Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio

Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio

Highest Rated: 89% The Color of Money (1986)

Lowest Rated: 13% Three Wishes (1995)

Birthday: Nov 17, 1958

Birthplace: Lombard, Illinois, USA

A gifted actress and singer, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio was blessed with a striking beauty and undeniable screen presence that brought her recognition alongside some of filmdom's biggest stars. After making her impressive, blood-soaked feature film debut in Brian De Palma's controversial gangster epic "Scarface" (1983), she performed on the stages of New York for a time before returning to the screen opposite multi-generational screen idols Paul Newman and Tom Cruise in Martin Scorsese's "The Color of Money" (1986). However, consequent efforts such as "Slam Dance" (1987) and "The January Man" (1989) failed to capitalize on that early success. Although visionary director James Cameron's ambitious undersea epic "The Abyss" (1989) placed the actress back in the spotlight, the exhausting and dangerous experience on the set of the adventure may have also soured her taste for blockbuster filmmaking. Early 1990s work included starring turns in respectable films like "Class Action" (1991) and "Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves" (1991), followed by participation in the easily forgotten "White Sands" (1992) and "Consenting Adults" (1992). While her output decreased in the years that followed, the actress resurfaced occasionally in high-profile projects like "The Perfect Storm" (2000). Even though her films were not all met with rave reviews, Mastrantonio's innate talent allowed her to retain a highly respected reputation as one if Hollywood's more dependable actresses.


Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet 65% The Russell Girl Gayle Russell (Character) - 2008
No Score Yet 74% The Brooke Ellison Story Jean Ellison (Character) - 2004
No Score Yet No Score Yet Tabloid Natasha Fox (Character) - 2001
47% 64% The Perfect Storm Linda Greenlaw (Character) $182.6M 2000
70% 54% My Life So Far Moira (Character) $616.3K 1999
72% 69% Limbo Donna De Angelo (Character) $2M 1999
60% 70% Witness Protection Cindy Batton (Character) - 1999
13% 52% Three Wishes Jeanne Holman (Character) $6.7M 1995
40% 39% Two Bits Luisa Spirito (Character) $11.6K 1995
44% 42% White Sands Lane Bodine (Character) $8.2M 1992
25% 24% Consenting Adults Priscilla Parker (Character) $21.6M 1992
76% 51% Class Action Maggie Ward (Character) $23.9M 1991
51% 72% Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves Marian Dubois (Character) $165.1M 1991
No Score Yet No Score Yet Fools of Fortune Marianne (Character) $80.5K 1990
89% 83% The Abyss Lindsey Brigman (Character) $54.3M 1989
25% 28% The January Man Bernadette Flynn (Character) $4.3M 1988
20% 54% Slamdance Helen Drood (Character) $125.3K 1987
89% 73% The Color of Money Carmen (Character) $52.3M 1986
82% 93% Scarface Gina Montana (Character) $656.2K 1983


No Score Yet 70% Blindspot Madeline Burke (Guest Star) 2018-2020
58% 90% Limitless Nasreen "Naz" Pouran (Character) 2015-2016
89% 91% Grimm Kelly Burkhardt (Guest Star) 2014 2012
56% 67% Hostages Unknown (Guest Star) 2013-2014
No Score Yet 89% Blue Bloods Unknown (Guest Star) 2013
No Score Yet No Score Yet Law & Order: Criminal Intent Capt. Zoe Callas (Character) 2010
No Score Yet No Score Yet Without a Trace Unknown (Guest Star) 2005-2006
93% 94% Frasier Eileen (Guest Voice) 1995

QUOTES FROM Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio CHARACTERS

Luisa says: It ain't your heartache that no one's got it to give you.

Luisa says: What kind of world is it when someone you love can sit in the sun all day and not get some color in his cheeks?

Eddie Felson says: Do you smell that?

Vincent Lauria says: Smoke?

Carmen says: No, Money.

Carmen says: Vincent, you win one more game... you're gonna be humping your fist for a long time.

Mama Montana says: You know, all we hear about it in the papers, it's animals like you and the killings. It's Cubans like you who were given a bad name to all our people, people who come here and work hard, and make a good living for themselves. People who send you to school...

Gina says: No no Mama, that is all you're saying that's your son.

Mama Montana says: SON! I wish I had one. He's a bum.

Gina says: No.

Mama Montana says: He was a bum then, and he's a bum now! Who do you think you are? Hmm? We haven't heard a word from you in 5 years. (cinco anos) You still gonna show up here and throw some money around and you think you can get my respect? You think you can buy me with jewelry?

Lane Bodine says: You don't have to be straight with me, it's OK. But it doesn't lend itself to intimacy.

Lane Bodine says: You don't have to be straight with me. It's okay. But it doesn't lend itself to intimacy.

Gina says: [walks into Tony's office] ls this what you want, Tony? You can't stand for another man to be touching me. So you want me, Tony, huh? Huh?

Tony Montana says: What you talkin'?

Gina says: Oh, is that it, huh? [chuckles] Well, here I am, Tony. [Gina reveals a pistol and shoots at Tony] I'm all yours now, Tony, you see? I'm all yours now. [continues shooting] You better come and get me now. Come on! Come and get me, Tony. You do it now before it's too late. [Gina shoots Tony in the leg and laughs] Oh, come on, Tony. Fuck me, huh? [continues shooting] Fuck me, Tony!

Tony Montana says: Gina!

Gina says: Fuck me, Tony! Come on and just fuck me! [Gina shoots at the window and one of Sosa's men jumps out and shoots her]