Janet Holden is known as a Canadian filmmaker. She is most famous for being the wife of actor, Eric McCormack from Will and Grace.
Janet Holden was born in Edmonton, Canada.
Janet Holden didn't appear in the public sphere until her marriage to Canadian-American actor, Eric McCormack. The pair met on the set of the CBS series "Lonesome Dove" in 1994 where she was working as an assistant director. McCormack was an up-and-coming actor when the two met and they eventually married in August 1997. The couple enjoyed several years of marriage and had a child named Finnigan Holden McCormack who was born on July 1, 2002, in Los Angeles California.
Her husband, Eric is well known for his role as Will Truman in the sitcom Will and Grace. Eric is also the CEO of his production organization, Big Cattle Productions, which creates content for TV. Her husband, Eric James McCormack was born on April 18, 1963, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. His folks are Keith McCormack and Doris McCormack. Mr. McCormack is a finance related expert for an oil organization. In 1982, McCormack graduated from Sir John A MacDonald Collegiate Institute, Toronto, Canada. In the wake of moving on from high school, he joined Ryerson University School, Toronto, Canada. This is the place he took in his acting abilities. In 1985, he dropped out a while before graduation to start performing with the Stratford Shakespeare Festival in Stratford, Ontario.
McCormack started his career in the 1986 film The Boys from Syracuse. Afterward, he relocated to Los Angeles, California, and started working on TV shows. In 1991, he appeared in the episode of the CBS crime series Top Cops. In 1998, McCormack got his big break in the wake of being cast as a legal advisor, Will Truman on the NBC sitcom Will and Grace. In 199, he also featured in the comedy film Free Enterprise. In 2000, McCormack appeared in the ABC TV film The Audrey Hepburn Story, depicting the actor Mel Ferrer.
In 2004, he had a regular role as Ray Summers on Showtime's comedy-drama Dead Like Me. In 2005, McCormack featured in the film The Sisters, which was based on Anton Chekhov's play Three Sisters. McCormack has featured in a few motion pictures like Netflix's Travelers. He composed, directed and featured in the lighthearted comedy, What You Wish For.
In January 2017, NBC finalized a negotiation for another, 10-episode season of Will and Grace. In March 2018, NBC requested five additional episodes for another season of Will and Grace.
Janet's husband is engaged with numerous American and Canadian beneficent associations and compassionate crusades like Project Angel Food, Shelter Dogs, and Cancer Awareness.
The family often travels between Los Angeles and Vancouver for work. Her husband's career began taking off and he appeared on the famous television series "Will & Grace" where he played Will Truman. The couple is still working in the film and television business to this day and has accumulated an approximate net worth of $15 million.
Janet Holden developed a successful career as a movie producer and has worked on the sets of a few movies and shows. Some of her notable credits include Lonesome Dove: The Series (1994), Cold Blood (1996), The Edge, and Mr. Magoo (1997).
|Net Worth 2020:||15 million|
|Net Worth 2021:||950 thousand|