Delivered 1934 in Guyana, Uk actor Memory John Holder started his career being a folksinger in NY. He relocated to London in 1962 and started working being a musician with Pearl Connor’s Negro Theater Workshop, eventually attempting his hands at performing, a shrewd decision, since it turned out. Shortly he was performing at some quite prestigious levels in London, including showing up in productions on the Royal Country wide Theater as well as the Bristol Aged Vic. Shifting to appearances for the silver screen, Holder was ensemble in John Boorman’s Leo the final in 1969 (he also sang the tracks in the film), and continued to surface in several other movies, including Horace Ove’s Pressure in 1975 and Sankofa Film’s The Interest of Remembrance in 1986, and he previously a cameo like a poet in 1985’s My Gorgeous Laundrette. Holder also worked well in television, solid as the type Porkpie in the sitcom Desmond’s, which went from 1989 until 1994, and he also starred in the short Desmond’s spinoff series known as Porkpie. He became a member of the cast of another Television series, EastEnders, in 2006, which same 12 months he made an appearance in the stage revival of August Wilson’s Ma Rainy’s Dark Bottom in the Royal Exchange Theater in Manchester. Usually a talented musician, Holder documented several albums on the way, including Dark London Blues (1969), Bootleg Blues (1971), YOU JUST Are… (1975), and Memory Blues & Spirit; released many singles; and added songs and shows to different film and tv soundtracks.