Originally from Oklahoma, LA-based actor Mary Anthony graduated with a B.F.A. in Acting from the University of Oklahoma. While in school, she was selected to compete in the American College Theater Festival two years in a row and was an Irene Ryan Acting nominee both years. She was also selected to study at the Terry Schreiber Studio (NYC) in their On Camera Intensive. Additionally, she wrote and directed the short film, VENDING MACHINE, which was selected for the Clermont-Ferrand Film Festival as well as Redbud Film Festival and Deadcenter Film Festival.
Once she relocated to LA, she started studying at Upright Citizens Brigade and Playhouse West. She played Amy in the West Coast Premiere of TAPE at the Playhouse West theater. She performs weekly on the UCB house Harold team, LEROY. Additionally, her all female indie team, FASHION SHOW AT LUNCH, has hosted shows at UCB and performed at San Francisco Sketch Fest and the LA Indie Improv Festival.
Her indie team, SWIMMING LESSONS, has performed at the Del Close Marathon (NYC) and the LA Indie Improv Festival and can be seen hosting their show COMMUNITY POOL at the Clubhouse Mainstage and UCB's inner sanctum stage. She's also been featured on the podcasts "I'm Too Effing High", "The Meat", and "Extra,Extra".