Jim Holt (actor)
James David Holt|
15 January 1956
Liverpool, England, United Kingdom
|Spouse(s)||Robyn Jean Holt (19 January 1985–present)|
Jim Holt, (born 15 January 1956) is a British-born actor who has appeared in many Australian television shows and films.
Holt is also a magician, and has had the opportunity to incorporate this talent into some of his television appearances. Well known productions in which he has appeared include Bodyline, Anzacs, Crocodile Dundee II, A Country Practice, Embassy, G. P., Heartbreak High, Wildside, and most recently in an episode of Packed to the Rafters (2009).
He is married to publishing executive Robyn Holt and they have an adult daughter named Hannah. From around 2002 to early 2006 he was based in Russia while his wife was the Managing Director of Conde Nast Zao (Russia), publishers of Russian Vogue, GQ, Architectural Digest and Glamour magazines.
|1983||Under Capricorn||William Winter||TV mini-series|
|1983||Who Killed Baby Azaria?||Detective Sergeant Charlwood||TV mini-series|
|1984||Bodyline||Harold Larwood||TV mini-series|
|1985||Anzacs||Pte. Dinny "Dingo" Gordon||TV mini-series|
|1986||The Humpty Dumpty Man||Russell Wilkes|
|1986||Five Times Dizzy||TV Series|
|1987||Captain James Cook||Lt. John Williamson||TV mini-series|
|1987||Vietnam||Lt. Smart||TV mini-series|
|1987||Going Sane||Irwin Grant|
|1987||The Time Guardian||Rafferty|
|1988||Os Emissários de Khalom||Lord Costigan||Film (Portuguese)|
|1988||Crocodile Dundee II||Erskine|
|1988||Evil Angels||John Eldridge||Film: released outside Australia and New Zealand as A Cry in the Dark. Based on the 1985 book Evil Angels.|
|1989||How Wonderful!||Lord Costigan|
|1989||The Flying Doctors||Brian||TV Series - 1 episode|
|1982–1990||A Country Practice||Kevin Carson (1982)/Cole Swetz(1983)/Dr Ian Parker (1988)/Sgt Bruce Sharp (1990)||TV Series - 8 episodes|
|1990||Hey Dad..!||Brian Edwards||TV Series - 1 episode|
|1992||The Last Man Hanged||Journalist||TV|
|1991–1992||Embassy||James Peake||TV Series - 4 episodes|
|1993–1994||G. P.||Justin Browning||TV Series - 2 episodes|
|1995||Blue Murder||Brian Alexander||TV mini-series|
|1996||The Man from Snowy River||Noah Bates||TV series - 1 episode (released in the UK & US as Snowy River: The McGregor Saga)|
|1997||Big Sky||Mark Campbell||TV|
|1997||Diana & Me||Detective|
|1997–1998||Heartbreak High||Tony Black||TV Series - 4 episodes|
|1998||Children's Hospital||Duncan||TV Series - 1 episode|
|1998–1999||Wildside||Sgt Graham Holbeck||TV Series - 10 episodes|
|1999||Murder Call||Graham Hart||TV|
|2000||The Potato Factory||Harris||TV mini-series|
|2000||The Monkey's Mask||Bill McDonald||Film: aka Cercle intime (France), aka La maschera di scimmia (Italy), aka Poetry, Sex (Japan: English title)|
|2001||My Husband My Killer||Porter||TV|
|2002||Young Lions||David Brooks||TV Series - 1 episode|
|2006||The Prince and Me 2: The Royal Wedding||Prince Albert||Straight-to-Video release|
|2009||Packed to the Rafters||Bill Tonks||TV Series - 1 episode|
- "Jim Holt (I) - Biography". Internet Movie Database. Retrieved 2009-09-19.
- "Chief Executive Women - Member's Profile - Robyn Holt". Chief Executive Women Inc. Archived from the original on 2006-05-27. Retrieved 2009-09-19.
- "A Cry in the Dark (1988) - Release dates". IMDb.com. Retrieved 2012-06-15.
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