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Mary Crosby presents Chuck Berry with Merit Award at the American Music Awards
Mary Crosby, daughter of crooner Bing Crosby, was the presenter who presented Chuck Berry (R) a distinguished Merit Award at the American Music Awards in Hollywood on January 30, 1981. The ward is for outstanding contribution by the musical artist or artists over a long period of time to musical entertainment. Big Crosby was the first recipient of the award. (UPI photo/Bill Hormell/Files)
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Mary Frances Crosby (born September 14, 1959) is an American actress. She is most often credited as simply Mary Crosby for her performances.

She was born in Los Angeles, California. She is the daughter of the singer and actor Bing Crosby, from his second marriage to the actress Kathryn Grant. She graduated from high school at 15. She then entered the University of Texas at Austin where she became a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority, but dropped out of the University before graduating. She is fluent in Spanish.

She has been twice married:

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