On March 10, 2001, she married her current husband, an investment banker named Francis Greco, with whom she adopted a son named Alexander Joseph Greco (born in May 2001).She also becomes the mother of her two other adopted sons: William and Henry.The high-profile relationship eventually came to end in 1998.Her marriage life is also been linked to her first husband, actor Danny Quinn (together from 1991-93) and the investment banker Francis Greco, whom she has been married since 2001.Her mother is Michael Ann, an art history professor at the University of Rochester, and her father is Grant Holly, a producer, screenwriter, and an English Literature lecturer at Hobart and William Smith Colleges in Geneva, New York.She has two younger brothers: Nick Holly, a literary agent who was born in 1971, and Alexander Holly, who died in 1992 in home fire.
Of course, I finally stop lying to myself and acknowledge the guy is a complete fucking douchebag through whom I'm seeking approval (ladies, I know some of you hear me). You get to experience a fleeting sense of validation that you’ve been accepted into a virtual cool-kids club and someone thinks you’re good enough.Meanwhile, the new performer Holly also tried her hand in film acting.After making her debut with a small part in the comedy Seven Minutes in Heaven (1985), which starred Jennifer Connelly and Byron Thames, she got a larger role as Nikki in the Paul Michael Glaser-directed Band of the Hand (1986), where she shared the screen with her first husband, Danny Quinn.Additionally, Holly is known for her impressive turns in films like Sydney Pollacks Sabrina (1995), Ted Demmes Beautiful Girls (1996), Edward Burns No Looking Back (1998), Oliver Stones Any Given Sunday (1999) and Mel Gibson and Helen Hunts What Women Want (2000).The Pennsylvania-born, Geneva-raised actress will play small role Marilyn in the family film Chasing 3000 (2006) for director Gregory J. Off screen, Holly is most-known for her on-again and off-again relationship with comedian/actor Jim Carrey, whom she met in 1994 while filming the hit Dumb and Dumber and finally got married in 1996.Dumb & Dumber The offspring of college professors, Lauren Holly made the hazardous decision to relocate to Hollywood to become an actress upon receiving a B. With little TV experience, including spots on two episodes of Hill Street Blues (1984), and an episode of Spenser: For Hire, as well as the TV movie Love Lives On (1985), Holly earned her first break when she was invited to join the cast of the ABC daytime soap All My Children in 1986 in the regular role of teen heroine Julie Rand Chandler, a role that brought her a 1988 Daytime Emmy nomination for Outstanding Ingenue in a Drama Series.