He acted in St. John Ervine's play, "Robert's Wife," at the Globe Theatre in London, England with Edith Evans, Margaret Scudamore, and Robert Holmes in the cast. Murray Macdonald was director.
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Popular British matinée idol and writer. Educated at Reading School, he trained under Rosina Filippi and acted on stage from 1908. In films from 1913, he appeared as a romantic lead during the silent era, moving on to character roles by the 1930's.