Holly Fields is an American actress. Fields was Molly Ringwald's understudy when she was seven years old in "Through the Looking Glass". After touring the country in the national show, she joined the Broadway cast of Annie at age ten. She starred in many other shows, including the National Tour of A Christmas Carol as Tiny Tim for two years. Following her success on stage, she transitioned to on screen in television, commercials and modeling. Within one week of landing in Los Angeles, Fields, then age 13, was booked for the CBS pilot for CBS Summer Playhouse: Fort Figueroa (1988) and starred alongside Charles Haid. She then appeared in over 100 commercials by and 40 TV shows and films by the end of 1990, including such popular TV shows as MacGyver, Charmed, Quantum Leap, and Growing Pains. For her extensive work during this time, she was presented with two Youth in Film awards for “Best Newcomer” and “Best Female Guest Star.” Christopher Guest then cast her in The Big Picture (1989). She has had starring roles opposite Michael J. Fox, Christopher Walken, Jennifer Aniston, Paul Rudd, Julie Bowen, Joanna Kerns, Alyssa Milano, Drew Barrymore, Christopher Lloyd, Tobey Maguire and Burt Reynolds. She discovered at an early age that she was able to copy voices and after looping for others when asked, she became a professional voice match artist/looper and has voiced Cameron Diaz's voice and singing in over 60 projects thus far, including Princess Fiona in Shrek. Holly has also re voiced Drew Barrymore, Kate Bosworth, Leslie Mann, Brittany Murphy, Paula Abdul, Gwen Stefani, Britney Spears, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Hailee Steinfeld and many more for movies and TV Shows. Holly became loved by the Sci-Fi and Horror film audiences after starring in Wishmaster 2, Seed People, and many other popular films in those genres. She voices Nadia Grell in the Star Wars: The Old Republic series. Holly is set to star in The Reel Deal alongside Eric Roberts, Don Wilson, Judy Norton, Dustin Diamond, and Tim Russ. Produced by Adryenn Ashley, the reality TV show pairs celebrities with up and coming actors, writers, directors and composers to make a movie in 4 days. Holly appears on The OC as Aunt Cindy, Julie Coopers trashy sister. When not acting, Holly sings with many bands and does vocal work on many albums, including three albums of her own. She was produced by Robbie Nevil and Joey Carbone and was given a record deal in Japan, where she does music tours for her fans. She is the Great Granddaughter of Edward B. Gross, who was one of the founders of Cannery row. She is also Grand Niece of Slim Hawks and Howard Hawks (the film director/producer).