Charles Montague Shaw (23 March 1882 – 6 February 1968) was an Australian character actor, often appearing in small supporting parts in more than 150 films. Shaw was born in Adelaide, South Australia, Australia.He began his acting career in the Australian theatre, before moving on to Britain and elsewhere in the British Empire. His first film role was in The Set-Up (1926). He later found success in the film serial market, often playing professors and paternal supporting roles. His most known role came in 1936 as Professor Norton in the popular serial Undersea Kingdom, starred by Crash Corrigan. Montague Shaw died in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, at the age of 85. He was buried in Valhalla Memorial Park Cemetery.