(1936-37) Stage: Appeared in Maurice Colbourne
's play, "Charles the King," at the Lyric Theatre in London, England, with 'Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies' (v), Morland Graham, Maurice Colbourne, Hugh Grant, Betty Hardy, Richard Watson and Noel Howlett in the cast. 'Motley' was art director. Herbert Menges
was musical director.
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On stage from 1921, screen from 1932, latterly as a balding character actor. Best known for aristocratic portrayals and as the crazed scientist of Seven Days to Noon
(1950). Retired in 1966.