Lauren Holly Biography
Lauren started acting when she was twenty three on the soap opera All My Children. She appeared as Julie Chandler from 1986 to 1989. In 1990, she then appeared as Betty on the series Archie: To Riverdale and Back Again. This was followed by many film and television roles including her well loved portrayal of Mary Swanson in Dumb and Dumber and her acclaimed performance as Linda Lee Cadwell, the wife of Bruce Lee, in the film Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story in 1993. She is most popular however as Officer Maxine Stewart in the long running series Picket Fences.
Laura has been married three times. She is currently married to Francis Greco whom she married in 2001 and has three children with him. Then she married comedy actor Jim Carrey in 1996. They stayed as couple for less than a year and were divorced July of 1997. Before Jim Carrey she was married to Danny Quinn in from 1991 to 1993. She divorced him in 1993.
Lauras film credits include Seven Minutes in Heaven in 1985, Band of the Hand in 1986, The Adventures of Ford Fairlane in 1990, Sabrina in 1995, Down Periscope in 1996, Beautiful Girls in 1996, A Smile Like Yours in 1997, Turbulence in 1997, Vig in 1998, No Looking Back in 1998, Any Given Sunday and Entropy in 1999, What Women Want and The Last Producer in 2000, Spirited Away in 2001, Pavement and Changing Hearts in 2002, Raising Flagg in 2003, In Enemy Hands, Down and Derby and The Godfather of Green Bay in 2004, The Chumscrubber and Fatwa in 2005 and Chasing 3000 in 2006.
In television, she was also seen in Love Lives On in 1985 as Tracy, The Antagonists in 1991 TV Series as Kate Ward, Fugitive Among Us in 1992 as Suzie Bryant, Chicago Hope TV Series as Dr. Jeremy Hanlon in 1999 to 2000, Jackie, Ethel, Joan: The Women of Camelot in 2001 mini TV Series as Ethel Kennedy, Santa, Jr. as Susan Flynn and King of Texas in 2002 as Mrs. Rebecca Lear Highsmith, Caught in the Act as Jodie Colter and Just Desserts in 2004 as Grace Carpenter and in NCIS in 2005 up to the present as Director Jenny Shepard.