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Mara Hobel
American actress

Mara Hobel

Mara Hobel
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Intro American actress
Is Actor Television actor Film actor
From United States of America
Field Film, TV, Stage & Radio
Gender female
Birth 18 June 1971, New York City, New York, USA
Age 52 years
Star sign Gemini
The details (from wikipedia)


Mara Hobel (born June 18, 1971) is an American actress. She is best known for her portrayal of young Christina Crawford in the film Mommie Dearest, starring Faye Dunaway. She garnered 2 Razzie nominations for her performance. She also portrayed the crazed tap-dancing daughter Gay in the legendary Broadway bomb, Moose Murders, which opened and closed on the same night in 1983.

In addition to many television credits, including a season-long stint playing awkward and naive Charlotte Tilden on Roseanne (1992–1993), her recent work includes roles in the films Personal Velocity: Three Portraits and Broadway Damage. Season 9 episode 16 blue bloods (2019)Mara Hobel currently teaches acting classes for children at Rising Star Productions. She is married to Mark Furrer and they have two sons and one daughter together.


  • Sorrows of Gin (1979) – Amy
  • Family of Strangers (1980, 1 episode) – Roseanne
  • CBS Children's Mystery Theater (1983, 1 episode) – Theodora
  • The Get Along Gang (1984) – Dotty Dog (voice)
  • Doing Life (1986, 1 episode) – Rachel Rosenberg
  • Law & Order (1992, 1 episode) – Ellen
  • Summer Stories (1992, 3 episodes) – Sarah
  • Roseanne (1992–1993, 5 episodes) – Charlotte Tilden
  • My So-Called Life (1994, 1 episode)
  • Third Watch (2002, 1 episode) – Margo
  • The Jury (2004, 1 episode) – Marianne Zancanaro
  • Law & Order: Criminal Intent (2004, 1 episode) – April Callaway


  • In My Father's Eyes
  • Moose Murders
  • Rude Times


  • Drama: The American Academy of Dramatic Arts, NY
  • Voice: The Voice Workshop, Liz Sabine and Louis David, NY and CA
  • Dance: Phil Black and Studio II, NY
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