Mary Willard Biography – Mary Willard Wiki
Mary Willard was a playwright, TV writer, and wife of Fred Willard, an American actor, comedian, and writer, known for his roles in mockumentaries including This Is Spinal Tap, Waiting for Guffman and Best in Show.
As a playwright, Mary’s first play was the comedy, Elvis and Juliet. Her other works include musical comedy Moon Shine!, the play An Occasional Sin, produced by the Company of Angels Theatre in Los Angeles in 2005; Deathtroupe, produced by the Grove Theatre in Upland, California in 2010; and A Really, Really, Good Time, Holly Jolly, Christmas Carol produced by the Grove in December 2012. In 1995 her short plays, Meanwhile, Back At The Ranch, At The Vanity Fair, The Old Folks At Home, The Wedding Waltz, A Little New York Romance, Murder, She Rewrote, and Chateaux Beaux Eaux were produced by the Burbage Theatre in Los Angeles as “A Show Of Farce.”
Her television credits include A Year At The Top, produced by Norman Lear, starring Greg Evigan and Paul Shaffer; Fernwood Tonight and a “ghostwriting” stint for The Love Boat. She also appeared as a regular on ABC’s The Home Show.
Mary Willard Age
Mary was born on May 8, 1947, in Boston, Massachusetts, United States as Mary Lovell. She died on July 13, 2018. She was 71 years old.
Fred Willard Wife
Fred Willard was married to his wife Mary Lovell Willard from 1968 until her death on July 13, 2018. They met in San Francisco and were married for 50 years.
Mary Willard Daughter
Mary Willard and Fred Willard had a daughter Hope Willard who was born in 1969.
Mary Willard Death
Mary died on July 13, 2018, at the age of 71.
Mary Willard Cause of Death
Mary Willard’s cause of death was not revealed.