8 June 1901
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
|Died||8 May 1974 72)(aged|
He was the son of George Conyngham, the actor, manager. He began his career as a specialty dancer. He left musical comedy for drama; then, after discovering he possessed a good tenor voice, he had it trained and returned to musical comedy as a leading man. He toured the world and on his return was given a part in the film The Indiscretions of Eve (1932), which started his film career off.