George Carl Francisco was the first husband of famous movie star and actress Mary Stuart Masterson. Honestly, George owes his claim to fame to his former wife Mary. Before their marriage, he was not necessarily popular and after their separation, is name has somewhat vanished into thin air maybe because he prefers to be quiet about his life.
Due to his silence about his life, it is therefore not shocking that George has no information about his life, early life and childhood or even current whereabouts and personal life available on the internet. There is however information on his ex-wife Mary Stuart Masterson.
George Carl Francisco and Mary Stuart Masterson marriage
George Carl Francisco as stated above become known by the masses after he married Mary Stuart Masterson. Their marriage did not last long though, not at all.
Their marriage ended about two years after tying the knot without the media giving reasons for the failed marriage.
George Carl Francisco and Mary Stuart Masterson got married on 25th May, 1990 and legally got divorced in 1992. Eight years after the divorce, Mary got married the second time to filmmaker Damon Santo Stefano. That marriage also didn’t last long at all and ended after four years from 2000 to 20004.
Again in 2006, she decided to give the marriage thing another shot and wedded an actor named Jeremy Davidson after they starred together in the 2004 stage production of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. Their marriage did last see as in October 2009, she gave birth to their first child, a son named Phineas Bee and then in August 2011, she conceived a set of twins, a son and a daughter named Wilder and Clio.
George Carl Francisco ex-Wife
Mary Stuart Masterson is an American Actress, producer and director. She was born on 28th June, 1966 and she is 56 years old in 2022. She is the daughter of the well renowned writer, director, actor, producer M Carlos Bee Peter Masterson who was born in 1934 and the famous singer/actress F Carlin Elizabeth Glynn who was also born in 1940.
Her place of birth is not certain as some sources state Manhattan, others say New York City, New York, in the United States of America and cite Los Angeles, CA also in the USA. One thing they do have in common though is that she is a native of America.
She has two siblings who go by the names Peter Jr., and Alexandra. She attended Stagedoor Manor Performing Arts Training Centre in upstate New York with actors Robert Downey Jr. and Jon Cryer in her teenage days and then attended a few schools in New York, including an eight-month study of anthropology at New York University.
George Carl Francisco ex-wife is quite popular for starring in “Fried Green Tomatoes”. Her zodiac sign is Cancer.
George Carl Francisco Career
As we know, George Carl Francisco has decided to deprive the public of any information regarding himself, including information that are not necessarily private and too personal, so we are going to talk about his ex-wife career.
Mary’s first appearance in a film was at age eight when she played the daughter to her real-life biological dad Peter in the movie “The Stepford Wives” in 1975. She did not continue as a child actress, no. Instead, she decided to rather further her education although she made an appearance in more than a few productions at the Dalton School.
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Sometime in the 11980’s around ’85, George Carl Francisco’s ex-wife Mary Stuart portrayed Danni, a courageous teen running the soda shop in the stead of her seriously depressed father. She acted that role to help at the cinema “Heaven Help Us” and continued from there. In 1986, she, alongside Sean Penn and Christopher Walken acted the film “At Close Range.” She played Brad Jr’s girlfriend Terry, and the film based on an actual rural Pennsylvania crime family led by Bruce Johnston, Sr. during the 1960s and 1970s.
George Carl Francisco ex-wife has made many appearances Broadway theatre productions, films etc. She was nominated for a 2003 Tony Award as “Best Featured Actress in a Musical” in the Maury Yeston musical Nine: The Musical, directed by David Leveaux.
She has also has narrated several audiobooks, including I See You Everywhere by Julia Glass, Book of the Dead by Patricia Cornwell, The Quickie by James Patterson and Look Again by Lisa Scottoline.
In May 1993, George Carl Francisco’s ex-wife Mary told the public that she had in fact written a screenplay for a film tentatively entitled “Around the Block”, which was a romantic comedy about a “woman who conquers her fears by becoming a singer.” She informed the Entertainment Weekly she was going to actually direct the film by herself, with principal photography expected that autumn in a cover story about Benny & Joon’s box office success.
In 2001, she began her directing career with a segment titled “The Other Side” in the television movie On the Edge.
She however made directorial debut in 2007, with The Cake Eaters, which premiered at the Ft. Lauderdale International Film Festival and the Ashland Independent Film Festival where it received the ‘Audience Award – Dramatic Feature’ prize in 2008. She said in an interview, “When I signed to do this, I wasn’t scared but, yes, it was scary. I’m already 40, although we don’t want to talk about that. In ’92, I wrote my first screenplay, which I then was to direct, but I ended up taking an acting job because it takes forever to get a movie made.”