Mary Mara, the entertainer most popular for her repetitive jobs in "ER" and "Law and Order," passed on in Cape Vincent, N.Y. Sunday from a clear suffocating. She was 61

In a report distributed Monday, the New York State Police affirmed that Mara was discovered in the St. Lawrence River in Cape Vincent around 8:10 p.m. on Sunday by different officers. 

A starter examination proposed Mara, who lived in Cape Vincent, kicked the bucket by suffocating while at the same time swimming.

Her body has been shipped to Jefferson County Medical Examiner's Office, where an examination will be performed to determine an authority reason for death.

In an explanation to Variety, Mara's manager Craig Dorfman affirmed her passing. "Mary was quite possibly of the best entertainer I ever met," Dorfman composed.

"I actually remember seeing her dramatic in 1992 in 'Distraught Forest' off Broadway.

She was electric, entertaining and a genuine person. Everyone adored her. She will be remembered fondly."

Mara was brought up in Syracuse, N.Y. prior to proceeding to learn at San Francisco State University and Yale. 

She started her film and TV career during the '90s and would proceed to hoard over 80 screen credits. 

Her prominent creations incorporate "ER," which saw her play repeating patient Loretta Sweet, and police procedural "Nash Bridges," 

which saw her demonstration in the primary cast as auditor Bryn Carson.