|Birth: ||Jan. 4, 1905|
|Death: ||Nov. 22, 1992|
Los Angeles County
Actor. Best known for the voice of A.A. Milne's "Winnie-The-Pooh", he was a popular American character actor of amusing appearance and voice whose long career led from dozens of highly enjoyable onscreen performances to world-wide familiarity as the voice of numerous Walt Disney animated films. Born in the American Deep South, he spent his early years as an actor playing comic juveniles on the stage. His bushy reddish-blond hair and trademark near-falsetto voice made him a natural for sound pictures, and he acted in scores of talkies, although he had made his picture debut in silents. His physical image and voice relegated him almost exclusively to comic roles, but in 1945, director Lewis Milestone cast him more or less against type in the classic war film "A Walk in the Sun" (1945), where Holloway's portrayal of a reluctant soldier was quite notable. He played frequently on television, becoming familiar to baby-boomers in a recurring role as Uncle Oscar on "Adventures of Superman" (1952), and later in television series of his own. His later work as the voice of numerous characters in Disney cartoons brought him new audiences and many fans, especially for his voicing of beloved Winnie the Pooh. His ashes were scattered at sea per his request. (bio by: Ms. Mandy)
Cremated, Ashes scattered at sea.
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Originally Created by: Ms. Mandy
Record added: Apr 29, 2002
Find A Grave Memorial# 6379805
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I love the old Disney Label recordings of you reading to kids. Thank You for the outstanding entertainment.|
Added: Aug. 26, 2014
Frank R. Adamski
Added: Aug. 9, 2014
To Me, You'll Always Be The Cheshire Cat in Walt Disney's "Alice In Wonderland", The First Movie I Ever Saw. It was either at the Roxie theater or Radio City Music Hall in Manhattan. Rest In Peace and Fantasy.|
Added: Jul. 31, 2014
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