|Full Name||Mary Elizabeth Winstead|
|Birth City||Rocky Mount, North Carolina|
|Birth Country||United States|
|Father Name||James Ronald|
|Mother Name||Betty Lou Knight|
|Relation With||Ewan McGregor|
|No Of Children||0|
|Date of Birth||November 28,1984|
Mary Elizabeth Winstead is a Daytime Emmy Award-winning American actress and singer. She is immensely popular for playing the role of Ramona Flowers in the cult hit 'Scott Pilgrim vs The World.'
She even has received various praise for her work in various indie movies like 'Smashed', where she played the role of Kate Hannah.
Over the years, Mary Elizabeth has specially made her name in horror genera with series Wolf Lake, after the series she then did four successful horror-thrillers like Monster Island, Final Destination 3, Black Christmas, and Death Proof.
She is also known as the Scream Queen in Hollywood and even has made guest appearances as Scream Queen in various shows after she did the Wolf Lake series.
Elizabeth Winstead has a very unique character, she looks very sweet and can get scared as if she has a Panic disorder. She is an extremely talented actress known for both horror and romantic flicks at the same time.
She came out as a Disney prospect then took on roles in movies like Final Destination, and Black Christmas which sure scared the viewers.
Along with that, she has appeared as a lead or supporting cast in numerous indi-comedy movies. But her distinctive projects are Sky High, Live Free Or Die Hard, premonition thriller Final Destination 3 and TV series Fargo.
Currently, she is busy with an upcoming DC Movie Birds Of Prey where she will be seen shooting arrows to the enemies as a super hero character Helena Bertinelli or the Huntress. The Movie is all set to release in 2020 and has already made a lot of Buss in the media.
Mary Elizabeth Winstead was born on the 28th of November, 1984, in Rocky Mount, North Carolina. Her father's name is James Ronald and her mother's name is Betty Lou Knight. She has 4 siblings which include one elder brother and three elder sisters.
When Mary was five, her parents relocated to Sandy, Utah, near Salt Lake City. She was admitted to advanced classes at the Peruvian Park Elementary School.
She joined the Joffrey Ballet summer program school in Chicago, Illinois so that she could enhance her dancing skills. Her ability to sing got her to perform in the 'International Children's Choir' at the age of 12.
Mary actually wanted to be a ballerina and she even participated in small ballet productions. Her immense increase in height compelled her to discontinue her ballet career when she was 13.
She immediately realized that her body was changing so she decided to focus on acting. She even was home-schooled for most of her high school years. She graduated in 2004 whilst pursuing her acting career.
Mary has never been a person who would openly date someone. She is known to live a privet life but her she has had a fair share of affairs. She recently shook the world after she dated Ewan McGregor, who thanked his previous wife and Mary both while receiving a golden globe. So. let's take a look at Mary's all affairs here:
When Mary first played The Sky High, she was rumored to be dating her co-star and lead actor Michael Angarano.
Michael is basically known for movies such as Empire Estate, The Forbidden Kingdom, The Stanford Prison Experiment, and Wild Card. The relationship was never confirmed by any of the two actors, but they sure did share some chemistry in the movie Sky High.
Ryan Merriman and Mary Elizabeth shared a big-screen movie, "The Final Destination III," in 2006. Mary played the role of Wendy Christensen, who has a premonition about her friend's death, and Ryan Merriman plays her on-screen love interest.
While filming the movie, these two were reported to have gotten much closer, but Winstead then revealed that she was dating Riley Stearns since 2003, which ended the on-going rumors.
Riley Stearns, a young Hollywood director, met Mary on a cruise in 2003. The couple shared a common interest, so she reportedly got together with Stearns despite the fact that she was a year older than Riley.
The pair then were seen in an on and off kind of secret relationship for seven years. The former actor-director pair finally got married on October 9, 2010.
However, Mary separated from The Art of Self-Defense director after she started getting closer to Actor Ewan McGregor while filming the Fargo series.
Stearns also made news after some-unknown person created a fake account with Riley Stearns' name and threatened to kill Ewan after Ewan and Mary started dating.
