Hal Holbrook (born February 17, 1925) Is an American film and stage actor. He voiced Cranston in Cats Don't Dance. He is best known for performing as Mark Twain, a one man stage show he developed in college in 1954. Holbrook won three Primetime Emmy Awards in his career and an Tony for performing as Mark Twain in 1966

Early LifeEdit

Harold Rowe Holbrook. Jr. was born on February 17, 1925, to the son of a vaudeville dancer and his father Harold Rowe Holbrook. Sr.