Leo G Carroll

Leo G Carroll

Highest Rated: 100% The Snows of Kilimanjaro (1952)

Lowest Rated: 11% Forever Amber (1947)

Birthday: Oct 25, 1886

Birthplace: Not Available

Leo G. Carroll was the son of an Irish-born British military officer. The younger Carroll had intended to follow in his father's footsteps, but his World War I experiences discouraged him from pursuing a military career. On the British stage from the age of sixteen, Carroll settled in the U.S. in 1924, playing such plum theatrical roles as the title character in The Late George Apley. In films from 1934, Carroll often portrayed shy, self-effacing Britishers who, in "Uriah-Heep" fashion, used their humility to hide a larcenous or homicidal streak. Reportedly Alfred Hitchcock's favorite actor, Carroll was seen in half a dozen Hithcock films, notably Spellbound (1946) (as the scheming psychiatrist) and North by Northwest (1959) (as the dry-witted CIA agent). A "method actor" before the term was invented, Carroll was known to immerse himself in his roles, frequently confounding strangers by approaching them "in character." Leo G. Carroll was always a welcome presence on American television, starring as Topper in the "ghostly" sitcom of the same name, and co-starring as Father Fitzgibbons in Going My Way (1962) and Alexander Waverly on The Man From UNCLE (1964-68).

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet The Helicopter Spies Alexander Waverly 1968
No Score Yet The Karate Killers Alexander Waverly 1967
No Score Yet One Spy Too Many Mr. Alexander Waverly 1966
No Score Yet That Funny Feeling O'Shea 1965
No Score Yet The Spy with My Face Alexander Waverly 1965
90% The Parent Trap Reverend Mosby 1961
No Score Yet One Plus One Professor Logan 1961
99% North by Northwest The Professor 1959
No Score Yet The Swan Caesar 1956
94% Tarantula Prof. Gerald Deemer 1955
No Score Yet We're No Angels Felix Ducotel 1955
No Score Yet Young Bess Mr. Mums 1953
No Score Yet Treasure of the Golden Condor Dondel 1953
96% The Bad and the Beautiful Henry Whitfield 1953
100% The Snows of Kilimanjaro Uncle Bill 1952
71% The Desert Fox Field Marshal Von Rundstedt 1951
98% Strangers on a Train Sen. Morton 1951
No Score Yet The First Legion Fr. Paul Duquesne 1951
93% Father of the Bride Massoula 1950
No Score Yet Enchantment Proutie 1948
No Score Yet So Evil My Love Jarvis 1948
80% The Paradine Case Sir Joseph Farrell 1948
11% Forever Amber Matt Goodgroome 1947
No Score Yet Song of Love Prof. Wieck 1947
No Score Yet Time Out Of Mind Capt. Fortune 1947
84% Spellbound Dr. Murchison 1945
50% The House on 92nd Street Col. Hammersohn 1945
97% Suspicion Capt. Melbeck 1941
No Score Yet Charlie Chan's Murder Cruise Prof. Gordon 1940
80% Waterloo Bridge Policeman 1940
100% Rebecca Dr. Baker 1940
80% Tower of London Lord Hastings 1939
71% The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex Sir Edward Coke 1939
95% Wuthering Heights Joseph 1939
No Score Yet Bulldog Drummond's Secret Police Henry Seaton 1939
No Score Yet Charlie Chan in City in Darkness Louis Sentinelli 1939
100% A Christmas Carol Marley's Ghost 1938
No Score Yet London by Night Correy 1937
94% Captains Courageous Burns 1937
No Score Yet The Casino Murder Case Smith 1935
No Score Yet Clive of India Manning 1935
No Score Yet Murder on a Honeymoon Joseph B. Tate 1935
78% The Barretts of Wimpole Street Dr. Ford-Waterlow 1934
No Score Yet Sadie McKee Phelps 1934


No Score Yet Ironside
Trevor 1970
No Score Yet The Girl From U.N.C.L.E.
Alexander Waverly 1967
100% The Man From U.N.C.L.E.
Alexander Waverly Alexander Waverly/Baldwin 1967


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Roger O. Thornhill says: I could use a drink..a pint of Bourbon will do.

The Professor says: Mind if I join you?

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