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David Holliday (I) (1937–1999)

David Holliday was born on August 4, 1937 in Illinois, USA. He was an actor, known for Thunderbirds (1965), Sleeping Beauty (1987) and The Projectionist (1971). He died on March 26, 1999. See full bio »

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 1987 Sleeping Beauty
King
 1971 The Projectionist
Fat Man / Bat's Henchman
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 1973 Coronation Street (TV Series)
Tom Schofield
- Episode #1.1288 (1973) ... Tom Schofield
 1965-1966 Thunderbirds (TV Series)
Virgil Tracy / Timekeeper / Scientist 3 / ...
- Security Hazard (1966) ... Virgil Tracy (voice)
- The Cham-Cham (1966) ... Virgil Tracy (voice)
- Martian Invasion (1966) ... Virgil Tracy (voice)
- Attack of the Alligators (1966) ... Virgil Tracy (voice)
- Brink of Disaster (1966) ... Virgil Tracy (voice)
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 1987 Sleeping Beauty (performer: "How Good It Is")

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He acted in Richard Rodgers's musical, "No Strings", at Her Majesty's Theatre in London, England with Art Lund, Beverly Todd, Hy Hazell, Marti Stevens, Ferdy Mayne, Erica Rogers and Geoffrey Hutchings in the cast. Joe Layton was the director. See more »
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Handsome blond baritone from Broadway who was the alternate Don Quixote in the original company starring Richard Kiley. See more »

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