Appeared (as "Enoch Drury"; final Broadway role) in "Lord Pengo" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by S.N. Behrman
. Suggested by "The Days of Duveen" by S.N. Behrman. Directed by Vincent J. Donehue
. Royale Theatre: 19 Nov 1962-20 Apr 1963 (175 performances). Cast: Charles Boyer
(as "Lord Pengo"), Brian Bedford
(as "Derek Pengo"),
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Did You Know?
[In a 1944 interview] I was never a villain until Gerald du Maurier
said there was something creepingly sinister about me. I was a good, clean-living boy until then! Of course, it may be that I am really a sinister person and that portraying respectability is really, on my part, a display of virtuosity. I never thought of it that way before.
Was a contemporary of (and was occasionally confused with) fellow character actor Alan Mowbray. The two slightly resembled one another, and both specialized in playing similar roles: Snooty, upper crust types and elegant man-servants.
The Adolph Menjou of Menace