Dominic Holland has been a professional stand-up comedian for over 20 years and has become one of the most regarded and respected comedians of his generation.
‘The UK’s master of observational comedy ’ The Sunday Times‘A top notch stand-up who everyone should see’ The Daily Telegraph
But Dominic’s favourite quote comes from the late Bob Monkhouse – ‘Dominic Holland is the UK’s funniest not-yet-famous comedian.’ Rest assured Bob, Dominic is still working hard on the becoming properly famous bit.
Dominic has made countless TV appearances including The Royal Variety Performance, recorded an award winning radio series for BBC R4. Twice honoured at the Edinburgh Festival by the Perrier panel. Won a comic heritage award and published two comic novels and a raft of short stories.
He is about to publish his third novel, ‘The Fruit Bowl’ as an ebook and his first non-fiction ebook – ‘I’ve been Eclipsed by tom holland’
His first ever downloaded stand-up show is available shortly – ‘dominic holland is alive in tring’
Tom Holland played Billy in Billy Elliot the Musical at the Victoria Palace for Working Title.
From here, he played Lucas in The Impossible for Summit Entertainment and Warner Bros.Sho in Arrietty for Studio Ghibli and Isaac in the forthcoming How I Live Now, directed by Kevin McDonald.
Hollywood Spotlight Award 2012
National Board Review US – Best breakthrough actor 2012
Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards – Best young actor award, nominee
London Critics’ Circle Awards – Best performance by a young British actor, 2012. Nominee
Tom is 16. Those interested in how all of this could have happened and how his dad feels about it, look no further than the ebook, ‘I’ve been Eclipsed by tom holland’, OUT SOON!