Marcia Gay Harden's Best Movies
Marcia Gay Harden has made 4 movies in which she starred in a leading role since her first movie 18 years ago called "Gaudi Afternoon" (2003) in which she portrayed the character Frankie Stevens.
The highest grossing movie of Marcia Gay Harden's career, "The Mist", sold nearly $25,593,755 at the box office in 2007.
Marcia Gay Harden's Movies
Movie Genre: Horror
Directed by: Frank Darabont
Marcia Gay Harden's Character Name: Mrs. Carmody
Box Office Sales: $25,593,755
Rated: For violence, terror and gore, and language.
Rails & Ties
Movie Genre: Drama
Marcia Gay Harden's Character Name: Megan Stark
Box Office Sales: $22,136
Rated: For mature thematic elements, an accident scene, brief nudity and momentary strong language.
If I Were You
Movie Genre: Comedy
Running Time: 115 minutes
Directed by: Joan Carr-Wiggin
Marcia Gay Harden's Character Name: Madelyn
Box Office Sales: $9,432
Rated: For language/sexual references.
Synopsis: Madelyn is a successful, self-possessed, middle-aged businesswoman - until she finds out that her husband's late nights at work are actually intimate dinners with a sexy young aspiring actress, Lucy. When Madelyn starts stalking this new mistress, she witnesses what she thinks might be the beginnings of a suicide attempt and ends up talking her down. While Lucy is ignorant of Madelyn's true identity, the two form a bizarre pact with unforeseen consequences. Matters are complicated further by an amorous coworker and an encounter with a handsome stranger.
Marcia Gay Harden's Character Name: Frankie Stevens
Box Office Sales: $3,838
Rated: For language and sexual content. .