Mary Beth Rubens is a Canadian actress. She has worked on the stage, on-screen, and on television as well. She has suffered from a brain injury but that couldn’t stop her from following her goals in life.
As of 2023, Mary Beth Rubens' net worth is estimated to be $1.6 million.
|Net Worth||$1.6 million|
|Given Name||Mary Elizabeth Rubens|
|Famous Name||Mary Beth Rubens|
|Source(s) of Fame||Actress|
|Date of Birth||March 31, 1982|
|Place of Birth||Kingston, Canada|
Mary Beth Rubens was born in Kingston, Canada. She has not disclosed any information about her parents, childhood, or early life. She keeps her family details private. She began working as an actor in 1980 when she was only 17 years old.
Mary Beth Rubens made her first film appearance in 1980, by playing the role of Kelly Lynch in Prom Night. In 1981, she played the role of Jill in the Sci-Fi action movie Firebird 2015 AD. In 1986, she played the role of Judy in Perfect Timing.
From 1985 to 1987, she appeared twice in the popular television series Night Heat as Jackie and Maria. From 1987 to 1989, she appeared twice in another television series Alfred Hitchcock Presents as Allison and Beth.
Mary Beth rose to fame by her lead role of Bobby Katz in the hit television show E.N.G. The show began in 1989 and aired 70 episodes till its end in 1993. She was nominated for Gemini Award for her role as Bobby Katz.
In the 1990s, Mary Beth Rubens suffered from a brain injury and took a break from acting. The injury left her with a permanent impairment but the disability did not stop her. She left acting and joined York University to study law and society. She made her name on the Dean’s List for her intellectual abilities. At York University, she has acted in multiple positions as an acting coach, co-writer, and performer.
In 1995, Mary Beth was again seen on the screen as Madeleine in The Michael Apartments. The same year she played Saddie in the television show Lonesome Dove- The Outlaw Years. In 1996, she also appeared as Fran Blake in one episode of fantasy horror anthological drama, The Outer Limits. The next year she was seen in an episode of F/X: The Series as Bannett.
Recently, she has taken part in a motivational play After the Blackout (2018). All the stars of the play are fighters and survivors of some disability that they did not have by birth.
Currently, Mary Beth Rubens is researching to create a critical documentary on Canada’s legal system.
Mary Beth Rubens, also known as Mary Elizabeth Rubens, does not like to talk about her personal life. She keeps her personal and love life very private. She has not involved herself in any controversies. She has a clean profile so far.
Mary Beth Rubens is not active on social media platforms. She does not have any Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter accounts. She keeps her personal affairs to herself and does not share them with her fans.
She does not have any YouTube channel. However, her interviews with other channels are available on YouTube.
Mary Beth Rubens is an actress and a survivor of a traumatic brain injury. She has proved that injuries and disabilities cannot stop someone who wants to follow one’s dreams. She has studied law and aims to highlight the changes needed in her nation’s system of law. She has an estimated net worth of around $1.6 million.
Mary Beth Rubens has sometimes been associated with other Actors such as Pat Conway, John Moulder-Brown, August Ames, Mark Lee, Ha Joo-Hee, Carmen Soriano, Ryan Newman, Park Young-rin, and Paul Winfield.