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Geoffrey Holder, Prolific Actor & Choreographer, Has Died Aged 84


Geoffrey Holder Carmen De Lavallade

Geoffrey Holder, the celebrated actor, choreographer, dancer and artist, has died at the age of 84.

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Geoffrey Holder and his wife Carmen De Lavallade.

Holder died on Sunday (5th October) in New Jersey in the Lillian Booth Actors Home of The Actors Fund in Englewood. His cause of death is listed as complications from pneumonia, as the New York Times reports. He is survived by his wife of 59 years Carmen de Lavallade, and their son, Léo.

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Picture - Geoffrey Holder New York, USA, Wednesday 1st December 2010

Geoffrey Holder and Alvin Ailey Wednesday 1st December 2010 Alvin Ailey Opening Night Gala Party at the Hilton New York Grand Ballroom. New York, USA

Picture - Geoffrey Holder and Carmen De... New York City, USA, Friday 5th February 2010

Geoffrey Holder and Carmen De Lavallade - Geoffrey Holder and Carmen De Lavallade New York City, USA - The 2010 Viennese Opera Ball held at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel. Friday 5th February 2010

Geoffrey Holder and Carmen De Lavallade
Geoffrey Holder and Carmen De Lavallade
Geoffrey Holder and Carmen De Lavallade

Picture - Geoffrey Holder & Carmen de... New York City, USA, Thursday 24th January 2008

Geoffrey Holder and Carmen De Lavallade - Geoffrey Holder & Carmen de Lavallade New York City, USA - Opening night performance of Come Back, Little Sheba at the Biltmore Theatre - Arrivals Thursday 24th January 2008

Live And Let Die Review


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A true guilty pleasure among Bond films. Who can forget a young Jane Seymour as Solitaire, a psychic held captive? Or Clifton James as Louisiana Sheriff Pepper, the most colorful character the Bond series has produced? Or Tee Hee and his mechanical arm? Or Geoffrey Holder (the voice of 7-UP) as the evil Baron Samedi? Or the best theme song ever (by Paul McCartney and Wings)? Certainly not me, though I had to be reminded that this was a Bond-gets-drug-smugglers story. But the early-'70s pop culture exudes throughout this flick. It's certainly a unique entry into the Bond oeuvre (not to mention the first appearance of Roger Moore.)

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Live And Let Die Review


Good
A true guilty pleasure among Bond films. Who can forget a young Jane Seymour as Solitaire, a psychic held captive? Or Clifton James as Louisiana Sheriff Pepper, the most colorful character the Bond series has produced? Or Tee Hee and his mechanical arm? Or Geoffrey Holder (the voice of 7-UP) as the evil Baron Samedi? Or the best theme song ever (by Paul McCartney and Wings)? Certainly not me, though I had to be reminded that this was a Bond-gets-drug-smugglers story. But the early-'70s pop culture exudes throughout this flick. It's certainly a unique entry into the Bond oeuvre.

Annie Review


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Looking back, why wasn't I scared to death of Annie? Most of the movie featured doe-eyed, orphaned girls either getting abused by a boozehound or doing manual labor. It's part of the movie's charm that I was able to forget such things as a five-year-old and remember the songs.

Oddly enough, the songs are the only memorable parts of Annie, the lavish 1982 John Huston musical. Six-year-olds who see the movie now are sure to disagree, which is the way it should be.

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