Leo White

Lowest Rated: 60% One Night of Love (1934)
Birthday: Invalid date
Birthplace: Not Available
A music-hall favorite in his native England, dapper, diminutive Leo White was brought to America by theatrical impresario Daniel Frohman. In 1914, White joined the Essanay film company, where he appeared in support of Wallace Beery in the Sweedie comedies. Within a year he was a member in good standing of Charlie Chaplin's stock company, playing a variety of dandies, noblemen, and anarchists. He moved to Hal Roach's "Rollin'" comedies in 1917, where he co-starred with such funmakers as Harold Lloyd, Harry "Snub" Pollard, Bebe Daniels, and Bud Jamison. White showed up in several features of the 1920s, including Lloyd's Why Worry (1923), Valentino's Blood and Sand (1922), and the mighty Ben-Hur (1926, as Sallanbat). In the talkie era, he played supporting roles in Columbia and RKO two-reel comedies, and bits in features: in the Marx Brothers' Night at the Opera, for example, he's one of the three bearded Russian aviators. From 1934 to 1948, he was on call at Warner Bros. for bits and extra roles. Leo White spent his last decade essaying one-scene roles in such Warner features as Yankee Doodle Dandy (1942), Arsenic and Old Lace (1944), and The Fountainhead (1949), and even had a part in the animated Looney Tune Eatin' on the Cuff (1943).

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet In the Park (Charlie in the Park) (Charlie on the Spree) Actor 1998
No Score Yet Police (Charlie in the Police) (Charlie the Burglar) (Housebreaker) Actor 1995
No Score Yet Chaplin's Art of Comedy Actor 1966
No Score Yet A Night in the Show (A Night at the Show ) (Charlie at the Show) Actor 1964
No Score Yet Night Unto Night Man in Hotel 1949
No Score Yet Smart Girls Don't Talk Headwaiter 1948
No Score Yet Silver River Barber 1948
No Score Yet A Stolen Life Waiter 1946
No Score Yet The Spanish Main Hairdresser 1945
88% Arsenic and Old Lace Man in Phone Booth 1944
No Score Yet The Mysterious Doctor Headless man 1943
89% Meet John Doe Bit Part 1941
No Score Yet Four Jacks and a Jill Perfumer 1941
No Score Yet Tugboat Annie Sails Again Whiter 1940
No Score Yet Tovarich Assistant Hairdresser 1937
97% A Night at the Opera Aviator 1935
No Score Yet Dr. Socrates Tailor 1935
80% Front Page Woman Taxi Driver 1935
No Score Yet Stranded Haines 1935
60% One Night of Love Florist 1934
No Score Yet Housewife Waiter 1934
No Score Yet Here Comes the Navy Professor 1934
97% The Thin Man Waiter 1934
No Score Yet Riptide Assistant Manager 1934
80% Viva Villa! Man 1934
No Score Yet Only Yesterday New Year's Eve Reveler 1933
83% The Kennel Murder Case Desk Clerk 1933
No Score Yet The Devil's Brother Tavern Patron 1933
No Score Yet The Keyhole Porter 1933
No Score Yet Rasputin and the Empress Reveler 1933
No Score Yet Jewel Robbery Assistant Robber 1932
No Score Yet Roaring Ranch Reginald Sobuski 1930
No Score Yet Campus Knights Pearl's Lawyer 1929
100% Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ Sanballat 1926
No Score Yet Devil's Island Chico 1926
No Score Yet Paths to Paradise Actor 1925
No Score Yet American Pluck Lord Raleigh 1925
No Score Yet Why Worry? Herculeo 1923
100% Blood and Sand Antonio 1922
No Score Yet Triple Trouble Director Diplomat/Spy and Flophouse owner 1918
No Score Yet Behind the Screen Scene Shifter 1916
No Score Yet The Count Count 1916
No Score Yet The Vagabond Old Jew and Gypsy Woman 1916
No Score Yet The Fireman Owner of Burning House 1916
No Score Yet Charlie Chaplin Elegant Customer 1916
No Score Yet Charlie Chaplin's Burlesque on Carmen Officer of the Guard 1916
No Score Yet Charlie Chaplin Shanghaied Seaman 1915
No Score Yet The Bank Fellow Janitor 1915
No Score Yet A Woman Dandy in park 1915
No Score Yet Work (Charlie at Work) (Charlie the Decorator) Actor 1915
No Score Yet The Tramp Sinister Hobo 1915
No Score Yet Charlie Chaplin Her Millionaire Suitor, Count d He-Ha 1915
No Score Yet In the Park Elegant Masher 1915
No Score Yet The Champion Dishonest Better 1915
No Score Yet A Night Out (Champagne Charlie) (Charlie's Drunken Daze) (His Night Out) French Dandy 1915
No Score Yet His New Job (Charlie's New Job) Receptionist 1915

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