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Born: November 19, 1919 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: North Shields, England, GB Profession: Cast ...
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1926:
Moved to Canada with family (date approximate)
1933:
Made his debut as comedy monologist
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Worked as commercial artist and cartoonist; performed on Canadian and American radio
1946:
Film acting debut in "Margie"
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Starred in "The Alan Young Show" (CBS)
1952:
Starred with Dinah Shore in the disastrous "Aaron Slick From Punkin Creek"
1954:
Hosted "Saturday Night Revue" (NBC)
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Starred as Wilbur on "Mr. Ed" (Syndication, then CBS)
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In charge of film and broadcasting department, Christian Science Church
1988:
Returned to series TV in "Coming of Age" (CBS)
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Played short-term role on the ABC daytime drama "General Hospital"
1994:
Returned to feature films co-starring in "Beverly Hills Cop III"
1999:
Starred in an L.A. stage production of "You Can't Take It With You"
2002:
Had lead role in the independent feature "Em & Me"; former "Mr. Ed" co-star Connie Hines also appears in film

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