Ben Warriss was one of the great names of British comedy. He debuted in London in 1930 before teaming up with his cousin Jimmy Jewel. Jewel and Warriss became household names, touring as one of Britain’s finest double acts.
By 1966, the two had played 7 Royal Variety Performances, and 12 summer seasons in Blackpool. Jewel and Warriss also had asuccessful radio series, "Up The Pole," which ran from 1947 to 1952, and in 1950 made a film based on the series. In his later years, Ben Warriss continued solo in music hall and pantomime.
The grave can be found in the section behind Will Hay's grave.