Mary Wells trained at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama and then did theatre for 12 years in the UK and Europe. She first came to the US to the Mark Taper with french classic, The Red Balloon. She returned later that year with a solo show, Martha for the Annenberg Centre, toured to the Kennedy centre and the New Victory on Broadway, and the International showcase in Philidelphia where it won the Victor Award.
She worked as a series recurring on BBC’s ‘ Half Moon Investigates’ and narrated BBC3’s TV show, My Childhood which won a Scottish BAFTA. Her last visit to the US was courtesy of the Smithsonian with Cuhulainn the hound of Ulster and she was then invited to join the rep company in Honolulu theatre for a year in 2008, playing Aerial in the Little Mermaid. Since then, she has been living, writing and working in London and Los Angeles.
Her first feature was Elena Undone here in LA and she has just wrapped ‘A Perfect Ending.’ Out soon are Meth Head, a feature shot here in LA with Lucas Haas, Necar Zadegan and Alexis Arquette, and A Perfect Ending with John Heard and Barbara Niven and Don’t Change the Subject, a documentary by Mike Stutz.