At the age of 70 years, the famous American actress and screenwriter Mary Pat Gleason died. According to the authoritative publication in the world of cinema Variety, the cause of death was cancer.
Gleason made her movie debut as an actress in 1982. In 1986, she was awarded the Daytime Emmy Awards, as co-author of the script for the series “Obituary Guiding Light”.
The actress has starred in more than 160 films, including “Mom”, “Will & Grace”, “A Cinderella Story”, “American Housewife” and others.
But her popularity has brought her work in popular series – “Friends”, “Ambulance”, “Mentalist”, ” and others.