Ian Holm, Age, Death, Wife, Height, Movies, Biography

Ian Holm was an English actor, he was best far-famed for his award-nominated role within the film Chariots burning and for depicting Bilbo Baggins within the Lord of the Rings and imaginary being films. He won the 1998 Laurence Joseph Oliver Award for Best Actor for his star role in a fictional character and vie the character Ash within the 1979 sci-fi classic Alien.

Quick Facts

Real NameSir Ian Holm Cuthbert
Date of Birth (12 September 1931 – 19 June 2020)
Birth Place Goodmayes, in Essex, to Scottish parents
Age (2020)88 Years
Date of Death 19 June 2020, London, England
Death Cause Parkinson's disease
Profession English Actor
Zodiac sign Virgo
Nationality British
Ian Holm, Age, Death, Wife, Height, Movies, Biography

Early Life

Ian Holm was born on 12 September 1931,  in Goodmayes, in Essex, to Scottish parents. His father was a Psychiatrist who worked as the superintendent of the West Ham Corporation Mental Hospital. His mother was a nurse. Holm was educated at the independent Chigwell School in Essex.

Father Jean Wilson Cuthbert
Mother James Harvey Cuthbert
Childrens 5 Childrens
Daughter Jessica Holm,
Sarah jane Holm,
Lissy Holm
Son Harry Holm,
Barnaby Holm

Body measurement

Height 1.65 m
Weight 75 KG
Eye colour Brown
Hair colourN/A
Body Measurement42 Inch

Death

Ian Holm died in hospital in London on 19 June 2020 at the age of 88. He had Parkinson’s disease for a number of years. He was treated for prostate cancer in 2001.

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Filmography

YearTitleRoleNotes
1968The Bofors GunFlynnWon Bafta for Best Supporting Actor
The FixerGrubeshov
A Midsummer Night’s DreamPuck/Robin Goodfellow
1969Oh! What a Lovely WarPres. Raymond Poincaré
1970A Severed HeadMartin Lynch-Gibbon
1971Nicholas and AlexandraYakovlev
Mary, Queen of ScotsDavid Rizzio
1972Young WinstonGeorge E. Buckle
1973The HomecomingLenny
1974JuggernautNicholas Porter
1976Robin and MarianKing John
Shout at the DevilMohammed
1977March or DieEl Krim
Jesus of NazarethZerah
1979AlienAsh
S.O.S. TitanicJ. Bruce Ismay
1981Chariots of FireSam Mussabini
Time BanditsNapoleon
1982The Return of the SoldierDoctor Anderson
Inside the Third ReichJoseph Goebbels
1984LaughterhouseBen Singleton
Greystoke:
The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes
Capitain Philippe D’Arnot
Terror in the AislesAsh
1985The Browning VersionAndrew Crocker-Harris
DreamchildRev. Charles L. Dodgson
Lewis Carroll
WetherbyStanley Pilborough
BrazilMr Kurtzmann
Dance with a StrangerDesmond Cussen
Mr and Mrs EdgehillEustace Edgehill
1988Another WomanKen Post
1989Henry VFluellen
1990HamletPolonius
1991Naked LunchTom Frost
KafkaDoctor Murnau
1992Blue IceSir Hector
1993The Hour of the PigAlbertusaka The Advocate
1994Mary Shelley’s FrankensteinVictor’s father
The Madness of King GeorgeDr. Francis Willis
1996Big NightPascal
Loch NessWater Bailiff
1997Night Falls on ManhattanLiam Casey
The Sweet HereafterMitchell Stephens
The Fifth ElementFather Vito Cornelius
A Life Less OrdinaryNaville
IncognitoJohn
1998Alice Through the Looking GlassWhite Knight
King LearLear
1999Animal FarmSquealerVoice
ShergarJoseph Maguire
eXistenZKiri Vinokur
Simon MagusSirius/Boris/The Devil
Wisconsin Death TripFrank CooperVoice
The MatchBig Tam
2000Joe Gould’s SecretJoe Gould
The Miracle MakerPontius PilateVoice
The Last of the Blonde BombshellsPatrick
Esther KahnNathan Quellen
Beautiful JoeGeorge The Geek
Bless the ChildReverend Grissom
2001From HellSir William Gull
The Emperor’s New ClothesNapoleon
Sgt. Eugene Lenormand
The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the RingBilbo Baggins
2003The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
2004The Day After TomorrowProfessor Terry Rapson
Garden StateGideon Largeman
The AviatorProfessor Fitz
2005Strangers with CandyDr. Putney
ChromophobiaEdward Aylesbury
Lord of WarSimeon Weisz
2006RenaissanceJonas MullerVoice
O JerusalemBen Gurion
The TreatmentDr. Ernesto Morales
2007RatatouilleSkinnerVoice
2012The Hobbit: An Unexpected JourneyOlder Bilbo Baggins
2014The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

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