Arthur Holden

For the English footballer, see Arthur Holden (footballer).
Arthur Holden
Born (1959-08-28) August 28, 1959
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Occupation actor, writer
Years active 1987–present
Spouse(s) Claire Holden Rothman

Arthur Holden (born August 28, 1959) is a Canadian actor and writer. Best known as a voice actor, with roles including Mr. Ratburn in Arthur, Baba-Miao in Sagwa, the Chinese Siamese Cat, Mayor Mallard in The Little Twins, and Mr. Larkin from What's With Andy?, he has also had roles in film, television and theatre, and has written for stage, film and television. Ars Poetica is a play that Holden wrote.[1]

His father was Richard Holden, Canadian politician. He lives in Montreal with writer Claire Holden Rothman.[2]

Holden has also done voices for many videogames such as Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Vegas, Far Cry Instincts, Hype: The Time Quest Prince of Persia: Warrior Within, and Deus Ex: Human Revolution.

Film and television work

Holden appears in movies such as The Bone Collector, The Sum of All Fears, Million Dollar Babies, The Hound of the Baskervilles, When Justice Fails, The Greatest Game Ever Played and The Aviator. He voiced the characters of David Miller in the 2005 computer game Still Life and Sibrand in the 2007 game Assassin's Creed. He also appeared on Are You Afraid of the Dark? in its third season episode, "The Tale of the Midnight Ride" as Ichabod Crane's Ghost. His other appearance in that series was Mr. Brooks the science teacher in fifth season episode "The Tale of the Dead Man's Float" and as the Court Jester in sixth season episode "The Tale of the Wisdom Glass".

He also guest starred in TV shows including Soldier of Fortune, Inc., The Hunger and The Business.

Voice work

Holden has also done voices for many cartoon series, video games and films including:




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