Hal Holbrook

Biography

Harold Rowe "Hal" Holbrook, Jr. (born 17 February 1925) is an American actor. His television roles include Abraham Lincoln in the 1976 TV series Lincoln, Hays Stowe on The Bold Ones: The Senator and Capt. Lloyd Bucher on Pueblo. He is also known for his role in the 2007 film Into the Wild, for which...

69 titles Acting Writing

5.2

Blackway

2015 · Whizzer

6.0

Planes: Fire & Rescue

2014 · Mayday (voice)

6.0

Savannah

2013 · Judge Harden

6.6

Promised Land

2012 · Frank Yates

7.4

Lincoln

2012 · Preston Blair

6.9

Water for Elephants

2011 · Old Jacob

5.7

Good Day for It

2011 · Hec

5.5

Flying Lessons

2010 ·

7.1

That Evening Sun

2009 · Abner Meecham

6.0

Killshot

2008 · Papa

8.1

Into the Wild

2007 · Ronald "Ron" Franz

6.4

Shade

2003 · The Professor

5.6

Purpose

2002 · Tom Walker

6.2

Haven

2001 · Harold L. Ickes

6.9

The Majestic

2001 · Congressman Doyle

7.3

The Life & Adventures of Santa Claus

2000 · Ak - Master Woodsman of the World (voice)

7.2

Men of Honor

2000 · 'Mr. Pappy'

6.6

Waking the Dead

2000 · Isaac Green

5.7

The Florentine

1999 · Smitty

5.0

The Bachelor

1999 · Roy O'Dell

7.0

My Own Country

1998 · Lloyd Flanders

5.0

Rusty: A Dog's Tale

1998 · Boyd Callahan

6.4

Judas Kiss

1998 · Senator Rupert Hornbeck

5.3

Hush

1998 · Dr. Franklin Hill

6.9

Cats Don't Dance

1997 · Cranston (voice)

7.3

Hercules

1997 · Amphitryon (voice)

3.4

Operation Delta Force

1997 · Admiral Henshaw

7.5

Eye of God

1997 · Sheriff Rogers

5.4

All the Winters that Have Been

1997 · Uncle Ren Corvin

6.4

Carried Away

1996 · Doctor Evans

5.7

Bonds of Love

1993 · Jim Smith

6.8

The Firm

1993 · Oliver Lambert

6.8

A Killing in a Small Town

1990 · Dr. Beardsley

6.1

Fletch Lives

1989 · Hamilton "Ham" Johnson

7.7

Day One

1989 · Gen. George Marshall

6.5

I'll Be Home for Christmas

1988 · Joseph Bundy

4.9

The Unholy

1988 · Archbishop Mosely

7.4

Wall Street

1987 · Lou Mannheim

7.1

Under Siege

1986 · President Maxwell Monroe

6.8

The Three Wishes of Billy Grier

1984 · Grandpa Grier

6.3

The Star Chamber

1983 · Benjamin Caulfield

4.4

Girls Nite Out

1982 · Jim MacVey

6.9

Creepshow

1982 · Henry Northrup (segment "The Crate")

6.0

The Killing of Randy Webster

1981 · John Webster

5.4

The Kidnapping of the President

1980 · President Adam Scott

6.8

The Fog

1980 · Father Malone

8.1

Off the Minnesota Strip

1980 · Bud Johansen

7.9

Murder by Natural Causes

1979 · Arthur Sinclair

5.7

The Legend of the Golden Gun

1979 · J.R. Swackhammer

7.8

When Hell Was in Session

1979 · Cmdr. Jeremiah A. Denton

7.0

Natural Enemies

1979 · Paul Steward

7.3

Julia

1977 · Alan

6.8

Capricorn One

1977 · Dr. James Kelloway

6.4

Rituals

1977 · Harry

7.9

Our Town

1977 · Stage manager

6.8

Midway

1976 · Cmdr. Joseph Rochefort

8.0

All the President's Men

1976 · Deep Throat

8.2

Pueblo

1973 · Capt. Lloyd Bucher

7.2

Magnum Force

1973 · Lieutenant Briggs

6.3

They Only Kill Their Masters

1972 · Dr. Warren G. Watkins

7.9

That Certain Summer

1972 · Doug Salter

7.1

Suddenly Single

1971 · Larry Hackett

5.8

Goodbye, Raggedy Ann

1971 · Harlan Webb

7.0

The Great White Hope

1970 · Cameron

6.6

The People Next Door

1970 · David Hoffman

6.1

Wild in the Streets

1968 · Sen. Johnny Fergus

8.4

Mark Twain Tonight!

1967 · Mark Twain (Samuel Langhorne Clemens)

7.5

The Glass Menagerie

1966 · Tom Wingfield

6.6

The Group

1966 · Gus Leroy

1 titles Acting Writing

8.4

Mark Twain Tonight!

1967 · Writer