Anthony Holland
Miami Vice Character
March 3, 1928, Brooklyn, New York
July 10, 1988 (age 60, suicide)

Anthony Holland (March 3, 1929 - July 10, 1988) was an American comedian and actor who appeared as the editor of the Miami Record, Chance, in the episode "Vote of Confidence" of the series Miami Vice.


Holland was a member of the original Second City comedy troupe from Chicago in the 1960s. He debuted on Broadway in 1963 and appeared in the plays My Father, My Mother, and Me and The Hunger Artist, among others. He began acting on film in 1964.

Below is a selected list of his appearances on film:

Year Film Notes MV Actors Appeared
1964 Combat! (TV series) First TV appearance
1965 Goldstein First movie appearance
1969 Midnight Cowboy Sylvia Miles
1970 The Out of Towners
1975 The Mary Tyler Moore Show (TV series)
1978 House Calls
1979 All That Jazz Keith Gordon
C.C.H. Pounder
Tito Goya
1980 One Day at a Time (TV series)
1983 The Lonely Lady
1986 Wise Guys Final movie appearance Ray Sharkey
Capt. Lou Albano
Dan Hedaya
Julie Bovasso
1989 Penthouse (TV movie) Final TV appearance


Holland was suffering from the effects of AIDS, and took his own life on July 10, 1988, in his New York City apartment at the age of 60.

External LinkEdit

Obituary for Anthony Holland from the New York Times

Ad blocker interference detected!

Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers

Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.