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  • Was heard on the radio series "Luke Slaughter of Tombstone".
  • Was heard on radio series "Land of the Lost", which was from the 1940s.
  • Did voices for the crime radio series "Crime Classics".
  • Was a regular performer on the radio series "Sherlock Holmes".
  • Was often heard on the radio series "Crime Classics".
  • Was part of the cast of the 1930 to 1956 radio special "Sherlock Holmes".
  • (1914 - 1929) Active on Broadway in the following productions:
  • (1914) Stage Play: Young Wisdom. Comedy. Written by Rachel Crothers. Criterion Theatre (moved to The Gaiety Theatre 2 Feb 1914- close): 5 Jan 1914- Mar 1914 (closing date unknown/56 performances). Cast: Aubrey Beattie (as "Judge Claffenden"), Mabel Burt, Hayward Ginn (as "Christopher Bruce"), Regan Hughston (as "Max Norton"), Louis La Bey, Junius Matthews, Richard Sterling (as "Peter Van Horn"), Edith Taliaferro (as "Gail Claffenden"), Mabel Taliaferro (as "Victoria Claffenden"). Produced by Joseph Brooks.
  • Any House (1916). Written by Owen Davis and Robert Hobart Davis. Cort Theatre: 14 Feb 1916- Feb 1916 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Edwin Arden, Hunter Arden, Annie Buckley, Jack Davis, Katherine Emmett, Louise Galloway, Frank Gilmore, Hayward Ginn, Ralph J. Herbert, Edith Luckett, Junius Matthews, James Seeley, Milton Sills, Jay Wilson. Produced by Sargent Aborn Corporation.
  • The Phantom Legion (1919). Fantasy. Written by Anthony Paul Kelly. Playhouse Theatre: 10 Dec 1919- Dec 1919 (closing date unknown/5 performances). Produced by Anthony Paul Kelly.
  • Pot Luck (1921). Comedy. Written by Edward Childs Carpenter. Comedy Theatre: 29 Sep 1921- Oct 1921 (closing date unknown/28 performances). Cast: Frank Allworth (as "William Farley"), Douglas Bright (as "David Crum"), Jennie Dickerson (as "Mrs. Wren"), Rockliffe Fellowes (as "Jim Patterson"), Beth Franklyn (as "Sarah Penfield"), Frank E. Jamieson (as "Wilbur Holcomb"), Frances Kennen (as "Hilda Wren"), Junius Matthews (as "Lester Scanlon"), Percy Moore (as "Roscoe Brown"), Clara Moores (as "Amy Jewell"), Howard Nugent (as "Judge Penfield"), Helen Reimer (as "Martha Holcomb"), James Rennie (as "Stephen McCauley"), Helen Stewart (as "Phoebe Lyman"). Produced by Kilbourn Gordon, Inc.
  • Fedora (1922). Tragedy (revival). Written by Victorien Sardou. Directed by Marie Löhr. Hudson Theatre: 10 Feb 1922- Feb 1922 (closing date unknown/12 performances). Produced by Marie Löhr.
  • The Green Ring (1922). Comedy. Based on the Russian of Zinaida Hippius. Neighborhood Playhouse: 4 Apr 1922- Apr 1922 (closing date unknown/30 performances). Cast: Millie Butterfield, Albert Carroll (as "Sergei Tarasof"), Frances Diamond, Stanley Forde (as "Vassili Vozzhin"), Robert Forsyth, Pamela Gaythorne, Edwin Kasper, Lily Lubell, Ian Maclaren, Aline MacMahon (as "Matilda"), Philip Mann, Junius Matthews, John McGovern, Esther Mitchell, Frances Neilson, Joanna Roos, Paula Trueman.
  • Makers of Light (1922). Drama. Written by Frederick Lansing Day. Neighborhood Playhouse: 23 May 1922- Jun 1922 (closing date unknown/21 performances). Cast: Ace Angline (as "Michael"), Herbert Ashton (as "James Grupton, Sr."), Elsie Brown (as "Bertha"), Albert Carroll (as "Jimmy Grupton"), Eleanor Carroll (as "Lucy"), Eva Condon (as "Mrs. Nellis"), Edwin H. Kasper (as "Peters"), Frederick Lloyd (as "John McCleary"), Lily Lubell (as "Ruth"), Ian Maclaren (as "David Nellis"), Junius Matthews (as "Willis Button"), John McGovern (as "Tom"), Esther Mitchel (as "Agnes Chatley"), Adrienne Morrison (as "Sally Morton"), John Francis Roche (as "Joseph Prine"), Anne Schmidt (as "Alice"), Augustin Sweeny (as "Charlie"), Paula Trueman (as "Pearl"), Polaire Weissmann (as "Florence").
