Most well-known for his London Western End performances from the takes on of George Bernard Shaw and William Shakespeare, this popular actor also appeared in film adaptations from the Hunchback of Notre Dame, Les Miserables, and additional classic functions of literature. After teaching at the popular Royal Academy of Dramatic Artwork (RADA), he produced his professional stage debut at London’s Lyceum Theater in a creation from the Monk and the girl. During the middle 1930s, he trained a drama course at Cambridge College or university. His relationship to British celebrity Helena Pickard lasted two decades and produced one young child. His second relationship, to Mary Scott, also led to one young child and finished in divorce. He made an appearance for the Ida Lupino sitcom Mr. Adams and Eve.