Laurel Holloman Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Laurel Holloman Net Worth $3 Million Dollars
Laurel Holloman Net Worth: Laurel Holloman is an American artist and performer who has a net worth of $3 million. Produced in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, in 1971, Laurel Holloman earned a performance communicating degree in the University of North Carolina. She got involved in theatre while in school and performed abroad in London. Holloman shortly started taking courses in art in The San Francisco Art Institute as well as the University of California at Los Angeles using a particular emphasis on painting. In 2004, Holloman starred as Tina Kennard in the hit show “The L Word” until 2009. She appeared in 70 episodes and won a Satellite Award for Best Performer in a TV Drama Series. Holloman has also had parts on “That Is Life”, “Angel”, “Citadel”, and “Massive”. Along with her playing, Holloman has a successful painting career. She married her husband Paul Macherey in 2002 and they’d one biological and one adopted daughter collectively before their 2012 divorce.
May 23, 1971
Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA
5' 6" (1.68 m)
New York University, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Lola Reiko Macherey, Nala Belle Macherey
Satellite Award for Best Actress – Television Series Drama
The Incredibly True Adventure of Two Girls in Love, Tumbleweeds, Boogie Nights, The Rising Place, Prefontaine, Loser Love, Loving Jezebel, The Myth of Fingerprints, The First to Go, Dying to Belong, Chapter Zero, Dalva, Lush, Popcorn Shrimp, Alone, Cherry
Studied at the British American Dramatic Academy in London.
After her first year in college, Laurel moved to Chicago to work with the Piven Theatre Workshop. She studied with John Lynn in Los Angeles, and was cast in David Orr's independent feature Blossom Time (1996).
Acting is... sort of my... for my ego. And painting is for my soul.
I just feel like when you fall in love you can't help who you fall in love with. You love who you love; it just is what it is.
I'd like to look at my career when I'm older and go, "Hey, I really did things that were hard."