American actor Eddie LeVeque had a colorful career that spanned seven decades. He got his start working as an interpreter for a newsreel crew covering the Mexican Revolution and is said to have translated for Pancho Villa. LeVeque became a film actor in 1914 when he played a small part in Griffith's Intolerance. From there, he became a Keystone Kop for Mack Sennett. Following service in WW I, he continued appearing in silent films. Eventually, he switched to radio and television but still made occasional appearances in films through the mid '70s.