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  • Alan leaves to live with his mother Evelyn (Holland Taylor) when the house is sold, but Walden invites both Alan and Jake back to live in the beach house.Two and a Half Men-Wikipedia
  • Off-Broadway in July 2009, he starred opposite Holland Taylor in Mother, a play by Lisa Ebersole.Buck Henry-Wikipedia
  • Since early 2015, Paulson has been in a relationship with actress Holland Taylor.Sarah Paulson-Wikipedia
  • In 2010, actress Holland Taylor debuted in a one-woman show called "Ann: An Affectionate Portrait of Ann Richards" at the Charline McCombs Empire Theater in San Antonio, Texas.Ann Richards-Wikipedia
  • Both Barbara Hale and William R. Moses reprised their roles for all four films, although in the final film in 1995, Hale contributed only a small cameo with Holland Taylor substituting for her.Perry Mason (TV film series)-Wikipedia
  • Beginning with episode 15 ("The Rave"), Holland Taylor became involved with the series, portraying the more authoritative Dean McMann.Saved by the Bell: The College Years-Wikipedia

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