He performed in the revue, "Left Theatre Revue," at the Collins' Music Hall in London, England with John Rae, Prudence Blaikie, Alfred Atkins, Peter Moseley, Eve Lynett, Kenneth Evans, Barbara Nixon, and Duncan Guthrie in the cast. Margaret Yade and Barbara Nixon were directors. Benjamin Britten was composer.
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English stage, screen and radio actor. He appeared with the National Theatre and with the Royal Shakespeare Company, as well as in motion pictures and on television. He also sidelined as a prolific author and illustrator of novels and collections of short stories for children, which he described as "modern fairy tales". His popular works were translated into sixteen languages.