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No stranger to primetime television with roles on hit shows such as Lost (2004), Weeds (2005) and CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2000), up and coming actress Holland Roden can be seen in her starring role as "Lydia Martin" in MTV Network's most successful scripted series, Teen Wolf (2011). As a lead role, Holland plays the role of the pop ular girl Lydia Martin, whom the actress says is a mix of Tracy Flick's IQ (Election (1999)) meets Violet Beauregarde's spunk (Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971)).Born and raised in Dallas, Texas, Holland was drawn to the arts at an early age. Fascinated by the "Queen of England" at only six years old, Holland would put on one-woman plays for her family, emulating her favorite royal. Holland took her love of performing one step further and enrolled in theatre camps as well as acting classes to further her passion. However, it was Holland's second love, science that brought her out to Los Angeles and jump-started her career.Holland enrolled at UCLA as a molecular biology major and after one year of school, realized she wanted to return to her passion in acting. Within two months of hiring an agent, Holland got her first big break, a recurring role on HBO's 12 Miles of Bad Road (2007). Holland learned the highs and lows of this business early on, experiencing how such a promising show could be cancelled before it premiered. However, she persevered and went on to book guest starring appearances on shows such as: The Event (2010), Cold Case (2003), Community (2009), and Criminal Minds (2005), as well as a lead in the cult classic franchise: Bring It On: Fight to the Finish (2009). During her hiatus from "Teen Wolf," Holland recently took time out to shoot a guest star episode on ABC's Grey's Anatomy (2005), and a leading role in an independent horror flick titled House of Dust (2013) currently in post-production.Even though Holland has been fulfilling her dream as an actor, she still remained dedicated to her education as a full-time student. However, due to Holland's busy work schedule, she was forced to make the hard decision of switching majors, leaving her love for science behind and majoring in women studies; a field Holland found surprisingly fascinating and received her degree in from UCLA.In contrast to her professional and academic life, Holland's free time consists of exploring the world of music. Whether it's coming across new indie artists or listening to her all time favorites including Ingrid Michaelson, Josh Rouse, Cat Stevens, Mumford & Sons, and Crash Kings, Holland is a music fan through and through. moreless


Holland Roden in Teen Wolf: Season 6, Episode 20 | TVBuzer

Teen Wolf: Season 6, Episode 20

Aired: Sep 24, 2017

Gerard initiates his final attack on the Supernaturals of Beacon Hills.... more


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'Teen Wolf' Interview: Holland Roden Talks Stydia and her Favorite Episode in Season 6

Lydia Martin had a tough time in Eichen House last season on Teen Wolf. So what's in store for our favorite banshee in season six? We sat down with actress Holland Roden at San Diego Comic Con to find out. Holland, accompanied by her mom, talked about a less painful season for Lydia, more bonding with Malia, teased Stiles and Lydia fans with a tidbit, and talked about how there might be more in store for Lydia's love life in season six.  Check out ... more

Why Jordan Parrish Is the Most Useless Character on 'Teen Wolf'

Deputy Jordan Parrish had one job on Teen Wolf. It was to stop the Beast of Gevaudan. Every single character told us it was going to happen from Gerard Argent to the Dread Doctors to the Hellhound inside Parrish himself. Yet when the Beast was finally dealt with, Parrish did virtually nothing.  He might have tussled with the monster a bit but really he just slowed the Beast down and held him so Scott could deliver the final blow. While there is nothing wrong with ... more

10 Times the 'Teen Wolf' Season 5B Premiere was Really Bizarre

If Teen Wolf fans were hoping that "The Last Chimera" would answer their lingering questions left by the summer finale of season 5, they were mistaken. The winter premiere of season 5 was Teen Wolf at its most strange, weird and confusing. At least it was a very fun type of confusion as opposed to "Status Asthmaticus" which was trying so hard to be crazy it actually ended up being boring. Here are the 10 most bizarre moments from ... more

'Teen Wolf' Season 5 Premiere Recap: McCall's Pack Preps for Senior Year and Beyond

Oh, Teen Wolf You incoherent, messy, campy little show. If season 4 was a reset and focus on new characters and settings while wrapping up storylines of old ones (Argent, Derek Hale), then season 5 is almost another reset to focus on the high school setting. It's senior year, Teen Wolf fans, and the future is scarier than any beast they could ever face. I have a soft spot in my heart for  Tee... more

'Teen Wolf': Everything You Need to Know Before the Season 5 Premiere

The fifth season of Teen Wolf is just around the corner. Season 4 wrapped almost a year ago, so it's been just that long since we've heard from the McCall pack. With all of that time passed, how well do you remember the past four seasons? Here's everything you need to know about what's happened so far and what's expected to happen in the upcoming season. Season 5 of Teen Wolf is full of new surprises, old friends and the challenges of adulthood. As you should remember, the McCall pack is heading in to their senior yea... more


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