Mary Mara, an actress known for roles on "ER" and "Ray Donavan," has died, her manager, Craig Dorfman, said in a statement to CNN. She was 61.

"Mary was quite possibly of the best entertainer I at any point met," Dorfman said. "I actually recall seeing her dramatic in 1992 in 'Frantic Forest' off Broadway. She was electric, entertaining, and a genuine person. Everybody adored her. She will be remembered fondly."

As per an official statement from New York State Police, officials answered an approach Sunday around 8:10 a.m. nearby time for a "potential suffocating."

 Troopers and Cape Vincent Fire and Ambulance showed up on the scene and "found a female departed in the St. Lawrence River," the delivery said.

"The primer examination proposes the casualty suffocated while swimming," as per police.

There were no indications of unfairness, police included their articulation. The Jefferson County Medical Examiner's Office is supposed to play out a dissection to decide an authority reason for death, as indicated by police.

Mara had a rundown of credits that traversed TV and film, including multi-episode jobs on shows like "Dexter," "The Practice" and "Star Trek: Enterprise."

She was apparently generally unmistakable for her jobs on "Nash Bridges," "emergency room" and "Beam Donovan."

Mara's film credits included "Mr. Saturday Night" and "Love Potion #9.″ Her last credit was for the 2020 film, "Earn back the original investment."