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Meditative Story

Marcia Gay Harden


Marcia Gay Harden is an Academy Award-winning actress. Her critically lauded performances include the glamorous Ava Gardner in Sinatra, artist Lee Krasner in Pollock (winning an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress), the down-and-out Celeste in Mystic River (Oscar-nominated in the same category), and her versatility has been praised in other films such as Miller’s Crossing, The First Wives Club, Meet Joe Black, Mona Lisa Smile, The Hoax and Used People.

Harden stars opposite Skylar Astin in the CBS show So Help Me Todd, which is currently in its second season. She will also be returning in her Emmy Award nominated role on the critically acclaimed drama The Morning Show on Apple+. Harden has also appeared on the Broadway stage in such works as Angels in America, and God of Carnage, for which she won a Tony for Best Actress.

Adding author to her professional resume, Harden wrote the 2018 memoir The Seasons of My Mother, A Memoir of Love, Family, and Flowers. To hear more from Marcia Gay, check out her upcoming children’s mindful bedtime podcast “Snoriezzz,” co-produced by Natalie Peyton. 

Their Story

Marcia Gay tells the story of how she learns to reevaluate all that she inherited from her father, and let go of the habits from him that no longer serve her.