  • The Grand Street Follies (1922). Musical revue. Music arranged by Lily M. Hyland. Lyrics by Albert Carroll. Costume Design by Alice Beer and Polaire Weissmann. Piano: Lily M. Hyland. Violin: Mr. Ocko. Saxophone: Mr. Evans. Drums: Mr. Hagar. Choreographed by Albert Carroll. Neighborhood Playhouse: 13 Jun 1922- 25 Jun 1922 (12 performances). Cast: Helen Arthur, Michel Barroy, George Bratt, Albert J. Carroll, Eleanor Carroll, Sol Friedman, Whitford Kane, Irene Lewisohn, Lily Lubell, Aline MacMahon, Philip Mann, Junius Matthews, Esther Mitchell, Agnes Morgan, Adrienne Morrison, John Roche, Anne Schmidt, John Scott, Blanche Talmud, Paula Trueman, Dan Walker, Polaire Weissmann. Produced by Neighborhood Players.
  • Grand Street Follies (1924). Musical revue/burlesque. Music by Lily Hyland. Book by Agnes Morgan. Lyrics by Agnes Morgan. Additional lyrics by Dan Walker and Ann MacDonald. Costume Design by Aline Bernstein. Scenic Design by Aline Bernstein. Mask Design by Jo Davidson and Marjorie Content. Choreographed by Albert Carroll. Neighborhood Playhouse: 20 May 1924- 30 Nov 1924 (172 performances). Cast: Helen Arthur, Sophie Bernsohn, George Bratt, Albert Carroll, Edla Frankau, Sol Friedman, George Heller, Grace Hooper, Sophie Hurwitz, Edgar Kent, Edmond Kent, Florence Levine, Lily Lubell, Aline MacMahon, Philip Mann, Ella Markowitz, Junius Matthews, Esther Mitchell, Agnes Morgan, Adrienne Morrison, Evan Mosher, Betty Prescott, Edmond Rickett, John Francis Roche, Joanna Roos, Ann Schmidt, John Scott, Hadra Spelvin, William Stahl, Paula Trueman, Bertha Tuite, Dan Walker, Polaire Weissmann, Martin Wolfson. Produced by The Neighborhood Playhouse.
  • The Little Clay Cart (1924). Drama. Written by King Shudraka. Translated by Arthur William Ryder. Directed by Agnes Morgan and Irene Lewisohn. Neighborhood Playhouse: 5 Dec 1924- Feb 1925 (closing date unknown/72 performances). Cast: Richard Abbott (as "Aryaka"), Kyra Alanova (as "Vasantasena"), William Beyer (as "Executioner's Guard"), George Bratt (as "Vardhamanaka/Alinta"), Albert Carroll (as "A Shampooer Who Turns Monk"), Malcolm Fassatt (as "Maitreya"), Victor Friedman (as "Courtroom Guard"), Arjun Govind (as "The Singer with the Sitar"), Otto Hulett [credited as Otto Hulicius/Broadway debut](as "Sthavaraka/Darduraka"), Sarat Lahiri (as "The Musician with the Esraj"), Irene Lewisohn (as "Another Maid"), Marc Loebell (as "Santhanaka"), Lily Lubell (as "Charudatta's Wife"), Ian Maclaren (as "Charudatta"), Philip Mann (as "The Gild Warden"), Junius Matthews (as "Sharvilaka"), Harold Minjir (as "Mathura") [Broadway debut], Vernon Radcliffe (as "The Stage Manager"), Edmond Rickett (as "The Judge"), John Roche (as "Goha"), John Francis Roche (as "A Courtier"), Dorothy Sands (as "Radanika/Vasantasena's Mother"), Stuart Seymour (as "Executioner's Guard"), Lois Shore (as "Rohasena"), Paula Trueman (as "Madanika"), Sidney Weinberger (as "Courtroom Guard"), Martin Wolfson (as "Another Gambler").
