Misty Moon is proud and honoured to be presenting the legendary Julian Holloway at the multi award winning Cinema Museum.
Julian will be joined on stage by his friend and TV historian Dick
Fiddy who will be Misty Moon’s special guest MC. After the Q&A
Julian will meet and greet the audience and take part in a paid signing.
For over six decades, Julian Holloway has enjoyed a long and varied
career. He made his theatrical debut in London’s West End in the revue All Square at the Vaudeville Theatre and has had a long stage career both as an actor and director.
On TV, he co-starred in the BBC series of P.G.Wodehouse’s Ukridge (1968) and appeared in many beloved cult series including The Avengers (1961), The Saint (1964), Z Cars (1975), The Sweeney (1975), Whatever Happened to the Likely Lads (1973-74), The New Avengers (1976), Public Eye (1975), The Professionals (1978), Minder (1982), Rumpole of the Bailey (1991) and Dr Who (1989).
On the big screen he was in a number of Carry On films, including Carry On Up the Khyber (1968) and Carry On Camping (1969), as well as Scream and Scream Again (1970) and the Porridge movie (1979). He co-produced the crime caper Loophole
(1981) which starred Albert Finney and Martin Sheen before moving to
the USA and becoming an in-demand voice artists on such projects as Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2010-13), Pixar’s Father of the Pride (2004–05) and Dan Dare – Pilot of the Future (2002).
Dick is a TV historian and writer who is employed by the BFI as an
Archive Television Programmer. He is the co-founder and co-ordinator of
the BFI’s Missing Believed Wiped initiative which attempts to track down
and exhibit lost British TV material.
Doors open at 19.00, for a 20.00 start.
Refreshments will be available in our licensed cafe/bar.