Jennifer|
|Back to the Future Part II||1989||Officer Reese (uncredited)|
|Lethal Weapon 2||1989||Police Psychiatrist|
|Ghostbusters II||1989||Brownstone Mother|
|Tales from the Crypt||1989||TV Series||Wife|
|Die Hard||1988||Gail Wallens|
|The Monster Squad||1987||Emily|
|Amazing Stories||1987||TV Series||Mara Webster|
|Remington Steele||1986-1987||TV Series||Estelle Becker|
|CBS Schoolbreak Special||1986||TV Series||Helen Dawson|
|The Goonies||1985||Mrs. Walsh|
|Crazy Like a Fox||1985||TV Series|
|The Stone Boy||1984||Doris Simms|
|Romancing the Stone||1984||Elaine|
|1941||1979||associate to producer|
|Hardcore||1979||assistant to producer|
|Big Wednesday||1978||assistant to producer|
|The History of Coolness: A Look Back at 'Parker Lewis Can't Lose'||2009||Video documentary short||Herself|
|The 67th Annual Academy Awards||1995||TV Special||Herself - Audience Member|
|The 52nd Annual Golden Globe Awards||1995||TV Special||Herself - Audience Member|
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