b. Nelson Waite Secrets, 7 Apr 1886, London, Britain, d. 26 Apr 1939, London, Britain. Tips attracted early interest in The Arcadians (1909), which went for 809 shows and highlighted Phyllis Dare, Florence Smithson and Harry Welchman; music by Lionel Monckton and Howard Talbot, lyrics by Arthur Wimperis. Tips was also in The Mousmé (1911), which highlighted Smithson, Cicely Courtneidge and Welchman. The next year Tips, Courtneidge and Welchman had been in Princess Caprice. He is at The Passing Present (1914), a revue by Wimperis, music and lyrics by Herman Finck, as well as the revue Vanity Good (1916), reserve by Wimperis, music by Finck, Utmost Darewski, Shelton Brooks and Jerome Kern, lyrics by Wimperis, Percy Greenbank, yet others. In 1922, Tips made an appearance in The Curate’s Egg on the Ambassadors Theater. In 1934 he is at C.B. Cochrane’s revue, Streamline with Florence Desmond, Esmond Knight and Naunton Wayne. One portion highlighted Vivian Ellis and A.P. Herbert’s Determination, a Gilbert And Sullivan spoof (the writers getting billed as Turbot And Vulligan). He made an appearance in the revue Pass on It Overseas (1936) on the Saville Theater. Starring with Tips had been Dorothy Dickson, Ivy St. Helier and Walter Crisham, while a little role visited newcomer Hermione Gingold. Among the sketches where Tips appeared had been ‘Charge FROM THE Later Brigade’ and ‘Information Reel’, the last mentioned compiled by John Paddy Carstairs (b. 1910, d. 1970) who was simply one of Tips’ sons. In america, Tips produced some stage performances, notably at the days Square Theater in Andre Charlot’s Revue Of 1924, alongside various other noted players through the British theater, including Beatrice Lillie, Gertrude Lawrence, Herbert Mundin, Jack port Buchanan and Jessie Matthews in her Broadway debut. Tips made an appearance in silent movies from 1916, including Madame Pompadour (1927), aimed by Herbert Wilcox and starring Dorothy Gish in the name function. In the middle-20s, Secrets and Wilcox created the English and Dominion Film Company. His 30s movies included AWAKEN Famous and Knights FOR ANY Day time (both 1937). Another child was Anthony Nelson Secrets (b. 1913, d. 1985) who, like Carstairs, was effective in the English film market. Of arcane curiosity, Secrets also narrated ‘The Stage’, that was No. 7 in some 25 paper information advertised as The ‘Talkie’ Cigarette Credit card with the Record Cigarette Business. In 2006, a mint duplicate of No. 7 was provided on the web for $150.00.