Clever, Vibrant, Professional
Man for the legendary "OL'55"
Presenter - "The
Roles in "Police
Rescue" & "Something in the Air"
productions - "The
Rocky Horror Show" & "Grease"
J. Holden was born in 1952, the same year as the FJ Holden was first manufactured and
during the course of his diverse career he has become as much an icon as his
J. Holden began his show business career with the legendary rock group "OL'55",
one of the most successful Australian recording acts of all time, and has gone
on to be recognised as one of our most versatile and popular performers.
J. Holden has created some of Australian television's most memorable characters through
leading roles in long-running serials: "Embassy", "Police Rescue", "Round the Twist",
and "Something in the air".
He has also played guest roles in virtually every drama and sit-com on
1990 Frankie was awarded Best Actor in a tele-feature by both the Australian
Film Institute and the Australian Television Society for his performance in
as an honest man fighting corruption in the Federal Police Force.
an MC, Frankie J., couldn’t be any more suited to the task having hosted his
own tonight show on the nine network.
J. Holden is also a very experienced and successful television presenter. From
1993 to 1996 he was part of the team roaming the globe for the channel
seven show "The Great Outdoors".
For three years, from 1996, he hosted his own live variety programme "In
Melbourne Tonight" for
the Nine Network.
J. Holden has appeared in over thirty films both here and overseas, beginning with "The
Odd Angry Shot" in 1979. His most recent film was "Fortunes Of War",
shot in the Philippines, opposite Martin Sheen. The 1989 film "Return
Home" earned Frankie an AFI award for best performance in a Feature Film. Such is
Franks standing within the Australian Film Industry he has hosted the AFI
Awards three times.
theatre, Frankie has toured with "The Best Little Whorehouse in
Texas" (1981), "The Rocky Horror Show" (1992), and "Grease" (1994). In 1995 Frankie joined the Melbourne Theatre Company for their 40th Anniversary production of the classic Australian play "Summer
of the seventeenth doll",
to public and critical acclaim. In 2001/2002, he toured Australia in the Nick
Enright play "Daylight Saving".
J. can also be booked along side his incredibly talented wife, Michelle
in a performance inspired by love, life and the unknown.
is best known for her three year, long running role as Kate Bryant in the well
loved Australian drama series "A
Michelle has also made numerous television and film appearances, is a well
seasoned live performer and is currently the solo host of a popular children's
show on cable.
they make an unbeatable team that would provide great entertainment for any
clients' needs and wants.