He acted in Edgar Wallace's play, "The Ringer," at the Wyndham's Theatre in London, England with Dorothy Dickson, Leslie Faber, Franklin Dyall, Gordon Harker, Eric Stanley, Leslie Banks, Henry Forbes, Betty Hicks, Arthur Stratton, and Naomi Jacob in the cast.
6' (1.83 m)
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I am in no way a distinguished man, but if I died tomorrow, I can honestly claim to have been what few men can call themselves - a really happy one. For 26 years I have been blessed with the love and friendship of a very wonderful woman. I have two attractive and splendid daughters of whom I am very proud, and my two sons-in-law I respect and like enormously. Except for a groggy leg I have been ...
Best known for his inimitable, forever-indelible portrayals of a most blithering Dr. John Watson opposite Basil Rathbone
's Sherlock Holmes in Universal's World War II-era Holmes films.
Roles as buffoonish upper-class English gentlemen