Wyndham Goldie was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. In 1934, he made his film debut in "Lorna Doone." In 1952, he had a recurring role on "The Pickwick Papers." In 1958, he played his final film role in "The Cosmic Monster." Goldie began his career with a role in the Margaret Lockwood thriller "Night Train to Munich" (1941). Goldie then began to rack up a number of film credits, including roles in "Doctor in the House" (1955) with Dirk Bogarde. Goldie was most recently credited in the adaptation "The Cosmic Monsters" (1958) with Forrest Tucker. Goldie passed away in September 1957 at the age of 60.