Along with that many fake news and meme just made fun of the director after the pair's split.
Ewan McGregor and Mary Elizabeth Winstead reportedly met on the set of Fargo. Though Ewan is 46 years old and Mary was 32, the pair started dating each other instantly.
Reportedly, both of them then, in 2017, were living separately from their partners and were having a problem in keeping good terms with their partners, so like two negatives make a positive, they started dating in no time.
Ewan McGregor and his wife of 22-years, Eve Mavrakis, when he was seen kissing his new girlfriend in London, so Mary faced a lot of heat from people all over the world but then reports about Ewan and Eve's divorce due to irreconcilable difference got out.
Ewan and Eve have parented four daughters together. Clara, Esther, Jamyan, and Anouk; however, their biological daughters Clara, Esther Mcgregor openly expressed their dissatisfaction over McGregor and Winstead's relationship.
Ewan's Eldest daughter Clara was seen making negative comments to Winstead fans on social media and even called her a piece of trash.
In contrast, Esther was seen posting a sad song dedicated to Ewan on her Instagram.
However, Ewan and his daughters have hashed the grudge out and are reportedly all good with Mary Elizabeth Winstead now.
Ewan, on the other hand, in 2018 Golden Globe Awards gave a lovely tribute to his former wife Eve, four children, and even thanked his girlfriend Mary Elizabeth Winstead, while receiving the Golden Globe.
Ewan's move was then highly praised by feminist communities though some fans found it awkward.
Mary Elizabeth Winstead is credited for over two dozen movies and dozen TV series, so there is no question that she earns massive salary. As per reports, her Animated series Love Death And Robots for Netflix pays her over $70 thousand per episode.
Additionally, she reportedly earns around $200 to $300 thousand per TV show she appears in. On the top of that, she as per insiders charges from $1 to $1.5 million per film appearance.
Moreover, her Disney movie Sky High was a success as it collected US $63.9 only in the United States. Her other movie Scott Pilgrim VS. The World collected $47.7 million worldwide. She reportedly is paid $200 thousand per season of for FX series Fargo.
So, observing her success, Mary Elizabeth Winstead's current net worth should be around $8 million which surely will increase as she does the role of Huntress in DC's big budget project Birds Of Prey.
The career of Mary started when she first appeared in the musical entitled 'Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat' in 1996. She was just 12 years old. She later revealed that it was not fun for her.
Her performance in the series opened various gates for her as she even bagged some guest roles in TV series.
In 1997, Mary appeared in the un-credited role of Kristy Cordis in the series 'Touched by Angel'.
In 1998, Mary Elizabeth was cast as Chloe in the series 'Promised Land'. This series led her to have her first major break.
In 1999, Mary docked the role of Jessica Bennet in the NBC series 'Passions'. She appeared for a total of 90 episodes and left the show in 2000.
The same year, she even portrayed the role of Annie Jacobs in the movie 'The Long Road'. She played the role of Tara in the movie 'Father Can't Cope' in 2000.
Mary Elizabeth Winstead got her first major lead role in the supernatural thriller series 'Wolf Lake'. The series was canceled after 10 episodes because of low ratings. The last episode which starred Mary aired on the 1st of May, 2002.
Mary played a role in the TV movie, 'Then Came Jones', in 2003. She even made a short cameo appearance in the TV series 'True Calling'. She had a big role in the action-horror-comedy made for TV movie 'Monster Island'.
Mary established her self as the ACTOR TO CONTEND WITH in the horror movie genre in 2005 with her performance as young Evelyn in 'The Ring Two'. She even had a small role in the comedy movie 'Checking Out', where she played as Lisa Apple.
By playing a senior school, the principal antagonist of the Walt Disney Pictures film Sky High was a real strong step forward from a small role in a comic film Checking Out (2005). She challenged herself and took on the role of a villain despite having a super cute look In Sky High.
Winstead Commenting on her role said:
"I bounced around. I was either the hero of the sidekicks or the sidekick to the heroes."
