Mary Harron Movies and Career Information

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Jan 12, 1953
Actor, Director and Writer

Mary Harron (born 12 January 1953) is a Canadian filmmaker and screenwriter best known for her films I Shot Andy Warhol, American Psycho and The Notorious Bettie Page. Born in Ontario, Canada, Harron grew up with a family that was entrenched in the world of film and theater. Her father, Donald Harron, is an actor, author, director, comedian, and writer. Harron’s first stepmother, Virginia Leith, was discovered by Stanley Kubrick and acted in one of his first films. She also had featured roles in other movies such as the 1956 version of A Kiss Before Dying and The Brain That Wouldn't Die (Leith’s brief acting career partly inspired Harron's interest in making The Notorious Bettie Page). Harron’s stepfather is Stephen Vizinczey, a novelist and screen writer, and another of her stepmothers is the singer Catherine McKinnon. Harron’s sister, Kelley Harron, is an actor and producer. Harron moved to England when she was thirteen and later attended St Anne's College, Oxford University. Whilst in England she dated Tony Blair, who would later become the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. She then moved to New York City and was part of its 1970s punk scene. She helped start and write for

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