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Fay Holderness

Highest Rated:   100% The Bank Dick (1940)
Lowest Rated:   78% Lonesome (1928)
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A statuesque character actress onscreen from the late 1910s, Fay Holderness usually played spinsters but also turned up as a dance hall girl in Charles Chaplin's A Dog's Life (1918) and as the vamp-ish waitress in Erich Von Stroheim's Blind Husbands (1919). Long associated with slapstick factories such as L-Ko and Hal Roach, Holderness is today best remembered as Mrs. Hardy in the Laurel and Hardy comedy Hog Wild (1930). She was last spotted onscreen playing a bit part in The Mummy's Ghost (1944); she died from a cardiovascular disease at a sanatorium in Santa Monica, CA.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Honky Tonk
  • Bricklayer
1941
100% The Bank Dick
  • Lady passerby
1940
No Score Yet Hog Wild
  • Mrs. Hardy
1930
78% Lonesome
  • Overdressed woman
1928
No Score Yet Their Purple Moment
  • Mrs. Laurel
1928
No Score Yet Dick Turpin
  • Barmaid
1925
No Score Yet The Last Man on Earth
  • Elmer's mother
1924
No Score Yet Blind Husbands
  • The chambermaid
1919
No Score Yet Hearts of the World
  • The Innkeeper
1918

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