It says he is a " British and American screenwriter, composer, musician, director, actor, and comedian". As a lord however he doesn't do anything.
He just is.
"Rickard A. Parker" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>Whoops. We are talking about the same year. Tim wrote 1927 in a place or two
>where he meant 1926. In my reply below I had looked at other sources and
>only awhile ago got to Letters V3.
>Dr. Leslie Haden-Guest was created a baron in 1950. I found it rather
>amusing to discover what the current (5th) baron, his wife and his brothers
>do for a living. No URL for this one. I'm going to make you look it up.
> Rick Parker
>On Tue, 30 Apr 2013 10:52:54 -0500, Rickard A. Parker
><[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>>On Tue, 30 Apr 2013 13:34:10 +0000, Materer, Timothy J.
>><[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>>>Is S-J accurate about the Rome incident?
>>A year earlier there was something going on.
>>At the bottom of page 253 of "The Selected Letters of Bertrand Russell: The
>>Public Years, 1914-1970" is a letter by Russell to his wife. It is dated by
>>the editor to March 20, 1926. On the next page we see that Russell wrote
>>"Eliot sending express letter about Guest's sins."
>>The editor has that statement footnoted with:
>>The letter, unfortunately is lost. Vivien Eliot had become infatuated either
>>with Dr Leslie Haden-Guest, who had gone to Russia with the Labour
>>delegation in 1920, or with his son, Stephen. But whichever Vivien thought
>>herself in love with, from Russell's reference it was probably the sins of
>>the father of which Eliot complained.
>>See also "Painted Shadow" pages 585 and 586 concerning Henry and Theresa
>>Eliot's 1926 honeymoon trip to Europe: "By 13 March Ottoline had learnt the
>>identity of Vivien's supposed lover." This was a Mr Haden-Guest.
>> Rick Parker