Appeared in "Too Late the Phalarope" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Robert Libott
. Incidental music by Joseph Marais. Based on the novel by Alan Paton
. Directed by John Stix. Belasco Theatre: 11 Oct 1956-10 Nov 1956 (36 performances).
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6' 6" (1.98 m)
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I had never read comics before I [was hired for Batman
(1966)]. My agent rang up and said, "I think you are going to play on Batman." I said, "What is Batman?" He said, "Don't you read the comics?" I said, "No, never." He said, "I think you are going to be Batman's butler." I said, "How do I know I want to be Batman's butler?" It was the most ridiculous thing I had ever heard of. He said, "It may...
He was initially reluctant to sign on to play Bruce Wayne's butler, Alfred Pennyworth, on Batman
(1966) before a friend pointed out to him that the series would make him the most famous butler in the world.
Rich smooth voice with aristocratic bearing