Mary and her second husband attended Bogart's memorial in California following his death in 1957.
The couple were married in August 1938; it was the second and final marriage for both. They later made their home in California, where Kenneth worked for M-G-M. They remained married until MacKenna's death in 1962.
In 1924 she appeared in the Broadway play Nerves with Humphrey Bogart and Kenneth MacKenna, both lifelong friends and future husbands.
Born in New London, Connecticut, she was the only child of Charles and Anna (née Hurley) Philips of New Haven, where she was educated at St. Mary's Academy, New Haven. In 1920 she made her stage debut as a chorus girl.
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