Mary McGuckian

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Mary McGuckian was born on 27 May, 1963 in Northern Ireland, United Kingdom, is an Actor, Director, Writer, Producer. Discover Mary McGuckian’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 57 years old?

Popular AsMary McGuckian
OccupationActor, Director, Writer, Producer
Age57 years old
Zodiac SignGemini
Born27 May 1963
Birthday27 May
BirthplaceNorthern Ireland, United Kingdom
NationalityUnited Kingdom

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Who Is Mary McGuckian’s Husband?

Her husband is John Lynch (m. 1997–2012)

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Mary McGuckian Net Worth

She net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Mary McGuckian worth at the age of 57 years old? Mary McGuckian’s income source is mostly from being a successful Actor. She is from United Kingdom. We have estimated Mary McGuckian’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020$1 Million – $5 Million
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Timeline of Mary McGuckian


‘A Girl from Mogadishu’ (2020) stars Aja Naomi King, Barkhad Abdi and Maryam Mursals in the story of Irish Somali activist, Ifrah Ahmed’s journey from war-torn Somalia to global activist against Female Genital Mutilation. It premiered at the 2019 Dublin International Film Festival, Edinburgh International Film Festival and won the Audience Award at the 42nd edition of the Mill Valley Film Festival. Other awards included the Audience and Jury awards at the Semaine de Cinima Britannique in France and the Cinema For Peace Foundation award for its contribution to Women’s Empowerment at the 2020 Berlin Film Festival.


The Price of Desire (2013/2014) is the story of the inception of 20th-century architecture told in the context of how Le Corbusier completely effaced Eileen Gray. The cast included Irish actress Orla Brady as Eileen Gray, Swiss actor Vincent Perez as her nemesis, Le Corbusier and Francesco Scianna and Alanis Morissette as her lovers the architect Jean Badovici and French chanteuse Marisa Damia. The film premiered at the 2015 Jameson Dublin International Film Festival.


“The Novelist” (2011/2012) is an Experimental Performance Piece About A Writer Struggling Between Artistry And Addiction Starring Eric Roberts among others.

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“Man on the Train” (2010/2011) is a Remake Of Patrice Le Conte’s 2001 Film By The Same Name With Donald Sutherland And Larry Mullen Jr which was released by Tribeca in 2012.


The company of cast and crew which evolved in the making of the trilogy have spent the last year making ‘The Making of Plus One, with Kate, Cate and George, The Story of a Hollywood Nobody’. A sort of ‘Plus One’ to the ‘amorality trilogy’, the picture commenced principal photography during The Cannes Film Festival in 2008, which setting explores the incongruous clash of the creative and commercial aspects of independent feature film making. It was completed in May 2009.

“The Making of Plus One” (2008/2009), Also Devised In Collaboration With Lothaire Bluteau, Geraldine Chaplin, Donna D’Errico, Michael Eklund, Suzan-Lori Parks, Jordi Molla, Amanda Plummer, John Sessions, Sara Stockbridge And Jennifer Tilly.


“Inconceivable (2007/2008). Devised In Collaboration With Lothaire Bluteau, Geraldine Chaplin, Donna D’Errico, Colm Feore, Kerry Fox, Andie Macdowell, Elizabeth Mcgovern, Jordi Molla, Amanda Plummer, John Sessions, Sara Stockbridge And Jennifer Tilly.


More lately, she has turned her interest and attention to the exploration of innovative film-making techniques aimed at integrating a more collaborative style of production in order to prioritize performance values with the aim of making contemporary drama more compelling to audiences. Using a combination of modern script styles and extended character development work with collaborating actors who then improvise their own dialogue directly on set, the first film of her ‘amorality’ trilogy, Rag Tale, was conceived. Allied to the latest in digital photographic and post production technology, her process continues to redefine the conventional linear filmmaking process into a much more integrated and collaborative style of filmmaking as many of the cast and crew of Rag Tale joined her on Intervention in New Mexico in 2006 and on Inconceivable in London and Las Vegas in 2007.

“Intervention” (2006/2007). Devised In Collaboration With Charles Dance, Donna D’Errico, Colm Feore, Rupert Graves, Gary Farmer, Kerry Fox, Ian Hart, Andie Mcdowell, Russell Means, Bill Patterson, John Sessions, Sara Stockbridge, Jennifer Tilly .


“Rag Tale” (2005/2006). Devised In Collaboration With Simon Callow, Lucy Davis, Kerry Fox, Rupert Graves, Ian Hart, David Hayman, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Cal Macaninch, Malcolm Mcdowell, Bill Patterson, John Sessions, Sara Stockbridge.


“The Bridge of San Luis Rey “(2003/2004). Which She Adapted From The Pulitzer Prize Winning Novel By Thornton Wilder With F Murray Abraham, Kathy Bates, Gabriel Byrne, Geraldine Chaplin, Robert De Niro, Harvey Keitel, John Lynch And Jim Sheridan.


In 2001, she established Pembridge Pictures in the UK to develop and finance a slate of pictures for a long-term international production strategy by accessing UK tax-incentive based funding in co-production with treaty partners of the UK such as the EU treaty countries and Canada. The first of these to commence principal photography was her adaptation of the Thornton Wilder classic, The Bridge of San Luis Rey, delivered in May 2004, which shot in Spain.


She was married to John Lynch in 1997. They separated in 2008.


“Words Upon the Windowpane” (1994/95) . Adapted From The One-Act Play By WB Yeats With Geraldine Chaplin, Ian Richardson, John Lynch & Jim Sheridan Which Was Selected For Venice, Sundance, London And Tokyo Film Festivals Among Others. THIS IS THE SEA 1996/97 .Adapted From Her Stage Play Hazel With Richard Harris, Gabriel Byrne, Samantha Morton & John Lynch. BEST 1999/2000 . Which Was Co-Written With Husband And Actor, John Lynch With John Lynch, Ian Bannen, Jerome Flynn, Ian Hart, Patsy Kensit, Stephen Fry & Rodger Daltry .


Returning to Ireland, she continued to work as an actor and playwright until invited to write screenplays by various producers in the emergent Irish film industry of the early 1990s. At this point, she set up her own company, Pembridge Productions, to develop and produce feature film projects. The company was active as a co-producer on many Irish feature films and also produced three pictures which she wrote and directed. Words Upon the Window Pane, (adapted from the play by WB Yeats), This Is the Sea, (an adaptation of her own play ‘Hazel’ and Best, (the life story of Northern Irish footballer George Best); all essentially Irish subjects rooted in her cultural heritage.


Mary McGuckian (born 27 May 1963) is a film director, producer and screenwriter from Northern Ireland.