THE HOLE FAMILY                               A little bit about us!

FAMILY
Jonathan and Colleen have been married for 37 years and live in the Lake Norman area near Charlotte NC.  We have two married children, David and Mallory.  We can also be found visiting the Boone area on a regular basis.

CAREER
Jonathan works for a major national cybersecurity consulting company helping a wide range of enterprises to meet their cybersecurity, compliance, and regulatory challenges. Colleen has worked in a number healthcare management roles over the years, and is currently in a system administrative role with a major hospital system based in Charlotte NC.  Any thoughts and opinions on this site are our own and not those of our employers.

JONATHAN HOLE - THE ACTOR


Date of Birth:   August 13, 1904
Date of Death:  February 11, 1998


OK, we’re not related (I don’t think) but I originally discovered there was an actor named Jonathan Hole when I noticed the name in the credits of an Andy Griffith Show. It turns out that the actor Jonathan Hole had a long and successful career in television playing guest roles on many (if not most) of the top TV shows of the time and of all time. You can learn more by viewing his entry on the IMDB.

Hole carved out a long career in television, beginning in 1951 with an appearance on Hollywood Theatre Time, in the episode Mr. Young's Sprouts, which starred Gale Storm and Don DeFore. He often made repeat appearances on television shows, appearing in multiple episodes playing different roles. He appeared seven times each in Dragnet, Burke's Law, and Green Acres. He appeared in five Maverick episodes, and five times on CBS's Perry Mason. Hole appeared twice on ABC's The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp, with Hugh O'Brian. He appeared in episodes 5 and 48 of Batman. Twice he played the part of Elmer Clark on Walter Brennan's The Real McCoys. Hole also guest starred on The Andy Griffith Show as Orville Monroe, the undertaker. He made 200 appearances in 121 television shows and made-for-television movies. His final television appearance was in Silhouette, a 1990 murder mystery starring Faye Dunaway. 


Partial Credit List

Highway to Heaven, Moonlighting, Ellery Queen, Love American Style, Here’s Lucy, The Brady Bunch, Adam-12, Green Acres,  Bewitched, Petticoat Junction, The Mod Squad, Big Valley, The Flying Nun, The Virginian, The Graduate, I Dream of Jeannie, The Lucy Show, Batman, Man from U.N.C.L.E., The Patty Duke Show, Bonanza, The Addams Family, Perry Mason, Andy Griffith Show, Rawhide, Dennis the Menace, 77 Sunset Strip, The Jack Benny Program, My Three Sons, The Twilight Zone, Maverick, Leave to Beaver, Dragnet and many others.