Lauren Holly is an American actress.
She started her career in 1983.
The television shows "Picket Fences," "NCIS," and "Motive" are where Lauren Holly is best recognized for her work.
She is well-known for her roles in movies like "Dumb and Dumber," "Beautiful Girls," and "What Women Want" on the big screen. Along with the television series "Chicago Hope," "Designated Survivor," and "Family Law,"
Holly has also appeared in the movies "Any Given Sunday," "The Final Storm," and "The Blackcoat's Daughter."
Her acting career brings her great income.
Lauren Holly's net worth is currently estimated at $19 million.
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Her first husband was actor Danny Quinn, they were married from 1991 to 1993.
Lauren Holly with her first husband
After that, she was married to actor Jim Carrey for only a year from 1996 to 1997.
Lauren Holly with her second husband
Her last and longest marriage was from 2001 to 2014 with banker Francis Greco. With him she has 3 kids.
Lauren Holly with her last husband
Children: Lauren Holly has 3 sons, George Greco, Alexander Joseph Greco and Henry Greco.
His son Alexander is also an actor.
Lauren Holly with her sons
Lauren Hollyâ€™s father is a professor Grant Holly.
Lauren Hollyâ€™s mother is a historian Michael Ann Holly.
Siblings: Lauren Holly has 2 brothers, Nick Holly and Alexander Innes Holly.
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"It always made me sad that there were kids who didn't have homes."
"I never had that star aura."
"I really wanted to raise my boys in a place where 'celebrity' wasn't important, and where I could be closer to where I grew up (upstate NY). I love it here - it reminds me of my childhood. It seems more open minded and inclusive, and I love the seasons."
"I just thought that I had had my fill for a while and wanted to have a family. My husband was moving to Chicago for his job. And so I went along. And it was a great thing that I did."
"I never had that reputation of being not accessible."
"You'll be a good parent when you're ready to no longer be selfish. Until I was about 35, it was all about me. I look back and I'm astonished at how I lived my life - it was totally self-involved."
"Life NEVER slows down."
"It was at the beginning of all this tabloid frenzy. Our garbage was being gone through, and we were involved in all these chases getting home, and people camping out on our property to get pictures."