A Speaking Part
As a dedicated member of his profession Lewis Casson was for many years one of its leaders, having built up the actors' trade union movement. He spoke fearlessly on the theatre and was elected president of the British Actors' Equity (1941-45), as well as drama director to the Council for the Encouragement of Music and the Arts (1942-44). In 1945 he was knighted, and he also received honorary degrees from the universities of Glasgow (1954), Wales (1959) and Oxford (1966). He lived at 98 Swan Court, London, but stayed occasionally at his inherited property, Bron-y-garth, Porthmadog, before it was sold in 1949.
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