Fay Holderness

Apr 16, 1881


A statuesque character actress onscreen from the late 1910s, Fay Holderness usually played spinsters but also turned up as a dance hall girl in Charles Chaplin's A Dog's Life (1918) and as the vamp-ish waitress in Erich Von Stroheim's Blind Husbands (1919). Long associated with slapstick factories such as L-Ko and Hal Roach, Holderness is today best… More


Fay Holderness Videos

Honky Tonk
30 seconds
The Bank Dick
2 minutes 52 seconds
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