British actor Garry Marsh began his stage career at the age of 15. In films from 1930, Marsh started out as an action hero, but later settled into self-important character roles. His more notable roles of the 1930s include Esterhazy in The Dreyfus Case (1931) and Belle's husband in Scrooge (1935). By the 1940s, he was often as not cast as detectives and smarmy theatrical agents. He continued working in films until the late 1960s (though the "Gary Marsh" credited for Camelot was actually a juvenile performer). Garry Marsh was married to actresses Adele Lawson and Muriel Martin-Havey respectively.