Kept in mind primarily for his NY stage job, this North Irish-born actor performed in over thirty Broadway productions, including Tomorrow’s any occasion (1935-36), Polly having a Past (1917-1918), The Lottery Man (1909-1910) and A Runaway Girl (1898-1899). He produced his Broadway debut in the 1893 creation of THE LADY I LEFT OUT Me and made an appearance in his 1st film, Az, in 1913. He became a member of theatrical businesses that counted amongst their rates such prominent users as Richard Mansfield, Minnie Maddern Fiske, and Lotta Crabtree. Also a silent film acting professional, he made an appearance in features like the Day of Times (1914) and His Loyal Highness (1932). He spent his youngsters in Banbridge, Region Down, North Ireland, and later on relocated to NEW YORK. He was wedded to celebrity Louise Eissing until her suicide in the first 1920s. He made an appearance in a number of musical theatre productions with the favorite entertainer DeWolf Hopper.