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Early life and career
He was born in Watlington, Oxfordshire, England. He has voice acted on such series as Father of the Pride and Star Wars: The Clone Wars. His voice acting agency is SBV (Sutton, Barth & Vennari). He is also the son of actor Stanley Holloway, who played Alfred P. Doolittle in the original Broadway production of My Fair Lady. He later played his father's role in a new production of My Fair Lady.
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He was married to actress Zena Walker, before separating sometime in the 1970s; she later died in 2003. He later dated Tessa Dahl, daughter of author Roald Dahl, with whom he fathered one child, a daughter, named Sophie, who is a model. He attempted to marry Tessa once his divorce from Walker was finalized, but they eventually broke up. Holloway gave her daughter away at her wedding to jazz musician Jamie Cullum on January 9, 2010.