Vladimír Pucholt (born 30 December 1942) is a Czech-Canadian actor and physician.
Vladimír Pucholt was born in Prague, in the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia (present-day Czech Republic). His father was a lawyer. He wasn't allowed to study medicine so he became an actor. After acting in supporting roles in a few films he gained fame as Čenda in Miloš Forman's Black Peter. His next movies Starci na chmelu and Loves of a Blonde turned him to one of the most famous young actors in Czechoslovakia. At the height of his popularity he decided to emigrate to United Kingdom to study medicine. He was admitted to the university thanks to the recommendation letter by Lindsay Anderson. The writer John Le Carré lent him money for tuition. He graduated from the University of Sheffield in 1974. In 1981 he moved to Canada where he worked as a pediatrician until his retirement.
- Kdyby ty muziky nebyly (1963)
- Black Peter (1963)
- Starci na chmelu (1964)
- První den mého syna (1964)
- Diamonds of the Night (1964) - voice
- Loves of a Blonde (1965)
- Svatba jako řemen (1965)
- Malatesta (1970)
- Návrat ztraceného ráje (1999)