University of Chicago
| Anthony Holland|
| March 3, 1928 (1928-03-03) Brooklyn, New York, U.S.|
July 9, 1988, New York City, New York, United States
Obie Award for Performance
Klute, The Lonely Lady, The Anderson Tapes, Popi, The Best Christmas Pageant
Peter Sasdy, Alan Arkin, Philip Kaufman, Arthur Hiller, George Schaefer
Anthony Holland (March 3, 1928 - July 9, 1988) was an American actor, best known for his comic performances in theatre, film and television.
Holland graduated from the University of Chicago and studied acting with Lee Strasberg during the 1960s. He was one of the original members of The Second City improvisational comedy group.
In 1987, he appeared in Martha Clarke's adaptation of several stories by Franz Kafka, The Hunger Artist, for which he received praised from The New York Times theatre critic Frank Rich.
His film appearances included the 1979 Bob Fosse film All That Jazz, the original 1970 version of the Neil Simon-penned The Out-of-Towners, Sidney Lumet's Bye Bye Braverman, Alan J. Pakula's Klute and Paul Mazursky's 1982 film The Tempest. He also appeared in television series including Columbo, The Mary Tyler Moore Show, M*A*S*H, Hill Street Blues and Cagney and Lacey.
Holland committed suicide in 1988. He had been ill with HIV/AIDS.
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