Dennis Holland was born in Washington DC, where he attended the Catholic University. Already during his studies he took part in a tour around Germany. After moving to New York he performed in Music Man with Dick Van Dyke, both on Broadway and its US tour, and was then offered the role of Detective John Wolfe in the TV series One Life to Live. Following this, he performed in the touring production of Peter Pan, in numerous Off-Broadway productions and in theatres such as The Guthrie, Goodspeed, Papermill, Folger Shakespeare and Arden. His performance in Parade was nominated for a Barrymore Award and his portrayal of William Maldon in Rope won him the award for “Best Actor” at the Venus Adonis Festival in New York. His film career includes parts in films such as Concurrence, which was shown at the 2016 Film Festival in Cannes, Off the Rails, Stardom, Slapdash Vendetta and Lions. Having recorded more than 200 books, Dennis is a successful audio book reader who won the AudioFile Earphone Award in 2012.