Actor/screenwriter/playwright Michael Dyne acted in a few films from the late '30s through the mid-'40s. He then spent time coaching actresses for screen tests for mogul Darryl E. Zanuck. He began writing television scripts in 1949 and continued on to write over 150 teleplays. He also wrote plays, the most of famous of which is The Right Honorable Gentleman, and later became a screenwriter for Disney. Dyne was born in London, but began acting on stage in Canada. He made his Hollywood debut in 1938.