He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Henry Sixth Part III," at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England in a Birmingham Repertory Company production with Jack May, John Greenwood, and Paul Daneman in the cast. Douglas Seale was director.
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I think nowadays you're more responsible for yourself as an actor. You are expected to take more responsibility for yourself and you do. And your own opinions for instance, nowadays would be much more important than they were in my time when your own opinion didn't count for much. You did what you were told or what was suggested to you. The sort of thing you did was imitate older actors actually.
Left his school in 1933 to work as an office boy for a company repairing railway carriages. Subsequently worked as a steward in a London businessmen's club, but had to move on after a dispute with a barmaid.