English comedian who was known for his catchphrase, "Pin back your lugholes," and for his Odd Odes that became part of the television show, That's Life! He was also a panellist on the popular UK BBC panel show What's My Line?, which ran from 1951 to 1963.
He graduated from the Guildhall School of Music and Dance and was a successful businessman.
He founded Associate Speakers, an agency for after-dinner speakers.
He was married to
His first Odd Ode was a comic and sentimental reading of Edgar Wallace's poem, Dreaming of Thee.