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  • Ram John Holder was actually christened John Holder by his parents, who were devout members of the USA-based . He grew up in , during the 1940s and '50s. Influenced by the church and the musical talents of his parents, he became quite accomplished playing the guitar. During the early '50s the strict, straight-laced church membership was scandalised when he broke away and changed his name to "Ram" John. Holder began his performing career as a in . In 1962 he came to and worked with 's Negro Theatre Workshop initially as a , and later as an actor. Holder performed at several London theatres including the , the and .

    This may not be a complete discography for Ram John Holder. This listing only shows those albums by this artist that appear in at least one chart on this site. If an album is 'missing' that you think deserves to be here, you can include it in your own chart from the page!

  • Ram John Holder was actually christened John Holder by his parents, who were devout members of the USA-based . He grew up in , during the 1940s and '50s. Influenced by the church and the musical talents of his parents, he became quite accomplished playing the guitar. During the early '50s the strict, straight-laced church membership was scandalised when he broke away and changed his name to "Ram" John. Holder began his performing career as a in . In 1962 he came to and worked with 's Negro Theatre Workshop initially as a , and later as an actor. Holder performed at several London theatres including the , the and .

    He has also appeared as "Flying Freddy Mersa" in episodes of the children's programme . In May 2008 he appeared in an episode of the drama . He is seen in an ensemble part in , a feature film from , the director of , starring and . Ram John Holder is the cousin of the legendary jazz vocalist .

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    He has also appeared as "Flying Freddy Mersa" in episodes of the children's programme . In May 2008 he appeared in an episode of the drama . He is seen in an ensemble part in , a feature film from , the director of , starring and . Ram John Holder is the cousin of the legendary jazz vocalist .

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Ram John Holder was actually christened John Holder by his parents, who were devout members of the USA-based . He grew up in , during the 1940s and '50s. Influenced by the church and the musical talents of his parents, he became quite accomplished playing the guitar. During the early '50s the strict, straight-laced church membership was scandalised when he broke away and changed his name to "Ram" John. Holder began his performing career as a in . In 1962 he came to and worked with 's Negro Theatre Workshop initially as a , and later as an actor. Holder performed at several London theatres including the , the and .