Mary Elizabeth McDonough
Actress
Mary Elizabeth McDonough
Mary Elizabeth McDonough is an American actress (born May 4, 1961, in Van Nuys, Los Angeles, best known for her role as "Erin Walton" on The Waltons. In 1988 she married Rob Wickstrom, with whom she has a daughter, Sydnee. The couple divorced in 1996. She suffers from lupus erythematosus, which she has blamed on leaking silicone breast implants. In the 2000s, she returned to television, guest-starring on such series as Boston Legal and The New Adventures of Old Christine. Filmography
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'The Waltons' star Mary McDonough details horrifying health issues she believes were caused by her breast implants
Fox News - over 4 years
Former child star Mary McDonough says the pressures of Hollywood led her to take drastic actions to lose weight and have plastic surgery, which ultimately caused several health problems, including lupus.
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California Women's Conference Unveils Stellar Line up of Speakers
Yahoo News - over 4 years
EventComplete, LLC today announced a partial list of celebrated speakers including: Gloria Allred, Amanda de Cadenet, Marcia Cross, Mark Victor Hansen, Mary McDonough, Michael Learned, Judy Norton, Kami Cotler, Julie Newmar, Tippi Hedren, Dr. John Gray, Donzaleigh Abernathy, Rose Marie, Shannon Tweed, and more.Long Beach, CA (PRWEB) July 10, 2012 The California Women’s Conference, which is an internationally acclaimed forum for the world’s most influential voices, hearts and minds, will be held at the Long Beach Convention Center on September 23-24, 2012. U.S. ...
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Five Things to Know Today in Hamilton and Wenham: April 27
Hamilton-Wenham Patch - almost 5 years
Today is Friday, April 27. Here are five things you need to know: 1. Grandfriends Day: The important role of grandparents and “grandfriends” in the life of an elementary school student’s life is being celebrated on Friday morning at Buker Elementary School. There will be classroom visits by Grandfriends followed by an all-school music program. 2. Secret Diner: The Serenitee Restaurant Group, which locally owns 15 Walnut Bistro, is looking for “secret shoppers,” according to an e-mail the company sent out this week. The company is handing out two $50 gift certificates in exchange for detailed feedback from anyone with “a willingness to tell the unvarnished truth of your experiences in detail.” Apparently demand is high, so CEO Mark McDonough has come up with a “foodie quiz” to qualify. Send an e-mail to NorthshoreRestaurantGroup@gmail.com with the subject line "foodie quiz." 3. Arbor Day: Friday is Arbor Day, celebrated here in Massachusetts on the last Friday of April. While t ...
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Maplewood Students Recognized For Academic Achievement At Dover Business College
Maplewood - almost 5 years
Mary McDonough, PhD, Dover Business College Vice President of Academic Affairs has announced that students from Maplewood, NJ, have been named to the Dean’s and Honor’s Lists at Dover Business College for the Winter 2012 Quarter. According to a press release from the school, Karen Haas has been named to the Dean's List, and Raushanah Patterson has been named to the Honors List. “Dover Business College students are enrolled in rigorous programs that prepare them to compete in the fields of technology, healthcare and business,” Dr. McDonough said. “Students who are named to the Dean’s and Honor’s Lists  have proven that they are up to the academic challenge, and are well on their way to achieving career success.” Dover Business College students who achieve a grade point average of 3.8 or better with a minimum of 12 academic credits qualify for the Dean’s List. Students who achieve a grade point average of between 3.5 and 3.79 with a minimum of 12 academic credits qua ...
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Reception for White Tricorne Hat, Outstanding Youth Award Recipients
Lexington patch - almost 5 years
On the Battle Green Monday morning, admid all of the town's Patriots' Day festivities, Lexington resident Eric Carlson was awarded the White Tricorne Hat and Leah Buckley and Matthew Smoot received 2012's Outstanding Youth of the Year awards. This Sunday, April 22, the Lexington Lions Club will host a reception for the receipients of the two awards from 2 to 4 p.m. in the Historical Society Building in the Lexington Depot.  The White Tricorne Hat has been awarded to an "outstanding" Lexington resident since 1954, and the Lions Club solicits for nominees each year. According to the award criteria the White Tricorne Hat Committee uses to judge nominees, the candidate must be a current resident of Lexington and not a major elected office holder. As well, "The candidate must have demonstrated a dedication to the principles of outstanding citizenship and must have advanced the American way of life in Lexington by giving unselfishly of his or her time and talents over the years ...
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Julie M. Hey
Blue Ridge Now - almost 5 years
HENDERSONVILLE — Julie Louise McDonough Hey, 52, of Hendersonville passed away on April 12, 2012 at the Hendersonville Nursing and Rehabilitation facility from a rare form of cancer, cholangiocarcinoma. At first she was devastated to have to leave those she loved at such a young age. After much prayer she elected to forego treatment that may have extended her life several months and live life to the fullest with her family and friends. Julie was born to the late Kenneth Ray and Betty Jean Perry McDonough, June 26, 1959, in Garden City, Michigan. She attended Spring Arbor College in Spring Arbor, Michigan. For several years after college she did volunteer mission work for the Stream in the Desert Ministries in Jackson, Michigan. She then moved to the Western North Carolina area and became a member of the First United Methodist Church of Hendersonville and worked as a CNA primarily in elder care. Her greatest satisfaction was helping the elderly who no longer had family to care for th ...
