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Holly Marie Combs married Bryan Travis Smith on February 28, 1993. Holly Marie Combs is an American actress and television producer who is best known for her role as Kimberly Brock in the CBS series ‘Picket Fences’.
The marriage lasted about 4 years until they eventually separated on 12 February 1997. She is also part of other TV shows including WB series ‘Charmed’ and ‘Pretty Little Liars’.
She portrayed the character of Kimberly Brock, the daughter of Sheriff Jimmy Brock in the show.
As of now, Holly has a total of 26 credits as an actress for various movies and television series.
Pretty Little Liars ended after seven seasons, and Combs returned for the show's final episode on June 27, 2017.
In January 2016, Combs starred in the Hallmark Channel television film Love's Complicated, playing the lead role of Leah Townsend, a big city novel writer and senator's daughter who is "known for being a people pleaser." On February 14, 2004, she married her long-time boyfriend and the former Charmed key-grip David Donoho.
The scar in her eyebrow was caused by her walking into a marble table when she was learning to walk.
Holly successfully landed her first major role at age 14 in ‘Sweet Hearts Dance’, where she played the character of Debs Boon.
Combs was a series regular for the first three seasons, but became credited as a special guest star from season four onwards.
Combs was the only cast member to appear in every episode of the series, including the original unaired pilot.
During Charmed, Combs made a cameo appearance in Steven Soderbergh's Ocean's Eleven (2001), and starred opposite Charisma Carpenter in the romantic comedy film See Jane Date (2003), portraying the role of "a struggling actress whose career benefits from an affair with an A-list actor." In 2007, she starred in the Lifetime television film Point of Entry (also titled Panic Button) as Kathy Alden, a wife and mother of a single child whose family moves to a "beautiful and supposedly secure gated community after she's the victim of a violent house break-in." However, that version of the show never made it to air.
Giggles, in which she played Jennifer Campbell, the 19-year-old daughter of Tom Campbell (played by Cliff De Young) and girlfriend of Max Anderson (played by Glenn Quinn). During 1996, Combs starred as Sophie Di Matteo in Sins of Silence, a drama/horror television film directed by Sam Pillsbury.
Combs's first major breakthrough as an actress came at the age of 18, in the CBS television series Picket Fences. Jill Brock (played by Kathy Baker), was her stepmother. The casting agent told her that she wasn't right for the part because she "didn't have a big enough heart." Combs retorted, "If you're looking for someone with a big heart, what the hell are you doing in New York? The following year, Combs portrayed real-life convicted murderer Diane Zamora in the television film Love's Deadly Triangle: The Texas Cadet Murder, and appeared in the fact-based drama film Daughters as Alex Morell, one of the two daughters of a murdered heiress.