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Leo Pierson

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According to his official studio biography, Kansas-born actor/director/writer Leo Pierson "made pictures in 12 countries, the Orient and South Seas." A member of the Belasco Stock Company, the dark-haired Pierson became a star for various Universal companies in the 1910s, mainly appearing in potboilers but also functioning as an assistant director. Among his scores of credits, only one truly stands out: '49-'17 (1917), a Western directed by his wife, Universal screenwriter Ruth Ann Baldwin. Like Miss Baldwin, Pierson curtailed his screen work in the early 1920s.

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RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
No Score Yet Wagon Tracks
  • Actor
1919
No Score Yet The Poppy Girl's Husband
  • Actor
1919

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