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A well-known American-Canadian actress, Lauren Holly is best known for her roles as Jenny Shepard in the series “NCIS,” Dr. Betty Rogers in the Canadian drama “Motive,” and Deputy Sheriff Maxine Stewart in the TV series “Picket Fences.” She is also recognized for her work in the films Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story, Dumb and Dumber, Beautiful Girls, What Women Want, and Any Given Sunday. The television dramas “Chicago Hope” and “The Adventures of Chuck & Friends” as well as the films “A Country Wedding,” “My Summer Prince,” “Call Me Mrs. Miracle,” “Before You Say I Do,” “King of Texas,” and “Dangerous Heart” all feature Holly in prominent roles. Holly has received numerous important honors to date as a result of her contributions to the American and Canadian entertainment industries. A “Viewers for Quality Television Award” was given to the actress for her work in “Picket Fences.” Additionally, she has occasionally received nominations for Satellite Awards, Daytime Emmy Awards, and Screen Actors Guild Awards.

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The career of Lauren Holly

In 1984, Lauren Holly made her acting debut by participating in two episodes of “Hill Street Blues.” Then she made appearances in the films “Band of the Hand” and “Seven Minutes in Heaven.” Following this, she was cast in the drama series “All My Children.” Then in 1990, she worked on both the film “The Adventures of Ford Fairlane” and the television movie “Archie: To Riverdale and Back Again.”

Holly was given the role of Maxine Stewart in the drama “Picket Fences” two years later. She later performed in the movie “Dumb and Dumber.” The stunning star appeared in several films between 1996 and 1998, including “Beautiful Girls,” “Down Periscope,” “Turbulence,” “A Smile Like Yours,” and “No Looking Back.” Following that, she appeared in the drama “Chicago Hope” and the movie “Any Given Sunday.”

Holly featured in a number of television movies during the following years, including “Jackie, Ethel, Joan: The Women of Camelot,” “King of Texas,” “Living with the Dead,” “Just Desserts,” and “Caught in the Act.” Director Jenny Shepard was a 2005 addition to the ‘NCIS’ cast played by Lauren Holly. She was cast in the films “Fatwa,” “The Pleasure Drivers,” and “Raising Flagg” a year later.

She then had a voice part in “The Adventures of Chuck & Friends” on television. The actress then portrayed “Betty Rogers” in the drama “Motive” from 2013 to 2016. During that period, she also worked on the films “Field of Lost Shoes,” “A Country Wedding,” and “My Summer Prince” for Hallmark.

Individual Life of Lauren Holly

On October 28, 1963, in Bristol, Pennsylvania, United States, Lauren Holly was born Lauren Michael Holly to Grant and Michael Ann Holly. Alexander Innes Holly and Nick are her two brothers. The actor attended Geneva High School before attending Sarah Lawrence College to earn her English undergraduate degree.

Holly has so far been married three times: once to Danny Quinn, once to Jim Carrey, and once to Francis Greco. Holly has ended her relationships with each of her partners and is now living alone. Additionally, the American-Canadian actress has three kids from previous relationships.

Lauren Holly’s Net Worth

Lauren Holly, an American actress, has a $8 million fortune. Most people are familiar with Lauren Holly from her appearances on the television shows “Picket Fences,” “NCIS,” and “Motive.” She is recognized for her work on the big screen in movies including “Dumb and Dumber,” “Beautiful Girls,” and “What Women Want.” Other projects Holly has worked on include the movies “Any Given Sunday,” “The Final Storm,” and “The Blackcoat’s Daughter,” as well as the TV programs “Chicago Hope,” “Designated Survivor,” and “Family Law.”