Holland Taylor is an actress who was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S. in 14/01/1943 and is now 80 years old. Holland Taylor has a net worth of $15 Million.
What is Holland Taylor Net Worth?
Holland Taylor's net worth is 15 Million.
How old is Holland Taylor?
Holland Taylor is 80 years old.
What is Holland Taylor Birthday?
Holland Taylor's birthday is 14/01/1943.
What is Holland Taylor Zodiac Sign?
Holland Taylor's zodiac sign is Capricornus.
What is Holland Taylor's Real Birth Name?
Holland Taylor's real birth name is Holland Virginia Taylor .
Where is Holland Taylor's Birthplace?
Holland Taylor's birthplace is Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S..
How Tall is Holland Taylor?
Holland Taylor height is 5'4'' (162.56 cm).
What is Holland Taylor Nationality?
Holland Taylor nationality is United States.
What are Holland Taylor's Professions?
Holland Taylor's professions are Actress.
Who is Holland Taylor's Spouse(s)?
Sarah Paulson (2015–present)
Who is Holland Taylor?
Holland Virginia Taylor (born January 14, 1943) is an American actress. She won the 1999 Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series for her role as Judge Roberta Kittleson on ABC’s The Practice (1998–2003) and she received four Primetime Emmy Award nominations for her portrayal of Evelyn Harper on the CBS comedy Two and a Half Men (2003–15).
Taylor’s other notable television credits include starring roles on the sitcoms Bosom Buddies (1980–82), The Powers That Be (1992–93) and The Naked Truth (1995–98). She also appeared as Jill Ollinger on the soap opera All My Children (1981–83), as Peggy Peabody on The L Word (2004–08), and as Ida Silver on Mr. Mercedes (2017–19). In 2017 she played Alice Lewis, Letty’s jewel thief grandmother, in the TNT series Good Behavior.
In 2020, she received critical praise and her eighth Primetime Emmy Award nomination for portraying Ellen Kincaid in the Netflix miniseries Hollywood.
Taylor’s feature film credits include Romancing the Stone (1984) and its sequel The Jewel of the Nile (1985), Alice (1990), To Die For (1995), One Fine Day (1996), George of the Jungle (1997), The Truman Show (1998), Happy Accidents (2000), Keeping the Faith (2000), Legally Blonde (2001), The Wedding Date (2005), Baby Mama (2008), Gloria Bell (2018), Bill & Ted Face the Music (2020), and The Stand In (2020).
Taylor wrote and starred in the one-woman play, Ann (Broadway, 2013), based on the life and work of Ann Richards. For this she received a nomination for the Tony Award for Best Actress. She returned to the role in the 2022 West Coast premiere at the Pasadena Playhouse. Her other notable Broadway credits include Butley (1972), We Interrupt This Program… (1975), Moose Murders (1983), and The Front Page (2016).