Henry Edmund Holland was an Australian-born newspaper owner, politician and unionist who relocated to New Zealand. He was the second leader of the New Zealand Labour Party.
|Born:||10 June 1868, Queanbeyan, New South Wales, Australia|
|Died:||Huntly, New Zealand|
|Preceded by:||George Forbes|
|Succeeded by:||Joseph Ward|
About Harry Holland
Like his twin brother, he made his acting debut in the 2012 drama The Impossible.
A self-proclaimed filmmaker, he has released a number of short films to his YouTube channel Holland Shorts.
Outside of Tom, he also has a twin brother named Sam and a brother named Paddy. Their father, Dominic, is also an actor.
Information related to Harry Holland
- Electoral history of Harry Holland - This is a summary of the electoral history of Harry Holland, Leader of the Opposition, Leader of the Labour Party and Member of parliament for Grey and Buller.
- New Zealand politicians convicted of crimes
- New Zealand Labour Party leaders
- New Zealand Salvationists
- New Zealand left-wing activists
- Burials at Bolton Street Cemetery
- Social Democratic Party (New Zealand) politicians
- Leaders of the Opposition (New Zealand)
- Australian emigrants to New Zealand
- New Zealand Labour Party MPs
- New Zealand MPs for South Island electorates