Jack Warner started on the variety circuit in the 1920s as a comedian
and monologuist. His sisters were Elsie & Doris Waters. His film career
did not begin until he was 49 (in 1943).
He became very popular in the late 40s portraying the many facets of the
ordinary man in films such as Holiday Camp, Train of Events and the
Huggetts series. His role as a beat copper in The Blue Lamp
was later made into the famous TV series Dixon of Dock Green

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