OMG! Remember “Gina Montana” From The Scarface Movie? Check Her Out Now!

Posted On : February 28, 2017

Many of us may not know actress, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio, by name, but we definitely know “Gina Montana.” She was “Tony Montana’s” younger sister in the cult classic film, Scarface.

Actress Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio attending a party for ‘Scarface’ on December 1, 1983 at Sardi’s Restaurant in New York City, New York. (Photo by Ron Galella/WireImage)

Remember how “Gina” and “Tony” had that weird bond that almost seemed incestuous? Well that was then and this us now and long gone are the days of Scarface for actress, Mary.

She may be way different from her “Gina” character, but her beauty hasn’t changed all that much. Today Mary is 58 years young. Check out the recent pic if her below…

Nowadays Mary is a married woman with kids and not the young chick dancing at the disco club in the early 80’s, like she was in Scarface.

She has two sons, Declan O’Connor (born 1997) and Jack O’Connor (1992) with her husband/renowned British film director, Pat O’Connor…

MONACO – JUNE 26: 46Th Monte- Carlo Tv Festival – On June 26Th, 2006 – In Monte Carlo, Monaco – Here, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio With Her Husband Pat O Connor And Children (Photo by Serge BENHAMOU/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images)

A few more fun facts about Mary that many may not know is that:

  • She’s a trained opera singer.
  • Her most recent work was in a CBS show titled, Limitless, in 2015.
  • Of all the people ever to be nominated for an Academy Award for acting, Mastrantonio has the longest name. (IMBD).
  • Suffered a serious mental and emotional breakdown during the problem-plagued shoot of the James Cameron film The Abyss (1989).
  • Although she played a Cuban in Scarface, she’s actually Italian-American.
NEW YORK, NY – OCTOBER 17: Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio attends the Opening Night After Party for ‘The Winslow Boy’ at American Airlines Theatre on October 17, 2013 in New York City. (Photo by Walter McBride/Getty Images)

And there ya’ have ILOSM fam.’ Like always, it’s a beautiful thing to see another old school legend doing well and enjoying life both in front of, and away from, the cameras.

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