"L Word" star Laurel Holloman's divorce has gone the way of her lady-loving TV show -- KAPUT -- because TMZ has learned, her divorce from her real-life husband has just been finalized.TMZ broke… READ MORE >
Laurel Holloman (born May 23, 1971) is an American actress, best known for her roles as Randy Dean in the 1995 indie film The Incredibly True Adventure of Two Girls in Love, Justine Cooper on Angel, and Tina Kennard on the Showtime series The L Word. Laurel attended the University of North Carolina and appeared in numerous theater productions. After her freshman year, she moved to Chicago to work with the Piven Theatre Workshop. She studied with John Lynn in Los Angeles; was cast in David Orr's independent feature Blossom Time. She moved to New York City in early 1994 and appeared in stage productions such as Tennessee Williams' Glass Menagerie, Carson McCullers' The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter at Theatre for the New City. Holloman also performed off-Broadway in Julia Jordan's Night Swim at Playwright's Horizons.