He acted in Gilbert Wakefield's play, "Tea for Two," at the Comedy Theatre in London, England with Elsie Randolph, Henry Kendall, Geoffrey Sumner, Margery Morris, and Leon Von Pokorny in the cast. Richard Bird was director.
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Tall English character actor, who specialised in aristocrats, effete dandies, and the occasional rogue. Rarely seen without monocle and waxed moustache. His lengthy theatrical career at the London West End lasted from 1910 until his retirement in 1954, only interrupted by his wartime service in the RAF.