Well known for his focus on both stage and display screen, he acted in But also for the Sophistication of God (1937), THE FINAL Mile (1930), and many various other Broadway productions and in addition appeared in several films and tv series, including Time of Reckoning (1933); MY PAL Flicka (1943); The Ford Tv Theater (1954-56); and Perry Mason (1958-1960). After their studies at Virginia Technology, he produced his Broadway debut in the 1920 creation of The Poor Man and continued to earn his initial display screen credit in the 1933 film The King’s Holiday. Between 1959 and 1963, he made an appearance in three shows of the traditional western series Wagon Teach. He spent his youngsters in Suffolk, Virginia, and afterwards lived and proved helpful in NY and California before time for his home condition in his old age. His wife, Joyce Arling, also acquired several tv and film performing credits. He made an appearance with Richard Chamberlain in the 1963 film Twilight of Honor.