Dennis Holahan

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Dennis Holahan
Born (1942-11-07) November 7, 1942 (age 71)
Stamford, Connecticut, U.S.
Nationality American
Spouse(s) Loretta Swit (1983–1995, divorced)
Parents Richard Andrew Holahan (businessman)

Dennis Holahan (born November 7, 1942, in Stamford, Connecticut) is an American actor appearing in film and television. Holahan is best known for appearing in the crime film Scarface as Jerry the Banker. Holahan had appeared in the movie The Vegas Strip War in 1984 playing Jimmy Weldstrom.

Holahan was married to actress Loretta Swit from 1983 to 1995.[1]

In 1992 Holahan went back to the legal career he had put on hiatus in 1972. He started the Holahan Law firm , which is based in Los Angeles and specialises in entertainment law. Ironically, he played a lawyer in his 1981 appearance on The White Shadow. His character interviewed James Hayward (Thomas Carter) for a summer job.



Year Title Role Notes
1995 3 Ninjas Knuckle Up EPA Man
1993 Aspen Extreme Henri
1992 Kuffs Doctor Will Carlton
1991 Rich Girl Lawyer
1990 Menu for Murder Steve Mann Television
1989 Collision Course Derek Jarryd
1988 Wildfire Mitch
1986 Hyper Sapien: People from Another Star Aric
The Fifth Missile Warden Television
1984 The Vegas Strip War Jimmy Weldstrom Television
1983 Scarface Jerry the Banker
1981 Halloween II Morgan Strode
1980 Haywire Bill the Second Television


Year Title Role No. of episodes
1991 Top of the Heap Man #1 1 episode
Married... with Children Man #1 1 episode
1988 High Mountain Rangers Mallory 1 episode
1985 1st & Ten Unknown 1 episode
1984 Who's the Boss? Grant Paxton 1 episode
Blue Thunder Richard J. Lassiter 1 episode
1983 The Fall Guy Usher 1 episode
Alice Rob 1 episode
M*A*S*H* Per Johannsen 1 episode
1982 CHiPs Fred 1 episode
1981 Hill Street Blues Councilman Tom McAurley 2 episodes
The White Shadow Ed Barter 1 episode
The Dukes of Hazzard Harry Joe 1 episode
1980–1983 Dallas George Walker 2 episodes
1980 Beyond Westworld Captain Farrell 1 episode
1979 The Rockford Files Agent Kaiser 1 episode
1978–1979 The Incredible Hulk Art Philbin 2 episodes
1978 The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries Arthur Philips 1 episode
Lou Grant Jack Patterson 1 episode
1963 General Hospital John Unknown


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