British comedian Stanley Holloway wears a trilby, jacket and tie as he smokes his pipe

Stanley Holloway

1890–1982 | British actor

British comedian, entertainer, singer and character actor with a long list of international credits in revue, musical comedy and variety, as well as films

Mini Biography

Born in London, Stanley Holloway became a star with the concert party the Co-Optimists and was famous for his monologues delivered in a Yorkshire accent.

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Father O’Flynn
Sam Small
Squibs (1935)
Constable Charley Lee
Sam Small
Narrator
Cotton Queen (1937)
Sam Owen
Main title from The Vicar of Bray (1937) (5).  Stanley Holloway as the Vicar of Bray
The Vicar of Bray
Policeman
The Great Vance
Bob Mitchell
Pte Ted Brewer
Mr Palmer
Albert Godby
Carnival (1946)
Charlie Raeburn
Sgt Sullivan
Vincent Crummles
Tramp
Hamlet (1948)
Gravedigger
Noose (1948)
Insp. Kendall
Alastair
Snowbound (1948)
Joe Wesson
Ramshead
Arthur Pemberton
One Wild Oat (1951)
Alfred Gilbey
Pendlebury
Henry Lord
Henry Gow: Fumed Oak
Valentine
Mr Lucifer (Stanley Holloway) flies out into the third dimension.  A scene from Ealing Studios’ Meet Mr Lucifer, 1953.
Mr Hollingsworth / Mr Lucifer
Charley Porter
The General
MacDonagh
Kipper
Fred Andrews
Park Gardener
The Judge
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