Lauren Holly Tackling Multiple Projects After Leaving ‘NCIS’

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on November 13, 2013

What is next for Lauren Holly, who played the director on “NCIS”? We really miss her.
—Chuck Green, Jacksonville, North Carolina

Lauren Holly, 50, was on TV all summer as Dr. Betty Rogers, a medical examiner with a quirky sense of humor, in the ABC series “Motive.” She’s set to star as a fiercely independent Southern author held captive in a remote cabin by an obsessed fan in “The Town That Came A-Courtin’,” which is scheduled to air on the UP network in January. She also will star in the movie “Field of Lost Shoes,” a Civil War drama set at the Battle of New Market. The Bristol, Pennsylvania-born mother lives with her three sons in Ontario, Canada.