Heather Laurie Holden is an American on-screen character, maker, model, and human rights, extremist.
She referred to for her jobs as Marita Covarrubias in The X-Files (1996–2002), Adele Stanton in The Majestic (2001), Cybil Bennett in Silent Hill (2006), Amanda Dumfries in ‘The Mist’, Olivia Murray in ‘The Shield’ Andrea in ‘The Walking Dead’ (2010–2013) and Renee in ‘The Americans’ (2017–2018).
Conceived (December 17, 1969) in Los Angeles and brought up in Toronto, Holden holds double citizenship in the United States and Canada. After her folks, entertainers Glen Corbett and Adrienne Ellis, separated, her mom wedded Chief Michael Anderson. She has a more youthful sibling, Christopher Holden, and a relative.
Holden got her first film job when she was a small kid. While Holden was on the set visiting her stepfather, a kid on-screen character recruited to play Rock Hudson’s little girl in The Martian Chronicles never showed up, so Laurie filled in. ‘Out of nowhere, I’m Rock Hudson’s little girl,’ she reviews.
As a youngster, she won the Look of the Year displaying challenge in Toronto and was given a minor job as a sitter in Anderson’s satire Separate Vacations (1986). After moving on from the Bishop Strachan School, Holden went to McGill University, where she contemplated financial matters and political theory.
She moved to the University of California, Los Angeles, and got a degree in theatre and film in 1993. At UCLA, she was an individual from the National Honor Society and got the lofty Natalie Wood Acting Award. Holden then sought after a graduate degree in human rights at Columbia University.
Holden named one of the 100 Most Creative People in Hollywood in Entertainment Weekly’s It List and One of Ten Actors to Watch by Variety. She likewise won ‘The Look of The Year’ Elite model pursuit in Toronto and was designated in 1996 for a Gemini Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a role in a Dramatic Series for ‘Due South.’