Mary Mara, an actress known for numerous appearances in popular television shows over the years, was found dead in an upstate New York river on Sunday.

The New York State Police reported over the weekend that troopers, working alongside Cape Vincent Ambulance and Fire, recovered a dead body from the St. Lawrence River near the northern town of Cape Vincent where she lived. 

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that teams from Ghana and Republic of Benin also joined Nigerian athletes at the trials holding at the Samuel Ogbemudia Stadium in Benin.

The body was later identified as 61-year-old Mara, a native of Syracuse, who authorities currently believe was swimming before she died, according to WSYR News.

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The pilot episode broke viewership records, becoming the biggest premiere of all time on Showtime.[4] In February 2020, Showtime cancelled the series after seven seasons. In February 2021, the network announced a feature-length film to conclude the storyline. Ray Donovan: The Movie premiered on January 14, 2022, on Showtime.

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 Ray Donovan, is a professional "fixer" who arranges bribes, payoffs, threats, crime-scene clean-up, and other illegal activities to protect his (usually) celebrity clients. Good at his job, he is also normally devoted to his children and brothers but has a complicated relationship with his wife.

He encounters problems when his menacing father, Mickey Donovan (Jon Voight), is unexpectedly released from prison. The FBI attempts to bring down Mickey and his associates, and Donovan struggles to escape the undertow.

The investigation into Mara's death remains ongoing. The body of the actress has been turned over to the Jefferson County Medical Examiner's Office for a full autopsy.