Most widely known for his assignments as the tone of voice from the Caterpillar in the 1951 animated version of Alice in Wonderland and Potential Detweiler in The Audio of Music. He produced his performing debut in 1941 on film with two assignments: one in Charley’s Aunt as well as the various other in Ball of Fireplace. In the 1945 version of Agatha Christie’s secret novel, AND There Were non-e, he performed the manservant called Rogers. He was created in Camberwell, London, Britain and died of the coronary attack in LA. He performed a recurring personality within a sketch for the Dick Truck Dyke Show.