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Stanley Holloway Overview:

Actor, Stanley Holloway, was born Stanley Augustus Holloway on Oct 1, 1890 in Manor Park, London. Holloway died at the age of 91 on Jan 30, 1982 in Littlehampton, UK and was laid to rest in St Mary the Virgin Churchyard Cemetery in East Preston, West Sussex, England.

HONORS and AWARDS:

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Although Holloway was nominated for one Oscar, he never won a competitive Academy Award.

Academy Awards

YearAwardFilm nameRoleResult
1964Best Supporting ActorMy Fair Lady (1964)Alfred P. DoolittleNominated
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Stanley Holloway Quotes:

Colonel Hugh Pickering: I'll have you know, Doolittle, that Mr. Higgins' intentions are entirely honorable!
Alfred P. Doolittle: Oh, 'course they are, guv'nor. If I thought they wasn't, I'd ask fifty.
Professor Henry Higgins: [shocked] You mean to say you'd sell your daughter for fifty pounds?
Colonel Hugh Pickering: Have you NO morals, man?
Alfred P. Doolittle: Nah. Nah, can't afford 'em, guv'nor. Neither could you, if you was as poor as me.


Mrs Valentine: Do you know what time it is?
Valentine: Yes, my love: summer double time.


Mr. Palmer: Oh, would you believe you!


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Stanley Holloway Facts
In My Fair Lady (1964), he was the only member of the main cast to do his own singing. Rex Harrison and Wilfrid Hyde-White talked their way through their songs, while Audrey Hepburn and Jeremy Brett were dubbed.

After World War I he served in Ireland for a few months as one of the hastily-recruited British trench veterans as Royal Irish Constabulary "Temporary Constables", better known as the "Black and Tans".

He almost backed out of the original Broadway production of "My Fair Lady" during rehearsals when he felt that director Moss Hart wasn't paying enough attention to his character. Finally Hart took him aside and said, "Look, Stanley, I am rehearsing a girl who has never played a major role in her life, and an actor who has never sung on the stage in his life. You have done both. If you feel neglected it is a compliment." Holloway burst out laughing and never brought up the subject again.

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