Netflix reality show American Barbecue Showdown ended with a somewhat dark and gloomy note. Just after the winner crowned was crowned the screen faded to black with the message “In memory of Mary Fanto.”
Viewers who used to witness the show started thinking who was Mary Fanto, what was her role in the series? What happened to her and what was her contribution to American Barbecue Showdown? Scroll down to get the answers to all your queries.
Who was Mary Fanto?
As per the IMDb, Mary was born in Pittsburg on 31st January 1971. She was popular for her casting work.
After initiating her career in casting and production Mary grabbed her Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication / Broadcasting from Bethany College in 1993. She was a projecting maker for ABC’s Great American Baking Show: Holiday Edition, and she additionally dealt with amassing the hopefuls for both American Barbecue Showdown and Undercover Boss.
Not only Mary cast several competition series but also she acted and produced the short film Charlie in 2003.
She took an interest in item positions on projects including Queer Eye, The Big Bounce, and Looking for Comedy in the Muslim World.
Her different jobs remembered planning creation and leeway for The Evening Star (1996), Jeans (1998), Behind Enemy Lines (2001), and Homegrown (1998), among different credits.
Outside of her positions in Hollywood, she trained yoga classes.
Mary used to keep updated with her fans and followers and for this, she utilized Facebook and Twitter. She posted information regarding her casting projects on these social platforms. In October 2019, Mary posted her last tweet, and on Dec. 6, 2019, her last post updated on Facebook as a cover photo.
As per Mary’s LinkedIn page, she was working Studio Lambert at USA when she passed away.