Jonathan Hole

Jonathan Hole

Born: August 13, 1904 in Eldora, Iowa. Died February 11, 1998 in Hollywood.

First role: Hollywood Theatre Time, 1950

Last role: Silhouette, 1990

Hole's career on film was long and shows an industrious 176 roles on his IMDB career list. His extensive work in television means he was inevitably on just about every major American TV program, with his heaviest work load between the late 1950s and throughout the 1960s.

His more notable film credits are for films The Day the Earth Stood Still (1951) and The Desert Fox: The Story of Rommel (1951). Before film, Hole had a long career in theater and vaudeville.

In television, Jonathan Hole made many guest appearances on various shows like The Twilight Zone, Perry Mason and Alfred Hitchcock Presents.

He also had recurring roles on Dennis the Menace and The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show.

Hole's contributions to the entertainment industry were diverse, and he left a lasting impact on both film and television during his career.

Jonathan Hole worked, in between acting roles, at the the California Employment Development Department, and had interesting stories about the many screen legends who would send in their hired help to wait in line for an unemployment check, only to leave their limo at the last moment for the actual act of signing for an unemployment check.

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