D.O.B.: July 6, 1918 (London, England)
D.O.D.: August 23, 1977 (British Columbia, Canada)
Cause of Death: Stroke
Location: Westwood Memorial; Urn Garden
A large British actor, Cabot began his acting career on British radio, stage, and screen.
His screen debut was in Hitchcock's The Secret Agent (1936), from which he went on to make many British films.
Primarily in Hollywood films since the '50s, Cabot often played the amiable, courtly, somewhat pompous Englishman-in-America, but was also occasionally cast as a villain.
He is best known for his role as Mr. French, the philosophical butler and nanny of two children, in the American TV series Family Affair with Brian Keith.
"Winnie The Pooh and The Blustery Day" (1968) Narrator
"Family Affair" (1966) TV
"Ivanhoe" (1952) Movie
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