George Christopher Benson (11 January 1911 – 17 June 1983) was a Welsh and English actor of both theatre and screen, whose career spanned from the 1930s to the late 1970s.
He was on stage from the late 1920s, and made his film debut in 1932 in Holiday Lovers written by Leslie Arliss.
His most notable work as a comic actor included supporting roles with George Formby (Keep Fit - 1937) and Ronnie Barker (A Home of Your Own - 1964).Benson was born in Cardiff and educated at Blundell's School and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (where he was the Silver Medallist in 1930).
He served with the Royal Artillery for 6 years.
He married, first, Jane Ann Sterndale Bennett, a granddaughter of the composer.
They had two daughters, Caroline and Elizabeth.
His second wife was Pamela Enid White, also an actor.