b. 18 January 1905, Snaresbrook, Essex, Britain, d. 3 Apr 1983, London, Britain. Hickman worked well as an acting professional in the united kingdom and also in america, where he made an appearance on Broadway in Parrot AT HAND (1929). Primarily, though, he was energetic in London where, from the first 30s, he became most widely known for his are a movie director. In the 30s he done many revues in the Nice And Low series, and in addition directed musicals such as for example Track Of Norway (1946, which went for over a 12 months), The Crimson Mill (1947), the long-running London creation of Annie GET THE Weapon (1947), Cage Me A Peacock (1948), an additional staging of Track Of Norway (1949), Dear Miss Phoebe (1950), Zip Moves A Mil (1951), Like From Judy (1952), Wedding ceremony In Paris (1954), WATER Gipsies (1955), and Summer time Track (1956). Hickman continued to be active like a movie director overseas, like the Broadway creation of Dark Chiffon (1950), and in addition in Australia and South Africa.