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Julian Holloway (born June 24, 1944)[1] is an English actor, writer and voice actor for Regular Show, voicing such characters as Death.[1][2] Other roles he's played can be seen below.

Early life and career

He was born in Watlington, Oxfordshire, England.[1] He has voice acted on such series as Father of the Pride and Star Wars: The Clone Wars.[1] His voice acting agency is SBV (Sutton, Barth & Vennari).[3] He is also the son of actor Stanley Holloway, who played Alfred P. Doolittle in the original Broadway production of My Fair Lady.[3][4] He later played his father's role in a new production of My Fair Lady.[4]

Voice credits

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Season 2

Season 3

Season 4

Season 5

Season 6

Season 8

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Personal life

He was married to actress Zena Walker, before separating sometime in the 1970s; she later died in 2003.[5][6] He later dated Tessa Dahl, daughter of author Roald Dahl, with whom he fathered one child, a daughter, named Sophie, who is a model.[7] He attempted to marry Tessa once his divorce from Walker was finalized, but they eventually broke up.[5] Holloway gave her daughter away at her wedding to jazz musician Jamie Cullum on January 9, 2010.[7]


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