Janet Holden Wiki: Know More About Eric McCormack’s wife

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Janet Holden
Janet Holden

Janet Holden is the lovely wife of Canadian-American actor Eric McCormack. Janet and Eric McCormack have been together since 1997.

About Eric McCormack

Eric McCormack is a popular Television actor best known for his role as Will Truman in sitcom “Will & Grace”. He started his acting career in late 1990s and then appeared in several television series like Top Cops, Street Justice, Lonesome Dove: The Series, Townies and Ally McBeal.

He received International recognition after the role of Will Truman in series “Will & Grace”. For his role, he was nominated for six Golden Globe and four Emmy Awards. In 2001, he won Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in Comedy Series.

About Janet Holden

Janet Leigh Holden is a Canadian Assistant Director. As an assistant director, she has worked on some of the movies and TV series like Mr. Mango, The Edge, In Cold Blood, Portraits of a Killer, Angel Flight Down and Lonesome Dove: The Series

Janet Holden and Eric first met on the set of mini-series “Lonesome Dove” in late 1980s. After that they went to date for several years and finally got married in August 3, 1997. They have been happily married for more than 20 years.

Janet and Eric have one son named Finnigan Holden McCormack who was born on July 1, 2002 in Los Angeles. Eric and Janet split their time residing in both Los Angeles and Vancouver.

She is very supportive

Eric is a very busy guy. He spent most of his time in United States filming for sitcom “Will and Grace”. When he is free, he is involved in charitable organizations like Project Angel Food and Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation.

When he is more free, he likes to spend free time with his wife and son. Janet and Eric has been seen several times on the red carpet. It shows how supportive wife she is. While Eric is active promoting “Will and Grace” on social media sites like Twitter and Instagram, Janet doesn’t hold any social media presence. May be she wants to stay out of the mainstream media.

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