He acted in Campbell Dixon and Dermot Morrah's play, "Caesar's Friend," at the Piccadilly Theatre in London, England with Francis L. Sullivan, Gillian Lind, Robert Speaight, Richard Goolden, and Dorothy Drake in the cast. Robert Atkins was director.
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Debonair, moustachioed British character actor, former student of law at Oxford University and member of that institution's dramatic society. On stage from 1913, including a stint on Broadway in 1930 as actor/director. On screen, typically played easy-going bon vivants with a roving eye and a fondness for liquor. In private life, his chief hobby was breeding pigs.