- 2 September 1889
- Brooklyn, New York, USA
Pencil-mustachioed character actor in Hollywood films of the '30s and '40s, cast perennially as a reeling, incoherent, comic drunk, often clad in evening clothes and satin high hat. In an effort to make his characterizations convincing, he often followed drunks and watched their movements closely in order to copy them. In real life, he was a total abstainer from alcohol.
|Movie Name||Release Date|
|The Bank Dick (1940)||November 29, 1940|