"Jack of all trades" by Jack Warner, published by W.H.Allen, (London 1975)
1 Print Biography |
1 Portrayal |
4 Articles |
5 Magazine Cover Photos |
5' 10" (1.78 m)
Did You Know?
Started acting with the Sutton Amateur Dramatics Club after the end of World War I. From 1935, performed in cabaret at the London West End as half of the double act of Warner & Darnell. In addition to Dixon of Dock Green
(1955), he achieved lasting popularity on screen in the role of Joe Huggett, patriarch of a Cockney family, in Holiday Camp
(1947), and its three sequels (plus a radio serial). ...
Closing every episode of Dixon of Dock Green
(1955) with a salute and the line, "Evenin' all".