William Holden

Biography

William Holden (April 17, 1918 – November 12, 1981) was an American actor. Holden won the Academy Award for Best Actor in 1953 and the Emmy Award for Best Actor in 1974. One of the biggest box office draws of the 1950s, he was named one of the "Top 10 Stars of the Year" six times (1954–1958, 1961) a...

67 titles Acting

6.4

S.O.B.

1981 · Tim Culley

7.1

The Earthling

1980 · Patrick Foley

4.4

When Time Ran Out...

1980 · Shelby Gilmore

5.4

Ashanti

1979 · Jim Sandell

6.9

Fedora

1978 · Barry 'Dutch' Detweiler

6.3

Damien: Omen II

1978 · Richard Thorn

8.1

Network

1976 · Max Schumacher

6.4

21 Hours at Munich

1976 · Manfred Schreiber

6.2

Open Season

1974 · Hal Wolkowski

6.9

The Towering Inferno

1974 · Jim Duncan

7.4

The Blue Knight

1973 · Bumper Morgan

7.0

Breezy

1973 · Frank Harmon

6.0

The Revengers

1972 · John Benedict

6.6

Wild Rovers

1971 · Ross Bodine

8.0

The Wild Bunch

1969 · Pike Bishop

6.6

The Christmas Tree L'Arbre de Noël

1969 · Laurent Ségur

6.8

The Devil's Brigade

1968 · Lt. Col. Robert T. Frederick

5.2

Casino Royale

1967 · Ransome

6.4

Alvarez Kelly

1966 · Alvarez Kelly

6.4

Paris When It Sizzles

1964 · Richard Benson / Rick

6.5

The 7th Dawn

1964 · Major Ferris

6.1

Satan Never Sleeps

1962 · Father O'Banion

7.6

The Counterfeit Traitor

1962 · Eric Erickson

6.5

The Lion

1962 · Robert Hayward

7.1

The World of Suzie Wong

1960 · Robert Lomax

7.2

The Horse Soldiers

1959 · Major 'Hank' Kendall

6.7

The Key

1958 · Capt. David Ross

8.2

The Bridge on the River Kwai

1957 · Cmdr. Shears

6.2

The Proud and Profane

1956 · Lt. Col. Colin Black

6.5

Toward the Unknown

1956 · Maj. Lincoln Bond

7.2

Picnic

1955 · Hal Carter

6.6

Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing

1955 · Mark Elliott

7.7

Sabrina

1954 · David Larrabee

6.8

Forever Female

1954 · Stanley Krown

7.4

Executive Suite

1954 · McDonald Walling

6.8

The Bridges at Toko-Ri

1954 · Lt. Harry Brubaker

7.3

The Country Girl

1954 · Bernie Dodd

6.8

The Moon Is Blue

1953 · Donald Gresham

8.0

Stalag 17

1953 · Sgt. J.J. Sefton

6.7

Escape from Fort Bravo

1953 · Capt. Roper

6.4

Submarine Command

1952 · Lt. Cmdr. Ken White

6.8

The Turning Point

1952 · Jerry McKibbon

6.9

Boots Malone

1952 · Boots Malone

6.5

Force of Arms

1951 · Sgt. Joe 'Pete' Peterson

6.8

Union Station

1950 · Lt. William Calhoun

7.6

Born Yesterday

1950 · Paul Verrall

6.7

Father Is a Bachelor

1950 · Johnny Rutledge

8.4

Sunset Boulevard

1950 · Joe Gillis

6.5

Dear Wife

1949 · Bill Seacroft

6.7

Miss Grant Takes Richmond

1949 · Dick Richmond

6.8

Streets of Laredo

1949 · Jim Dawkins

6.4

The Dark Past

1948 · Al Walker

6.7

The Man from Colorado

1948 · Capt. Del Stewart

7.0

Rachel and the Stranger

1948 · David Harvey

7.4

Apartment for Peggy

1948 · Jason Taylor

7.3

Dear Ruth

1947 · Lt. William Seacroft

6.6

Blaze of Noon

1947 · Colin McDonald

5.8

Young and Willing

1943 · Norman Reese

6.7

The Fleet's In

1942 · Casey Kirby

6.8

The Remarkable Andrew

1942 · Andrew Long

6.2

Meet the Stewarts

1942 · Micheal Stewart

6.8

Texas

1941 · Dan Thomas

6.3

I Wanted Wings

1941 · Al Ludlow

6.7

Those Were The Days!

1940 · P. J. "Petey" Simmons

6.8

Our Town

1940 · Georges Gibbs

6.9

Arizona

1940 · Peter Muncie

6.8

Invisible Stripes

1939 · Tim Taylor

6.9

Golden Boy

1939 · Joe Bonaparte

6.5

Prison Farm

1938 · Prisoner