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Holly Johnson was born on February 9, 1960 in Liverpool, Merseyside, England as William Johnson. He is an actor and composer, known for Doomsday (2008), The Devil's Double (2011) and Toys (1992). See full bio »

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Known For

Doomsday Soundtrack
(2008)
The Devil's Double Soundtrack
(2011)
Toys Soundtrack
(1992)
EuroTrip Soundtrack
(2004)

Filmography

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 2016 Holly Johnson: Ascension (Eddie the Eagle Version) (Video short)
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 2016 Holly Johnson: Ascension (Lyric Version) (Video short)
Holly Johnson (voice)
 2016 Holly Johnson: Follow Your Heart (Video short)
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 2015 Holly Johnson: Dancing with No Fear (Video short)
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 2014 Holly Johnson: Heaven's Eyes (Video short)
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 2014 Holly Johnson: In and Out of Love (Video short)
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 2012 The Justice Collective: He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother (Video short)
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 2009 Frankie Goes to Hollywood: Relax (2009 Remix) (Video short)
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 1999 Holly Johnson: The Power of Love (Video short)
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 1999 Holly Johnson: Disco Heaven (Video short)
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 1994 Holly Johnson: Legendary Children (Video short)
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 1994 Ryuichi Sakamoto Feat. Holly Johnson: Love & Hate (Video short)
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 1991 Holly Johnson: Across the Universe (Video short)
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 1990 Holly Johnson: Where Has Love Gone? (Video short)
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 1989 Holly Johnson: Atomic City (Video short)
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 1989 Holly Johnson: Heaven's Here (Video short)
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 1989 Holly Johnson: Americanos (Video short)
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 1988 Holly Johnson: Love Train (Video short)
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 1987 Frankie Goes to Hollywood: Watching the Wildlife (Video short)
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 1986 Frankie Goes to Hollywood: Warriors of the Wasteland (Video short)
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 1986 Frankie Goes to Hollywood: Rage Hard (Video short)
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 1986 Video Beat (TV Series)
Self interview
 1985 Frankie Goes to Hollywood: Welcome to the Pleasuredome (Video short)
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 1984 Frankie Goes to Hollywood: Relax (Body Double Version) (Video short)
Holly Johnson
 1984 Frankie Goes to Hollywood: The Power of Love (Video short)
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 1984 Body Double
Singing Nightclub Doorman (uncredited)
 1984 Frankie Goes to Hollywood: Two Tribes (Video short)
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 1984 Frankie Goes to Hollywood: Relax (Live Version) (Video short)
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 1984 Frankie Goes to Hollywood: Relax (Laser Version) (Video short)
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 1983 Frankie Goes to Hollywood: Relax (Original Version) (Video short)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Album: "Dreams That Money Can't Buy" (1991/MCA) See more »

Publicity Listings:

1 Print Biography | 1 Pictorial | See more »

Official Sites:

Official Site

Alternate Names:

Frankie Goes to Hollywood

Height:

5' 8½" (1.74 m)
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Personal Quote:

There was a sort of rock hierarchy, people like Freddie Mercury in his ivory tower in Kensington and supergroups like Pink Floyd and Genesis. They were all untouchable wizards of rock music and, really, those holy cows came tumbling down with punk. See more »

Trivia:

Frankie Goes to Hollywood were enormously successful in 1984. Their first single, "Relax", was playlisted by BBC Radio One and then banned by the corporation because of its lyrics and video. It went to the no. 1 position in the British chart and stayed on the chart for a remarkable 48 weeks. Their second single, "Two Tribes", also went to number one and stayed in the charts for an impressive 21 ... See more »

Star Sign:

Aquarius

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