Holly Marie Combs
Prior to her starring role on Charmed, Holly Marie Combs was perhaps best recognized for her work as Tom Skeritt and Kathy Baker’s daughter in the critically acclaimed television drama series "Picket Fences."
Born in San Diego, CA, Combs moved with her family to New York when she was eight years old. Following in her mother’s footsteps as an aspiring actress, she began her career working in television commercials and print advertisements at age 10. She won her first movie role by the time she was 13 years old, as Don Johnson and Susan Sarandon’s daughter in the feature film "Sweet Hearts Dance."
Her big break came at the age of 18 when she landed the role in "Picket Fences." Combs has worked extensively in television movies, encompassing an impressive range of starring roles, including her portrayal as the daughter of a murdered heiress in the fact-based "Daughters," killer Diane Zamora in "Love’s Deadly Triangle: The Texas Cadet Murder" and a rape victim in "Sins of Silence."
In feature films Combs will be seen next in Steven Soderbergh’s remake of "Ocean’s 11," opposite George Clooney and Brad Pitt, in which she plays herself along with Barry Watson, Joshua Jackson and Topher Grace. She also played a young girl propositioned by a wheelchairbound Tom Cruise in the 1989 Vietnam War saga "Born on the Fourth of July." Her additional big-screen credits include the horror drama "Dr. Giggles," "Chain of Desire" with Malcom McDowell, and "Simple Men."
Combs resides in Los Angeles where she enjoys gardening and horseback riding.
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