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Birthplace: , GR

Date of death: 05/08/17

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With only seven acting credits to her name, Mary Tsoni still made quite the impression. Born in Livadiá, Greece, the star, who was sometimes credited as Mairi Tsoni, made only feature-length films, and only in her native Greece. The dark-haired star began her career in the entertainment industry as a makeup artist, then switched to acting with the character role of Jenny in the comedy, horror zombie flick Evil (2005), tagline: Greece Just Got Scary…. That same year, she also starred as Mary in The North Street, for which she also took credits for makeup artist, costume designer, and set decorator—a do-it-all kinda gal. Next up was the critically acclaimed movie Dogtooth (2009), a movie about a controlling father who keeps his three adult children prisoner within the family compound; Mary plays the youngest daughter. The role won the talented dish Best Actress at the Sarajevo Film Festival, and the film itself was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language film. Dogtooth is also where the Greek beauty introduced the world to her naked form, in a three-person bathtub scene. There is no dialogue, only emotional groping, as Mary’s character sits on the ledge, her full, heavy breasts the target of infatuation (by everyone), and her lush rear a close second. It’s a stunning display. In 2009, Mary reprised her role as Jenny for Evil – In the Time of Heroes, a sequel film that picks up right where the original Evil left off—with Jenny still on the run from zombies with her pals. In addition to her acting talents, Mary also sang in the punk performance band Mary and The Boy, and she got a chance to share some or her musical talent in the docu-fiction film Artherapy in 2010, about the art and music scene in Athens. The actress only added two more titles: Ta oporofora tis Athinas (2010) and Motherland (2018), before she unexpectedly died in 2017, a month shy of her 30th birthday.