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Ram John Holder

Highest Rated: 80% Two Gentlemen Sharing (1969)

Lowest Rated: 50% Britannia Hospital (1982)

Birthday: Not Available

Birthplace: Guyana

Ram John Holder was an accomplished actor who led an impressive career, primarily on the big screen. Holder's early acting career mostly consisted of roles in various films, such as the Robin Phillips dramatic adaptation "Two Gentlemen Sharing" (1969), the crime drama "Leo the Last" (1970) with Marcello Mastroianni and "The Education of Sonny Carson" (1974). He also appeared in the Herbert Norville drama "Pressure" (1976). He also appeared in the TV movie "Robinson Crusoe" (NBC, 1974-75). He kept working in film throughout the seventies and the eighties, starring in the drama "Cuba" (1979) with Sean Connery, "Britannia Hospital" (1983) and "Half Moon Street" (1986) with Michael Caine. He also appeared in the Daniel Day-Lewis drama "My Beautiful Laundrette" (1986) and the Anni Domingo drama "The Passion of Remembrance" (1986). Film continued to be his passion as he played roles in the Norman Beaton comedy "Playing Away" (1988), "Hallelujah Anyhow" (1990) with Dona Croll and the comedy adaptation "Virtual Sexuality" (1999) with Laura Fraser. He also appeared in the comedy "Lucky Break" (2002) with James Nesbitt. He held additional roles in television including a part on "Hex" (BBC, 2004-06). Most recently, Holder acted in the drama "Unfinished Song" (2013) with Gemma Arterton.

Highest rated movies

Two Gentlemen Sharing
Britannia Hospital




No Score Yet 46% Virtual Sexuality Declan (Character) $43.9K 1999
50% 54% Britannia Hospital Aide (Character) - 1982
No Score Yet 75% Pressure Brother John (Character) - 1976
No Score Yet 81% The Education of Sonny Carson Preacher (Character) - 1974
No Score Yet No Score Yet Robinson Crusoe Friday (Character) - 1974
80% No Score Yet Two Gentlemen Sharing Marcus (Character) - 1969


No Score Yet 78% Death in Paradise Nelson Myers (Character) 2017-2018
No Score Yet No Score Yet Desmond's Augustus `Porkpie' Grant (Character) 1989-1990 1993-1994 1996 2001