Timothy Christopher Mara is the father of Kate Mara who is known for work in television, playing reporter Zoe Barnes in the Netflix political drama House of Cards (2013–2014; 2016), computer analyst Shari Rothenberg in the Fox thriller series 24 (2006).
While Kate is very popular but her father keeps his life under limelight. Kate appreciates her father’s support and understands his desire to live a more low-key life. Timothy is one of 11 children, through whom Kate Mara has 20 aunts and uncles, and 40 cousins.
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Who Is Timothy Christopher Mara?
Timothy Christopher Mara is an NFL scout and vice president of the New York Giants for player evaluation. He is known for his quick eye for talent and his strength to spot potential in players. With years of experience in the industry, Timothy Mara has played a crucial role in shaping the Giants’ roster and their success on the field.
As an NFL scout, his job involves thoroughly reviewing college players and identifying those who have the skills and potential to excel at the professional level.
Timothy Christopher Mara Net Worth
Timothy Christopher Mara’s net worth is estimated to be $2.5 million, as of 2023. His belongs to ancestry of Irish, one quarter Italian, and smaller amounts of German, French-Canadian, and English.
Who Is Timothy Christopher Mara’s Wife?
Timothy Christopher Mara is married with Kathleen McNulty Mara (née Rooney). Couple has four children together named, Kate Mara, Daniel, Patricia “Rooney and Conor.
Timothy Christopher Mara Facts
- Timothy Christopher Mara’s daughter, Kate Mara is a great-granddaughter of both New York Giants founder Tim Mara and Pittsburgh Steelers founder Art Rooney, Sr.
- Her mother’s side of the family has held ownership in the NFL’s Pittsburgh Steelers football team since its formation in 1933.
- Her paternal grandparents were Wellington Mara and Ann Mara.
- Mara’s first role was in a school show when she was nine years old.
- She went to a number of theater arts schools for kids and performed in neighborhood theater and school plays.
- She told Esquire magazine that she was “painfully shy” as a child and that she only had one friend.