Airing for the first time on September 18, 1992, it was a series many got glued to but what was the series Lauren Holly Picket Fences about?
Lauren Holly is in here because she was one of the stars that made it a series many loved to watch.
Picket Fences was the series that catapulted Lauren Holly to fame and she has not looked back since then as she went on to do a lot of other things that have made her a mainstay in the movie industry.
Lauren Holly Picket Fences is just an association of a popular star with what made her popular and gave her the breakthrough. What is the whole series about?
We shall look at what Lauren Holly PicketFences was all about, but for now, let’s see who Lauren is.
Lauren Holly of Lauren Holly Picket Fences Biography
Lauren Holly was born on October 28, 1963, in Bristol, Pennsylvania.
Her father, Grant, is a screenwriter and professor at Hobart and William Smith Colleges, and her mother, Michael, is a curator at the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute.
Holly has a younger brother, Nick, and an older brother, Alexander, who passed away in 1992.
Her most well-known television roles include “Picket Fences,” “NCIS,” and “Motive.”
She is best known for her parts in the films “Dumb and Dumber,” “Beautiful Girls,” and “What Women Want.”
“Any Given Sunday,” “The Final Storm,” “The Blackcoat’s Daughter,” as well as “Chicago Hope,” “Designated Survivor,” and “Family Law,” are among Holly’s other films and television shows.
Education of Lauren Holly
Lauren Holly was a member of the Geneva High School cheerleading squad.
Holly went on to Sarah Lawrence College in Yonkers, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in English in 1985.
She started to act professionally in 1983 and a lot of movies and series can be credited to her today.
We know a little about her now, let’s see Lauren Holly Picket Fences series and what it was all about and how it catapulted the actress to fame.
Lauren Holly Picket Fences
David E. Kelley conceived and produced Picket Fences, an American family drama television series about the citizens of Rome, Wisconsin.
The show aired on the CBS television network in the United States from September 18, 1992, until June 26, 1996.
Due to its Friday night death slot, it failed to retain a consistent primetime audience and had inconsistent ratings.
In its first season on the air, it ranked 80th in prime-time Nielsen ratings, rising to 66th in its second season.
The exteriors of the show were shot in Monrovia, California, an L.A. suburb, with many of the town’s residents appearing in the background of episodes.
The cast of the Picket Fences Series
Lauren Holly was the beneficiary of the fame of this series as it was the series that catapulted her to fame but she was not the only cast in the series as there were several others.
The other cast of the Picket Fences series included: Tom Skerritt, Kathy Baker, Costas Mandylor, Holly Marie Combs, Justin Shenkarow, Adam Wylie, Fyvush Finkel, Kelly Connell, Zelda Rubinstein, Don Cheadle, Marlee Matlin, Ray Walston.
Awards won but the Picket Fences Series
During its four-year run, Picket Fences received fourteen Emmy Awards (including “Best Dramatic Series” twice) and one Golden Globe Award.
The show has a devoted following today, and it is frequently replayed in Western Europe.
Bienvenue à Rome, USA was rebroadcast in French in Canada on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.