He acted in William Congreve's play, "Love for Love," at the Faculty of Arts Theatre in London, England with Esmond Knight, Harold Young, Anthony Eustrel, Rodney Millington, Hedley Briggs, Tony Sympson, Betty Hardy, Charlotte Leigh, and Frances Clare in the cast. Norman Marshall was director.
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RADA-trained British character actor, who played Shakespearean roles by the age of eighteen. On screen from 1932, usually seen in affable, timid or ineffectual roles. Busy in television roles from the mid-1950's, often as comic support.