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Cross was the long time companion of Richard Jordan. In early 2005, the Internet and tabloids swirled with rumors that Cross was gay and in a long-term relationship with another woman, and planning to come out of the closet.
She gained worldwide recognition for her role as Bree Van de Kamp on Desperate Housewives as well as Dr. Cross is of English descent and was born in Marlborough, Massachusetts, the daughter of Janet, a teacher, and Mark Cross, a personnel manager. Her parents raised her in the Roman Catholic religion. Marcia started her television career in the 80s tv hit The Edge of Night, in 1984.
Prior to her role on Desperate Housewives, Cross starred as Dr.
Linda Abbott on WB's critically-acclaimed series, Everwood.
The Hollywood Hype Machine refers to the massive set-up that is in place to create said new stars, or new TV shows, books or movies. Well, the star will linger for a year or two before disappearing, as people wonder "what the hell ever happened to...? At best, they will continue working in indie flicks, low-key studio pictures, and television, and may even be able to mount a comeback later.
An aspiring, good-looking young actor, after getting a few noteworthy roles in indie films, TV shows, or their home country under his or her belt, will be chosen by a studio to be the "Next Big Thing" (or "It Girl" if female) and will thus get a major headlining role. Men's/women's interest magazines will be lining up to offer them a sexy photo shoot. At worst, they will be in rehab, unemployment lines, and "Where Are They Now? Sometimes, even if they're successful, the actors may get overwhelmed and suffer public burn-outs, become typecast or too associated with a particular role, or simply reject Hollywood for a normal life.
In the interview she discusses her passion for psychology and therapy.
Cross holds a Masters Degree in Psychology from Antioch University.
Cross's film credits include Living in Fear, Always Say Good-bye, Dancing in September, Bad Influence, and Female Perversions in 1996.
In November 2005, Cross appeared on the cover of the newly launched Psychologies magazine in the United Kingdom.
In August 2005, Cross's publicist also told the American celebrity newsmagazine Us Weekly that Cross had accepted the proposal of Tom Mahoney (b.
1958), a stock broker whom she had been dating for six months, and that the couple were engaged to be married.
This is especially handy when the fickle viewing audience turns on a big-name actor with star power, or Real Life Writes the Plot and they do something scandalous.