In West End production including debut of G.B. Shaw's "St. Joan"
Joined Everyman Theatre, Hempstead; professional stage debut in their "In the Zone"
After having troubles finding film work in Hollywood, returned to England and successfully found feature work there
Authored play "The Hanging Judge"; staged by Michael Powell in England; later made for TV in both GB and US
Final stage performance in LA production of "The Night of the Iguana"
Signed with Warner Bros.
Took over as manager of Everyman; Everyman collpased 1927
Discharged from army; to Oxford, England
Film acting debut in "The Speckled Band" (GB)
Film debut (a bit) in "High Treason" (Great Britain)
First Hollywood film, James Whale's "The Old Dark House"
Returned to Canada, appearing in amateur productions
To Siberia with Canadian Expeditionary Force; in charge of entertainment while stationed at Vladivostok
Artillery and trench warfare instructor at school in Toronto, Yale and Princeton
Stage debut at Appleby in "She Stoops to Conquer"
To England to pursue professional acting career
To US; Broadway debut in "Hamlet" (dir. Norman Bel Geddes); then to Hollywood and contract with Universal (where wife Adrienne Allen was just signed as actress) as writer-director
US short film debut in "For auld lang syne"
Began two-year run as "Abe Lincoln in Illinois", written especially for Massey by Robert Sherwood
Campaigned for Barry Goldwater
Final Broadway appearance in "JB"
Lieutenant with Canadian Field Artillery in France; after year at the front returned to Canada suffering from shell shock; served as artillery instructor alongside fellow-officer and future actor Walter Pidgeon
Played Dr. Leonard Gillespie on the NBC medical drama series, "Doctor Kildare", with Richard Chamberlain in the title role
Returned to Hollywood; first films, John Cromwell's "The Prisoner of Zenda" and John Ford's "The Hurricane"