Mara was born as Patricia Rooney Mara on 17th April 1985 in Bedford, New York, United States to parents Kathleen McNulty Rooney and Timothy Christopher Mara. Her father is the vice president of player evaluation for the New York Giants, and her mother is a part-time real estate agent. Rooney Mara’s sister, Kate Mara is also a prominent actress. Patricia is very close and connected to her sister. She also has two brothers named Daniel and Conor. She is of American nationality, white ethnicity and comes from Italian, Irish, German, and French-Canadian ancestry.
Rooney began her acting career in 2005’s Urban Legends: Bloody Mary. Since then, she has been seen in movies like A Nightmare on Elm Street as character Nancy Holbrook, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo as Lisbeth Salander, The Social Network, Ain't Them Bodies Saints, Carol, Pan as Tiger lily, Kubo and the Two Strings as The Sisters, The Secret Scripture as Young Roseanne McNulty and more. She will soon be seen on 2017’s The Discovery. She has also graced in two episodes of ER.
Rooney Mara’s dating history is not very long. She has stayed loyal to American director Charlie McDowell since 2010. The couple has not talked about marriage. They do not have children together as well. However, they seem to be content in each other’s company since there have been no rumors about conflicts and possible breakups. Mara’s fans hope to see her settle down soon.
Mara is currently 31 years old and stands tall at the height of 1.6m. Mara has a well-structured face with black hair and beautiful eyes which subtly accompany her perfect slim figure. Rooney Mara’s feet are much talked about. She has sexy legs which accompany her beautiful feet. Rooney Mara’s net worth is estimated to be a total of $ 8 million. She is known to have solely earned $ 2 million from her role in The Girl with The Dragon tattoo. More information about the talented and lovely, Rooney Mara can be found on various social media sites like Wikipedia, twitter, IMDB and so on. We hope to see more of Rooney in the years to come.