  • The Critic (1925). Comedy (revival). Written by Richard B. Sheridan. Directed by Agnes Morgan and Ian Maclaren. Neighborhood Playhouse: 8 May 1925- May 1925 (closing date unknown/17 performances). Cast: Vera Allen (as "Justice's Lady") [Broadway debut], William Beyer, George Heller, Otto Hulett [credited as Otto Hulicius], Whitford Kane (as "Mr. Dangle"), Adele Klaer, Marc Loebell, Ian Maclaren (as "Mr. Puff"), Philip Mann, Junius Matthews, Harold Minjir, Dorothy Sands, Anne Schmidt, Blanche Talmud, Paula Trueman, Charles Warburton, Charles Webster, Martin Wolfson (as "Sir Christopher Hatton").
  • (1925) Stage Play: Grand Street Follies. Musical revue. Music by Lily Hyland. Book by Agnes Morgan. Lyrics by Agnes Morgan. Featuring songs with lyrics by Marc Loebell and Dan Walker. Featuring songs by Dan Walker. Choreographed by Albert Carroll. Neighborhood Playhouse: 18 Jun 1925- 29 Nov 1925 (148 performances). Cast: Vera Allen, Helen Arthur, Michel Barroy, William Beyer, George Bratt, Albert Carroll, Edla Frankau, George Heller, George Hoag, Otto Hulett [credited as Otto Hulicius], Zita Johann, Whitford Kane, Edgar Kent, Irene Lewisohn, Marc Loebell, Lily Lubell, Helen Mack, Ian Maclaren, Philip Mann, Junius Matthews, Lewis McMichael, Harold Minjir, Esther Mitchell, Mae Noble, Madeline Ross, Dorothy Sands, Ann Schmidt, J. Blake Scott, Lois Shore, Sadie Sussman, Blanche Talmud, Thomas Tilton, Paula Trueman, Allen Vincent, Dan Walker, Polaire Weissmann. Produced by The Neighborhood Playhouse.
  • (1925) Stage Play: The Dybbuk. Drama. Written by S. Ansky. Translated by Henry G. Alsberg. Directed by David Vardi. Directed in association with Alice Lewisohn. Neighborhood Playhouse: 15 Dec 1925- Mar 1926 (closing date unknown/120 performances). Cast: Vera Allen (as "An Old Woman/Tsippe"), Sophie Bernsohn (as "Klippe"), George Bratt (as "Third Batlan/Nachman"), Albert Carroll (as "Channon"), Mary Ellis (as "Leah"), George Heller (as "Leyser"), George Hoag (as "Fishke"), Otto Hulett [credited as Otto Hulicius] (as "Henoch/Moysheh/Rabbi Shamshon"), Benson Inge (as "Shlemiel"), Edgar Kent (as "First Batlan/Rabbi Aesrael/The Tsadik"), Bernard Kugel (as "Musician"), Irene Lewisohn (as "Dresl"), Marc Loebell (as "Reb Sender"), Lily Lubell (as "Basye"), Helen Mack (as "Elke"), Ian Maclaren (as "Messenger"), Junius Matthews (as "Second Batlan/Mendal"), Lewis McMichael (as "Asher/Zeydl"), Harold Minjir(as "Menashe/Michael"), Dorothy Sands (as "Frade"), Edith Segal (as "Rachel"), Grace Stickney (as "Nechame"), Sadie Sussman (as "Neche"), Blanche Talmud (as "Rivke"), Paula Trueman (as "Gittel"), Harold West (as "Meir/Shamos").
  • (1926) Stage Play: The Humble. Drama. Written by Laurence Irving. From "Crime and Punishment" by Fyodor Dostoevsky. Directed by Bertram Forsyth. Greenwich Village Theatre: 13 Oct 1926- Oct 1926 (closing date unknown/21 performances). Produced by Carl Reed.
  • (1927) Stage Play: Grand Street Follies.
  • (1927) Stage Play: The Taming of the Shrew. Comedy (revival).
  • (1929) Stage Play: Grand Street Follies. Musical revue/satire.
  • (1955 - 1960) Played a variety of eccentric old coots on radio series "Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar" opposite Bill Bailey in the title role.

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