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Earl Holliman Overview:

Actor, Earl Holliman, was born Henry Earl Holliman on Sep 11, 1928 in Delhi, LA. As of December 2017, Earl Holliman was 89 years old.

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He was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Television.

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By Virginie Pronovost on Sep 12, 2018 From The Wonderful World of Cinema

Yesterday, veteran actor turned 90! I’ve always liked him for being an actor without any false pretensions. Highly underrated, he surely deserved more recognition. If you remember, a bit more than two years ago, I wrote him a letter to which he answered with two autographed photo... Read full article


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Earl Holliman Quotes:

Mingo: [Upon being offered a sandwich by Fante] I couldn't swallow any more salami.


Joe: It's kind of sad to see the country grow up, ain't it? People like you and me just ain't gonna know how to live in a place where killin' is illegal.


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Earl Holliman Facts
Mr. Holliman had an entire host segment of Mystery Science Theater 3000 (found in episode 418 - Attack of the Eye Creatures) dedicated to him and his career wherein Joel Hodgson stated, "Earl Holliman: who would have been William Shatner, had there not already been one.".

Played the main character in the very first "Twilight Zone" episode to be telecast, "Where is Everybody?" (October 2, 1959).

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