Lauren Holly Net Worth

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Net Worth: $14 Million
Date of Birth: Oct 28, 1963 (57 years old)
Gender: Female
Height: 5 ft 4 in (1.65 m)
Profession: Actor
Nationality: United States of America
Lauren Holly Net Worth:
$14 Million

Lauren Holly net worth: Lauren Holly is an American actress who has a net worth of $14 million. A striking and astute leading lady, Lauren Holly is one of the few actresses who can claim legitimate success on both the small and big screen. Becoming known to audiences as the tough but sensitive Deputy Maxine Stewart on the Emmy Award-winning show Picket Fences (CBS, 1992-96), Holly fetched her first critical acclaim for her classy performance as Linda Lee in the 1993 action movie Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story. While her role opposite comedy giant Jim Carrey in 1994’s Dumb and Dumber elevated her to star status in Hollywood. However, her subsequent features in Down Periscope (1996) and A Smile Like Yours (1997) failed, just as her one-year-long marriage to Carrey did. She made her spotlight comeback in 2005 when she earned a part in the hit crime series NCIS, for several seasons. Holly has since kept busy with other notable acting engagements, guest-starring on TNT’s Leverage and appearing in TV-movies like Before You Say ‘I Do’ and Too Late to Say Goodbye.

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Inspirational Quotes by Lauren Holly

I never had that star aura.

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I like trying to get pregnant, I'm not so sure about childbirth.

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I never had that reputation of being not accessible.

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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.

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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.

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