Gordon McLeod

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Birthday: Dec 27, 1890
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Gruff, stocky British character actor Gordon McLeod first appeared on stage in repertory in his native Devon. After establishing himself on the London stage, McLeod made his first film in 1925. Almost always cast as a brusque authority figure, he was most often seen as dyspeptic newspaper editors and conclusion-jumping detectives. Though his most famous screen role was the cigar-chomping city editor in The Squeaker (1935), Gordon McLeod is also fondly remembered for his work as Inspector Teal in The Saint in London (1939) and The Saint Meets the Tiger (1943), and as Inspector Venner in Meet Sexton Blake (1946).

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet Chance of a Lifetime Garrett 1950
No Score Yet Winslow Boy Elderly Member 1949
No Score Yet Corridor of Mirrors Prosecutor 1948
No Score Yet Meet Sexton Blake Inspector Venner 1945
No Score Yet Yellow Canary Officer 1943
No Score Yet The Saint Meets the Tiger Inspector Teal 1943
No Score Yet Spitfire (The First of the Few) Maj. Buchan 1942
No Score Yet Crook's Tour Rossenger 1941
No Score Yet The Saint's Vacation Insp. Teal 1941
No Score Yet The Prime Minister John Brown 1941
No Score Yet The Saint in London Insp. Teal 1939
No Score Yet Queen of Destiny (Sixty Glorious Years) John Brown 1938
No Score Yet I See Ice Lord Feistead 1938
No Score Yet Victoria the Great John Brown 1937
No Score Yet Squeaker Mr. Field 1937
No Score Yet The Silent Passenger Commissioner 1935
No Score Yet There Goes the Bride Mons. Duchaine 1933

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