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Laurel Holloman on Art, Motherhood and the Balancing Act That Makes for a Truly Great Life

by The Next Family January 30, 2011

By: Sarah Toce

"L Word" Laurel Holloman

She embraced our hearts opposite Jennifer Beals in the hit lesbian Showtime series The L Word before taking a little time off to dive into motherhood full-time (she has two daughters, Lola and Nala, with ex-husband architect Paul Macherey) and re-discover her artistic gift as a painter. Laurel Holloman is at once a beautiful actress, exquisite painter, and devoted mother. This winter, The Incredibly True Adventure of Two Girls in Love star will be visiting The Dinah in Palm Springs. She gave me a call last Saturday to discuss her passions, artistic wanderings, and future plans.

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