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Photo Flash: New York Debut of LESSONS… Declared A 'Success' - Broadway World
Google News - over 5 years
Mary McDonough has declared her New York début of Lessons From the Mountain: What I Learned From Erin Walton, featuring a Q&A with TV brother, Richard Thomas, as a success. "Not an empty seat in the house," optimistically remarked Ms. McDonough
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Michael Learned, Mary McDonough Set for West Hollywood Book Fair Appearance - TheaterMania.com
Google News - over 5 years
Four-time Emmy Award winner and stage veteran Michael Learned will join Mary McDonough for an authors Q&A at the West Hollywood Book Fair on October 2 at 2:15pm. The appearance is part of McDonough's book tour to promote her new memoir, Lessons From
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Branson's 23rd Annual Fiddle Festival Returns August 26th - OzarksFirst.com
Google News - over 5 years
In a press release on Wednesday, the City said the event "welcomes special guest Actress Mary McDonough, who played Erin on the TV show the Walton's." There will be a Dance in the Street on Friday night, 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm with music by The Honky Tonk
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Richard Thomas to Join Mary McDonough for September 8 NYC Barnes & Noble ... - TheaterMania.com
Google News - over 5 years
Stage and screen star Richard Thomas will join Mary McDonough when she appears at Barnes & Noble at 2289 Broadway at 7pm on Thursday, September 8 as part of her book tour to promote her new memoir, Lessons From the Mountain: What I Learned From Erin
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Lucy Turns 100: Hollywood Museum's 'Lucille Ball at 100 & I Love Lucy at 60 ... - Opposing Views
Google News - over 5 years
Mary McDonough (pictured with her daughter, left), whose series The Waltons is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year, said of her show and Lucy: “They are such an enduring part of America and a part of family.” The actress refused to pick a
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Mary McDonough brings 'Lessons...' to NY in September - Broadway World
Google News - over 5 years
Join award-winning actress, writer and director, Mary McDonough at Barnes & Noble (UPWS), as she signs copies of Lessons From the Mountain: What I Learned From Erin Walton (Kensington Publishers). Ms. McDonough's recent appearances at DOLLYWOOD (with
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Great Harvest receives warm welcome - Morton Times-News
Google News - over 5 years
Employee Mary McDonough said after training in Peoria she knew what to expect once the shop opened. “It's like a fine-tuned clock. Everyone has each other's back,” she said. “The Morton store is much larger (than the Peoria store), but it's run with
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Dover Business College Celebrates Summer Graduates - Patch.com
Google News - over 5 years
Pictured left to right are Commencement speaker Larry Trenk, Chief Operating Officer, Surgem LLC; Timothy D. Luing, president of Dover Business College; Judith N. Junco-Cerbone, alumni speaker; and Dean of Faculty Mary McDonough
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Celebrity Bowling - Will Marcia-Marcia-Marcia get a Strike-Strike-Strike? 'The ... - TVShowsOnDVD.com
Google News - over 5 years
CAST: The original Brady Kids: MAUREEN McCORMICK, BARRY WILLIAMS, EVE PLUMB, CHISTOPHER KNIGHT, SUSAN OLSEN, MIKE LOOKINLAND and also featuring ERIC SCOTT and MARY McDONOUGH from the Waltons. Don't split! S'More Entertainment (and distributor eOne)
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Mein Freund Harvey - Bremen - 02.07.2011 - Regiomusik das Musikportal
Google News - over 5 years
Mary Chase (eigentlich Mary McDonough Coyle Chase) schrieb mehr als ein Dutzend Komödien. Ihr Theaterstück "Mein Freund Harvey" wurde 1944 am Broadway uraufgeführt und erreichte mit 1.775 Aufführungen einen überwältigenden Erfolg
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Mary McDonough Interview: 'The Waltons' Star Pens Memoir: 'Lessons From the ... - Smashing Interviews Magazine
Google News - over 5 years
At the age of 10, Mary McDonough was cast as Erin Walton in The Homecoming, the movie of the week that inspired the Emmy award-winning dramatic series The Waltons and overnight her life as a normal kid in a working class family changed
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60 participate in Milton antiabortion rally - Boston Globe
Google News - over 5 years
Mary McDonough, a pro-life leader at St. Agatha's parish said “The purpose of the walk was to let the people of Milton know that you cannot be pro-woman while aborting their children and you cannot save children from abortion without helping their
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Special Olympics: Federal Way athletes excel at Summer Games - PNW Local News
Google News - over 5 years
In swimming, the Federal Way Thunder/Flounders sent seven athletes to the state meet, including Andrew Hagan, who won a gold medal in the 15-meter flotation, Frank Lemieux, Katy Lutje, a gold-medalist in the 15-meter walk, Cynthia Mason, Mary McDonough
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Mary Elizabeth McDonough
    TWENTIES
  • 1988
    Age 26
    In 1988, she married Rob Wickstrom, with whom she has a daughter, Sydnee. The couple divorced in 1996.
    More Details Hide Details She suffers from lupus erythematosus, which she has blamed on leaking silicone breast implants. In the 2000s, she returned to television, guest-starring on Boston Legal and The New Adventures of Old Christine. McDonough is a radio guest and has been on international and syndicated shows such as Get Focused Radio with Kate Hennessy. She can be seen on the internet on the show Mcdougall M.D. as part of the broadcasts on the TBN network.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1961
    Born
    Born on May 4, 1961.
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