After a brief engagement at Lambeth Mission Hall, from which he was sacked for adding percussion sounds to hymns, he made his West End debut in the revue "It's in the Bag". He then toured with the comedy singing duo The Two Leslies (Leslie Sarony and Leslie Holmes). His BBC debut was in Palace of Varieties in 1938.
Post-war he regularly performed on the BBC Light Programme on shows such as Music While You Work, Variety Bandbox and Organ Grinder Swing. He also presented a number of programmes including Housewives' Choice and Jazz Club. On television he was the resident organist on the quiz show Double Your Money.
He died on 27 July 1998.
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