Mary Stuart Masterson began acting before the age of ten, when she showed up in The Stepford Wives (1975) in 1975 with her dad. A while later, at the bearing of her folks, Mary Stuart drove a real existence outside of the spotlight, going to class in New York. She showed up in a couple of productions at New York’s Dalton School.
At 15 years old, the young on-screen character showed up on Broadway in Eva Le Gallienne’s adaptation of Alice In Wonderland. She played two sections, the Four of Hearts and the Small White Rabbit. She returned to films in 1985 with the job of Dani in Heaven Help Us (1985). For eight months a short time later, Mary Stuart went to New York University, where she studied humanities.