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Of HOLLAND TAYLOR (Hedda Hopper) Broadway critic John Simon said "she is one of the very few utterly graceful, attractive, elegant, and technically accomplished actresses in our theater." Memorable New York performances include Bess in Breakfast with Les and Bess, Butley opposite Alan Bates, and A.R. Gurney's The Cocktail Hour. No stranger to film, she's appeared in such films as To
Die For, Next Stop Wonderland, One Fine Day, George of the Jungle, The Truman Show, Happy Accidents, Keeping the Faith, Legally Blonde, and Spy Kids (2 and 3). On television, Taylor's work on CBS' comedy hit Two & a Half Men earned her an Emmy nomination in 2005. She won the Emmy for Supporting Actress in a Drama for The Practice and was nominated for AMC's The Lot. Other series starring roles include Norman Lear's The Powers That Be, Tea Leoni's The Naked Truth, and her L.A. debut, Bosom Buddies with Tom Hanks.