The movie was premiered on July 29, 2005, and grossing the US $63.9 million in the States against $35 million budget.
A year after she did a Disney project, Winstead subsequently started working with film producers James Wong and Glen Morgan, some of the longest-running contributors to The X-Files.
She is 2006 played Wendy Christensen's role in a horror movie Final Destination 3 directed by Wong and produced by Morgan.
The production was a commercial success but received mixed response however the directors and producers were pretty openly supporting her portrayal of the character throughout.
Winstead would work again in the horror flick Black Christmas with Morgan and Wong later that year. The film, a frayed remake of the same name film from 1974, follows the lives of sorority sisters who were assaulted and assassinated by the former inhabitants of the house during a snowstorm.
Though the movie received poor reviews, Winstead got nominated for the 2007 Scream Awards for Scream Queen.
2006 was a busy year for Mary as she starred in Emilio Estevez's biopic Bobby, a 2006 film documenting Robert F. Kennedy's last hours.
At first, she reportedly was a little skeptical about the movie but when she heard that Anthony Hopkins would appear in the movie, Winstead was totally interested in Bobby.
The movie, however, was a moderate box office success and also received mixed reviews with a lot of criticism of the film's script. Bobby despite criticism got nominated for Screen Actors Guild Award and later won the Best Ensemble Performance Award at the prestigious Hollywood Film Festival.
In 2007, she did Death Proof a Quentin Tarantino movie, which really brought her to the limelight. Then she got a chance to work with Hollywood's favorite action figure Bruce Willis in Live Free or Die Hard, as the legendary John McClane's estranged daughter, Lucy. This was her highest-grossing movie which earned US$383.5 million worldwide.
After a series of successes, she then did Make It Happen, a dance movie which instead of taking her career to a new milestone proved to be a major setback. The movie after its poor screenings in The U.K was directly released into DVD.
Then she did an adaptation of the comic-book Scott Pilgrim, as Scott's love interest opposite Michael Cera in the film Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, directed by Edgar Wright. Though the movie received good critical reviews, the audiences couldn't care less about the movie. However, her efforts didn't go unnoticed as she received Teen Choice Awards for her role in Scott Pilgrim vs. The World.
She then did the role of Dr. Kate Lloyd, a paleontologist who with her team finds a frozen Alien in Antarctica which later comes alive and starts hunting the team down. This movie, despite having a lot of expectations, failed to live up to its hype and received negative reviews from critics.
So, after the series of much minor success, she turned her back to horror, action, and Sify and turned towards more indi-projects.
She did a totally unexpected role in an independent movie Smashed, which was based on an alcoholic couple's dysfunctional marriage.
Winstead then played Mary Todd Lincoln opposite Benjamin Walker in Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter. The movie showed Lincoln as a vampire hunting superhero which again was a huge disappointment in the OfficeMax but her role however was praised.
In 2012, Winstead appeared in a social media narrated film The Beauty Inside, alongside Topher Grace. Then in 2013, she did a supporting role in a comedy film A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III. She then did another hugely star-filled movie A.C.O.D.
Following that, she again collaborated again with James Ponsoldt in The Spectacular Now, as a supporting actress and then appeared in a very short role in A Good Day to Die Hard as John McClane's daughter, Lucy but the part was only released in its extended DVD version.
Finally, she was recognized as a moving actress after she played in 2014s independent movie Alex of Venice. the movie was a critically acclaimed success with a touching story perfectly played by Winstead.
Then she appeared in Faults & Kill The Messenger in 2014, and has done numerous big and small projects in movies and TV series.
Winstead starred opposite to her to-be-partner Ewan McGregor in the third season of Fargo as Nikki Swango which was a successful TV role for Winstead and on top of that she reportedly started seeing Ewan McGregor after nine episodes of the series together.
Currently, she is busy with two huge films that are in its post-production phase. She will star alongside François Chau, Ali Wong, Charlene Amoia, and Margot Robbie in Birds Of Prey, as Helena Bertinelli / Huntress and later in 2020, she will be featured in another Action movie Kate.