Canadian-American actor, musician, and writer, Eric James McCormack is married to his girlfriend-turned-wife Janet Holden. 55-year-old Eric famed for his as Will Truman in the American sitcom Will & Grace is also known for his loyal relationship with his wife Janet.
The couple is married for over 21 years and yet they are free from the mishaps of direction. Eric and Janet free from the records of past affairs have become an idol couple for Hollywood. The duos are blessed with a son named Finnigan Holden McCormack.
Eric McCormack with his wife at the 37th AFI Life Achievement Awards
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Eric McCormack and Janet Holden have been married for over 2 decades. They dated for quite a while after they met on the set of Lonesome Dove.
This couple is together since they got married in 1997 and still have a strong relationship. Also, the couple shares a son named Finnigan Holden McCormack.
Eric McCormack and his wife Janet Holden with their son Finnigan Holden McCormack
Eric can be seen posting his family pics on his social media sites. Check this one out.
Once there came a rumor that the talk of Eric McCormack being gay hampered his relationship.
Despite the well-known fact that Eric is a married guy and also has a son the gossip didn’t end up. The back talk about her sexuality with Eric has hurt his marriage and Janet his wife was extremely upset about the false belief of people believing Eric is gay. It is for sure that no women want any people to talk about her man's sexuality.
There are many stars who have played the LGBT character on-screen and there are various stars portraying the role of gay and homosexual who are straight in real life. And no one has the right to judge any stars by the role they play.
The Travelers actor Eric McCormack originally is from Canada and holds dual Canadian and US citizenship. He is not only involved in entertainment but also is involved in charitable organizations.
He is involved in many Los Angeles and Canadian-based charitable organizations which include Project Angel Food. Eric was once involved in a breast cancer awareness program for which he was awarded the Human Spirit Awards by The Wellness Community West Los Angeles Tribute.
While Eric was involved in this awareness he shared how his comedy helped his mother, Doris, to endure her breast cancer treatment.
Eric's mother was also honored with the Lifetime's Breast Cancer Heroes Luncheon in 2004. Furthermore, he is also a board member of the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation and was once honored with the MMRF Spirit of Hope Award in October 2006.