Mary Mara, an actress famous for her roles on "ER" in addition to "Ray  Donavan,"" is dead the manager of her, Craig Dorfman, said

in an announcement to CNN. She was 61. "Mary was considered to be one of the best actresses I've ever met," Dorfman said. "I

recall watching her perform in 1992 in the show 'Mad Forrest"off Broadway. She was funny, electric and a real person. Everybody

loved her. She will be missed." According to the announcement issued by  New York State Police, officers responded to a 911 call at

around 8.10 a.m. (local time) to report the possibility of a "possible  drowning." Troopers as well as Cape Vincent Fire and Ambulance

arrived at the spot and "discovered the body of a woman who had drowned on the St. Lawrence River," the release stated. "The

first investigation has suggested that the victim drowned in the water,"  according to police. There was no evidence for foul play

the police said in their announcement. According to the Jefferson County Medical Examiner's Office is expected to conduct an

autopsy to determine the actual cause for death as per the police. Mara  had a number of credits that covered both film and television

including multi-episode appearances on shows like "Dexter," "The  Practice" and "Star Trek Enterprise." She is most well-known for

her work in "Nash Bridges,"" "ER" along with "Ray Donovan." Mara's  credits for film include "Mr. Saturday Night" and "Love Potion #9.