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English actor

Ian Holm is ...

Alive
Born 12 Sep 1931 in Goodmayes
Age87 years, 8 months
Correction?
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Ian Holm
Sir Ian Holm in Edinburgh August 2004

About Ian Holm

Sir Ian Holm Cuthbert (born 12 September 1931), known as Ian Holm, is an English actor known for his stage work and many film roles. He received the 1967 Tony Award for Best Featured Actor for his performance as Lenny in The Homecoming and the 1998 Laurence Olivier Award for Best Actor for his performance in the title role of King Lear. He won the 1981 BAFTA Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role for his role as athletics trainer Sam Mussabini in Chariots of Fire, for which he was also nominated for an Academy Award. His other well-known film roles include Ash in Alien, Sir William Gull in From Hell, Father Vito Cornelius in The Fifth Element, and the hobbit Bilbo Baggins in The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit film series.

Films

Ian Holm has worked on the following films:

The Fifth Element
1997 science fiction film
1997
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
2012 film directed by Peter Jackson
2012
Chariots of Fire
1981 film by Hugh Hudson
1981
Brazil
1985 dystopian film by Terry Gilliam
1985
The Aviator
2004 American biographical drama film
2004
The Day After Tomorrow
2004 American science fiction disaster film
2004
The Sweet Hereafter
1997 film by Atom Egoyan
1997
Henry V
1989 film directed by Kenneth Branagh
1989
Night Falls on Manhattan
1996 film by Sidney Lumet
1996
Naked Lunch
1991 science fiction drama film
1991
Garden State
2004 comedy-drama film
2004
The Madness of King George
1994 historical film
1994
Oh! What a Lovely War
British musical film
1969
Lord of War
2005 crime war film
2005
Nicholas and Alexandra
1971 biographical film
1971
Frankenstein
horror film directed by Kenneth Branagh
1994
Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes
1984 film by Hugh Hudson
1984
Time Bandits
1981 British fantasy film directed by Terry Gilliam
1981
From Hell
2001 film by Albert Hughes, Allen Hughes
2001
Mary, Queen of Scots
1971 film by Charles Jarrott
1971
Terror in the Aisles
1984 film by Andrew J. Kuehn
1984
Existenz
1999 SciFi film
1999
Hamlet
1990 film by Franco Zeffirelli
1990
Juggernaut
1974 British thriller film
1974
Shout at the Devil
1976 film by Peter R. Hunt
1976
Dreamchild
1985 film by Gavin Millar
1985
A Life Less Ordinary
1997 film by Danny Boyle
1997
Robin and Marian
1976 film by Richard Lester
1976
Loch Ness
1996 family drama film by John Henderson
1996
Another Woman
1988 Woody Allen film
1988
The Hour of the Pig
1993 film by Leslie Megahey
1993
Big Night
1996 film by Stanley Tucci, Campbell Scott
1996
The Emperor's New Clothes
2001 film by Alan Taylor
2001
Young Winston
1972 film by Richard Attenborough
1972
The Lost Boys
British docudrama TV miniseries, 1978, biography of J.M. Barrie
1978
Wetherby
1985 film by David Hare
1985
Strangers with Candy
2005 film by Paul Dinello
2005
Incognito
1998 film by John Badham
1998
Bless the Child
2000 film by Chuck Russell
2000
Prisoner of Paradise
2002 documentary film directed by Malcolm Clarke
2002
Kafka
1991 film by Steven Soderbergh
1991
Joe Gould's Secret
2000 film by Stanley Tucci
2000
Dance with a Stranger
1985 film by Mike Newell
1985
The Return of the Soldier
1982 film by Alan Bridges
1982
The Fixer
1968 film by John Frankenheimer
1968
The Match
1999 British film
1999
Esther Kahn
2000 film by Arnaud Desplechin
2000
Beautiful Joe
2000 film by Stephen Metcalfe
2000
A Midsummer Night's Dream
1968 film by Peter Hall
1968
The Treatment
2006 film by Oren Rudavsky
2006
Chromophobia
2005 film by Martha Fiennes
2005
O Jerusalem
2006 film directed by Elie Chouraqui
2006
Blue Ice
1992 film by Russell Mulcahy
1992
The Homecoming
1973 film by Peter Hall
1973
A Severed Head
1970 film by Dick Clement
1970
The Reincarnation of Khensur Rinpoche
1991 film by Ritu Sarin
1991