Leo Willis

Highest Rated: 100% The Kid Brother (1927)
Lowest Rated: 80% City Streets (1931)
Birthday: Jan 5, 1890
Birthplace: Not Available
A tough-looking, heavyset supporting comic, Leo Willis entered films as an extra in 1916, reportedly from a background as a commercial artist. Willis went on to play villainous types opposite nearly every silent clown, and quite a few vocal ones, in a career that lasted through the mid-'30s and included such memorable bit parts as Leo Hickory in The Kid Brother (1927) and the torturer in Roman Scandals (1933).

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet Kid Millions Warrior 1934
No Score Yet Six of a Kind Mike 1934
No Score Yet Roman Scandals Torturer 1933
No Score Yet The Kid from Spain Thief 1932
No Score Yet Beau Hunks New recruit 1931
No Score Yet Pardon Us Prisoner 1931
80% City Streets Henchman 1931
No Score Yet Feet First Truck driver 1930
No Score Yet Laurel and Hardy Crook 1930
No Score Yet Welcome Danger Cop 1929
No Score Yet Laurel and Hardy Prisoner 1929
No Score Yet Their Purple Moment Cabdriver 1928
100% The Kid Brother Leo Hickory 1927
No Score Yet For Heaven's Sake Mug who gets kicked 1926
No Score Yet Souls for Sale Electrician 1923
No Score Yet A Sailor-Made Man Recruiting Officer 1921
No Score Yet The Three Word Brand McCabe 1921
No Score Yet The Toll Gate Actor 1920
No Score Yet Hell's Hinges Extra 1916
No Score Yet The Italian Bill Corrigan 1915

TV

CREDIT
No Score Yet The Three Stooges
1934-1959
Lobo
  • 1935

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