Kept in mind for his association using the legendary comedian and silent film star Charlie Chaplin, Austin most famously made an appearance with Chaplin in the 1931 feature City Lighting and in the 1916 brief “The Pawnshop.” Furthermore, he previously a starring part in the 1920 Mary Pickford film Suds. Before you begin his screen profession, Austin was an associate of the famous Fred Karno music hall troupe. After retiring from performing, he worked like a protection safeguard for the Warner Brothers Studios. He and his sibling, fellow character acting professional William Austin, had been elevated in Birmingham, Britain. He made an appearance with Jackie Coogan in the 1921 film A CHILD.