Lauren Holly

Lauren Holly
Lauren Holly is an American actress of both the small and big screens. She’s best known to viewers for her roles on Picket Fences (TV), Dumb and Dumber, Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story, and Beautiful Girls.

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Birthday
1963-10-28
Nickname
Noodle
Birthname
Lauren Michael Holly
Sign
Scorpio
Hometown
Geneva NY
Country
United States
Ethnicity
White
Height
5'7"
Weight
5
Job
Actress
Hobbies
Baseball Scrapbooking
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Beauty Eyes Brain Giant Boobs Body In General
Vices
Reality TV Countless Hours Of Brick Breaker
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Hair
Blond
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Breast
34
Waist
23"
Hips
33"
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Lauren Holly is an American actress of both the small and big screens. She’s best known to viewers for her roles on Picket Fences (TV), Dumb and Dumber, Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story, and Beautiful Girls.

Born in Bristol, PA, Lauren grew up in Geneva, NY where she graduated from high school in 1981 and went on to earn an English Literature degree from Sarah Lawrence College in 1985. Lauren's father, Grant, is an English literature professor at Hobart and William Smith Colleges. Her mother, Michael, formerly an art history professor at the University of Rochester, now serves as Director of The Clark Institute in Williamstown, MA.

After college, Lauren turned to acting, landing her first big role on the daytime series "All My Children" and breaking into feature films and prime time television by the early ‘90s. Lauren is best known for her role as police officer Maxine Stewart on the critically acclaimed David Kelley television drama "Picket Fences" which aired from 1992-1996. During this period, Lauren's work in two feature films served to further enhance her prominence as an actress, playing the title character's wife in "Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story" (1993), and Jim Carrey’s loves interest in the commercially successful Farrelly brothers' comedy, "Dumb & Dumber" (1994).

During the three years following the end of her short-lived marriage to Jim Carrey in 1998, Lauren went on to work in numerous feature film and television projects. Among these, her relatively minor role in Oliver Stone's "Any Given Sunday" nevertheless included among the film's more memorable and powerful dramatic moments. In the five years following her marriage to investment banker Francis Greco in early 2001, Lauren took considerable time from her professional pursuits to focus on her most important role as the real-life mom to her three sons, Alexander, George and Henry. In 2006, Lauren was reintroduced to prime time television by Donald Bellasario who cast her opposite Mark Harmon in the hit CBS drama series "NCIS" as the agency's first female Director.

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