Mary Vivian Pearce Poster


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Overview (2)

Born in Baltimore, Maryland, USA
Nickname Bonnie

Mini Bio (1)

Mary Vivian Pearce isn't your typical film star. As John Waters' childhood friend in Baltimore, she appeared in every single film he made as either the main character (such as Cotton in Pink Flamingos) or an extra (she appeared in was Serial Mom, as a woman who asks Kathleen Turner to sign her book, "To a future serial mom.")

Her first film with Waters, in 1964, was a 17-minute short film called Hag In A Black Leather Jacket, in which she played a sexy dancer. In the rest of Waters' films she's played both main and bit parts.

Pearce has also appeared as an extra in the Baltimore-based TV show, "Homicide: Life on the Street."

In addition to her acting skills, she also has a college degree in Creative Writing.

Currently, she lives in Baltimore.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Bonnie Burton

Trivia (2)

Works as a bicycle messenger [1997]
Studies for a graduate degree in creative writing. [1997]

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