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First Name
Leo

Last Name
Carroll

Middle Name
G.

Died
1972-10-16

Gender
Male

Birthday
1886-10-25

Zodiac Sign
Scorpio

Height
70

Age
85

Full Name at Birth
Leo Gratten Carroll

Birthplace
Weedon, England, UK

Nationality
British

Occupation Text
Actor

Claim to Fame
North by Northwest, Topper, The Man From UNCLE

Build
Average

Hair Color
Salt and Pepper

Ethnicity
White

Place of Death
Hollywood, California, USA

Wikipedia Text

Leo Gratten Carroll (25 October 1886 – 16 October 1972) was an English actor. He was best known for his roles in several Hitchcock films, and in three television series, Topper, Going My Way, and The Man from U.N.C.L.E..


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Film Role
Actor/Actress

Has Detailed Data (New)
1

Year(s) Active
1912–68

Dating Profile AutoText
Leo G. Carroll died on 16th October, 1972. His last relationship was with Edith Nancy De Silva.

During his life he dated Edith Nancy De Silva from 1926 to 1972.

Profile Bio Text
One of the most indispensable of character actors, Leo G. Carroll was already involved in the business of acting as a schoolboy in Gilbert & Sullivan productions. Aged 16, he portrayed an old man in 'Liberty Hall'. In spite of the fact, that he came from a military family, and , perhaps, because of his experience during World War I, he decided against a military career in order to pursue his love of the theatre. In 1911, he had been a stage manager/actor in 'Rutherford and Son' and the following year took this play to America. Twelve years later, Leo took up permanent residence in the United States. His first performance on Broadway was in 'Havoc' (1924) with Claud Allister, followed by Noël Coward's 'The Vortex' (1925, as Paunceford Quentin). Among his subsequent successes on the stage were 'The Green Bay Tree' (1933) as Laurence Olivier's manservant, 'Angel Street' (aka 'Gaslight',1941) as Inspector Rough, and the 'The Late George Apley' (title role). The latter, a satire on Boston society, opened in November 1944 and closed almost exactly a year later. A reviewer for the New York times, Lewis Nichols, wrote "His performance is a wonderful one. The part of Apley easily could become caricature but Mr.Carroll will have none of that. He plays the role honestly and softly." The play was filmed in 1947, with Ronald Colman in the lead role. Leo's film career began in 1934. He was cast, to begin with, in smallish parts. Sometimes they were prestige 'A pictures', usually period dramas, such as The Barretts of Wimpole Street (1934) and Wuthering Heights (1939). Leo was a consummate method actor who truly 'lived' the parts he played, and, as a prominent member of Hollywood's British colony, attracted the attention of Alfred Hitchcock. Indeed, the famous director liked him so much, that he preferred him to any American actor to play the part of a U.S. senator in Strangers on a Train (1951). A scene stealer even in supporting roles, Leo G. Carroll lent a measure of 'gravitas' to most of his performances, point in case that of the homicidal Dr. Murchison in Spellbound (1945) (relatively little screen time, but much impact !) and the professor in North by Northwest (1959). On the small screen, Leo lent his dignified, urbane presence and dry wit to the characters of Cosmo Topper and Alexander Waverly, spymaster and boss of Napoleon Solo and Ilya Kuryakin in The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (1964), the part for which he is chiefly remembered. Leo G. Carroll appeared in over 300 plays during his career and the stage remained his preferred medium. He once remarked "It's brought me much pleasure of the mind and heart. I owe the theatre a great deal. It owes me nothing" (NY Times, October 19,1972).

Couple Profile Source
www.imdb.com/name/nm0001991/

Religion
Roman Catholic

Cause of Death
Cancer-induced pneumonia

Official Websites
www.nndb.com/people/721/000080481/, www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=5816686

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