Frank Leigh

Highest Rated: 97% Gilda (1946)
Lowest Rated: 80% The Black Swan (1942)
Birthday: Invalid date
Birthplace: Not Available
A top supporting actor in the silent era, handsome, mustachioed Frank Leigh usually played slightly decadent aristocrats: Lord Douglas in Mary Miles Minter's Nurse Marjorie (1920), evil plotter Count Marlaux in John Gilbert's Truxton King (1923), and the blackmailing Count Verensky in George Walsh's American Pluck. He also played the commandant in Mary Pickford's Rosita, one of the phony clairvoyants in Matt Moore's His Majesty, Bunker Bean (1925), and the evil Emir in Tom Mix's King Cowboy (1927). Leigh's roles got increasingly smaller in the sound era, when he was reduced to playing butlers and headwaiters.

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Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet Undercurrent Guest 1946
97% Gilda Man 1946
No Score Yet Tonight and Every Night Air Warden 1945
91% Ministry of Fear Man 1944
No Score Yet Return of the Ape Man Long Shot (uncredited) (archive footage) 1944
85% The Song of Bernadette Cleric 1943
80% The Black Swan Sea Captain 1942
No Score Yet Arsene Lupin Returns English Eddie 1938
No Score Yet Legion of Missing Men Col. Laurente 1937
No Score Yet Clutching Hand Wickham 1936
No Score Yet Ten Nights in a Barroom Harvey Green 1931
No Score Yet The Thirteenth Chair Prof. Feringeea 1929
No Score Yet Below the Deadline Actor 1929
No Score Yet American Pluck Count Verensky 1925
No Score Yet Rosita Prison Commandant 1923
No Score Yet Nurse Marjorie Lord Douglas Fitztrevor 1920

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