He acted in Marc Gilbert Sauvajon and Frederick Jackson's play, "Dear Charles," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Tallulah Bankhead, Robert Coote, Werner Klemperer, William Roerick, Norah Howard, Larry Robinson, Tom Raynor, Grace Raynor, Peter Pell, and Patsy Kelly in the cast. Alan Melville was adapter. Donald ...
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Wavy-haired American actor, in second leads for Warner Brothers from 1933. Later appeared in B-pictures at Monogram and RKO, before resuming theatrical work in 1935. Prolific on Broadway from 1928, including the long-running hit plays "Dead End" (1935-1937) and "The Man Who Came to Dinner" (1939-1941). After ten years, returned to the screen in character parts, often as authority figures.