A popular face among people, Mary-Margaret Humes is an American actress, born on April 4, 1954, in Watertown, New York, U.S. The former Miss Florida and third runner-up in Miss USA, has featured many of the television series and movies with the reputation of being a good actress.
Mary spent her childhood in Watertown. She started her education at Watertown High School and established herself as a model competing as Miss Thousand Islands in 1973 Miss New York State contest. Mary has won the title Miss Florida and third runner in Miss USA in 1975.
She was found publicizing her photograph, name and telephone number on a billboard noticeable from the 20th Century Fox studios part. The announcement was seen by Mel Brooks, who called and approached her to peruse for a section in "History of the World: Part I" in 1981.
Mary-Margaret Humes has been serving to the Hollywood industry since 1980 and was encouraged by Burt Reynolds to proceed to Hollywood. Mary debuted as Tinker in the episode "Mason Dixon's Girls" of the television series "The Dukes of Hazard". She has contributed to many of the television series like "Grey's Anatomy", "Matlock", "Knight Rider", "Murphy Brown", "The A-Team" and so on with guest appearance in some of them. She has additionally worked as regular on the short-lived NBC series Eerie, Indiana in 1991. Mary, having an American nationality, has really done hard work for the fame in the industry.
Mary-Margaret Humes, an actress belonging to white ethnicity is mostly renowned for her fictional character as Gail Leer in "Dawson's Creek". Mary stands at a rather average height of about 5 feet 5 inches (1.65 m). She married Raul A. Bruce back in late 1991. They don't have any children up to now. Mary at the age of 62, has been estimated to have a net worth of massive $31.6 million.