Leo White

Screenwriter | * 11/10/1873 († 74, 09/20/1948) | Graudenz, Kingdom of Prussia, German Empire [now Grudziadz, Kujawsko-Pomorskie, Poland]
Leo White (November 10, 1882 – September 20, 1948), Leo Weiss, was a German-born British-American film and stage actor who appeared as a character actor in many Charlie Chaplin films. ()

Leo White (born Leo Weiss) grew up in England and began his stage career there. In 1910 he came to the United States and the following year started Working in Silent films. Typically cast as a dapper continental villain or a nobleman, White frequently played uncredited bit parts and as a character actor in many Charlie Chaplin productions. Multiple online sites indicate that he was born in 1882. However his grave marker clearly presents birth year as having been 1873.

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Most frequent genres for this person: Comedies | Drama | Romance / Love

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Movies with Leo White as Actor(194)

as Hotel Tenant1949 Homicide
as Pedestrian Onlooker (uncredited)1949 The Fountainhead
as Drug Store Manager (uncredited)1948 So You Want to Be a Gambler
as Interior Decorator (uncredited)1947 Always Together
as Spectator Arriving at Courtroom1947 The Unfaithful
as Psychiatric Ward Doctor (uncredited)1947 So You're Going to Be a Father
as Sketch Artist Taking Tour / Gypsy (the latter a clip from "Gypsy Sweetheart", 1935) (uncredited)1947 Hollywood Wonderland
as Waiter at Brown Derby (uncredited)1947 So You Want to Be in Pictures
as News Hawker1946 Three Strangers
as Cigar Store Bookmaker (uncredited)1946 So You Want to Play the Horses
as Waiter1946 Devotion
as Cabbie1946 The Verdict
as Picasso Putschnik1945 The Big Show-Off
as Rival Barber (uncredited)1945 The Great American Mug
as Man in Phone Booth (uncredited)1944 Arsenic and Old Lace
as Henri's Assistant (uncredited)1944 Mr. Skeffington
as Graduation Photographer (Uncredited)1943 The Hard Way
as Whispering Agent1943 Background to Danger
as (archive footage)1943 Happy Times and Jolly Moments
as Headless Man1943 The Mysterious Doctor
as Her Husband1942 Bullet Scars
as Stage Manager (uncredited)1942 Vaudeville Days
as Emile - Waiter (uncredited)1942 Casablanca
as Waiter1942 Spy Ship
as Piano Player (uncredited)1942 Eatin' on the Cuff or The Moth Who Came to Dinner
as Headwaiter (uncredited)1942 Gentleman Jim
as Wedding Guest (uncredited)1941 Here Comes Happiness
as The Barber (uncredited)1941 Highway West
as Sidewalk Onlooker1941 Dangerously They Live
as Man in Saloon (uncredited)1940 A Fugitive from Justice
as Stagehand1940 An Angel from Texas
as First Man in Derby1940 Just a Cute Kid
as Pie Hurling Chef1940 Alex in Wonderland
as Dance Contest Observer (uncredited)1940 City for Conquest
as Man at Trial (uncredited)1940 The Letter
as Hynkel's Barber (uncredited)1940 The Great Dictator
as Actor in Show1940 No Time for Comedy
as Smiling Man to Whom Lee Sings1940 Torrid Zone
as Man in Sheriff's Office1939 Nancy Drew... Trouble Shooter
as Mechanic / Cleveland Spectator1939 Women in the Wind
as Make-Up Man (uncredited)1939 Quiet, Please
as Taxi Driver1939 Each Dawn I Die
as Headwaiter (uncredited)1939 Slapsie Maxie's
as Extra Watching Casino Fight1939 Code of the Secret Service
as Creditor with Mustache / Fight Crowd Extra1939 Kid Nightingale
as Extra in Courtroom1939 Naughty But Nice
as Prisoner1939 Blackmail
as Member of Ballet Troupe1939 On Your Toes
as Peanut Vendor1939 Daughters Courageous
as Guest at Wedding Reception (uncredited)1939 Four Wives
as Waiter (uncredited)1939 Torchy Blane in Chinatown
as Wrestling Match Spectator1939 Torchy Blane.. Playing with Dynamite
as Extra Leaving Courtroom1939 Private Detective
as Convict in Cell 363 (uncredited)1939 Smashing the Money Ring
as Nightclub Patron (uncredited)1939 The Roaring Twenties
as Newspaper Office Worker (uncredited)1939 Nancy Drew... Reporter
as Burnell Office Worker Stealing Cigars1938 The Daredevil Drivers
as Store Customer / Steeplechase Observer1938 Going Places
as Proprietor1938 Torchy Blane in Panama
as Man Commenting at Ambulance1938 He Couldn't Say No
as Padrinsky's Pianist (uncredited)1938 Gold Diggers in Paris
as Barber1937 Espionage
as Extra as Dancer1937 Blazing Sixes
as Jewelry Clerk1937 Her Husband's Secretary
as Tony Bronson - Barber1937 She Loved a Fireman
as Poker Player1937 Guns of the Pecos
as Mediator1937 Penrod and Sam
as Extra in Studio Lunchroom1937 Talent Scout
as Harvey - Shanley's Butler1937 Midnight Court
as Man in streetcar reading newspaper (uncredited)1937 The Go-Getter
as Waiter1937 Marked Woman
as Assistant Hairdresser1937 Tovarich
as Violinist (uncredited)1937 Mr. Dodd Takes the Air
as Flamingo Waiter1937 Men In Exile
as Ben - The Hot Dog Vendor (uncredited)1937 The Great O'Malley
as Hotel Bystander1937 The Devil's Saddle Legion
as Man in Courtroom (uncredited)1936 The Walking Dead
as Room Service Waiter1936 Satan Met a Lady
as Convict in Cell1936 Jailbreak
as Waiter (uncredited)1936 Bullets or Ballots
as Man Wearing Top Hat1936 The Singing Kid
as Extra Walking in Hallway at KLA1936 Here Comes Carter
as Juror1936 The Captain's Kid
as Card Dealer1936 Trailin' West
as Convict at Farm (uncredited)1936 Road Gang
as Party Guest1936 I Married a Doctor
as Frenchman1935 Keystone Hotel
as Man at Bar in Dempsey's1935 Stars Over Broadway
as Tailor1935 Dr. Socrates
as Haines, a Drunken Worker (uncredited)1935 Stranded
as Clerk Selling Perfume (uncredited)1935 Gold Diggers of 1935
as Taxi Driver (uncredited)1935 Front Page Woman
as Henri - Beauty Salon Owner (uncredited)1935 Broadway Hostess
as de Vinci's Friend1935 Broadway Gondolier
as Clothes Salesman1935 A Night at the Ritz
as Waiter (Uncredited)1934 Fog Over Frisco
as Leo - Waiter (uncredited)1934 The Thin Man
as Fight Fan1934 The Personality Kid
as Waiter1934 Gentlemen Are Born
as 2nd French Art Expert1934 Done in Oil
as New Year's Eve Reveler (Uncredited)1933 Only Yesterday
as Pierre (uncredited)1933 Lady for a Day
as Rena's Club Dance Director1933 The Devil's in Love
as Joe Weber1933 Broadway to Hollywood
as Percy, Audition Manager1933 Stage Mother
as Porter in Cuba (uncredited)1933 The Keyhole
as A Chef (uncredited)1933 Meet the Baron
as Card Player (Uncredited)1933 My Woman
as Chicago Hotel Clerk (uncredited)1933 The Kennel Murder Case
as Andre (uncredited)1933 Maids a la Mode
as Jeweller1932 Arsene Lupin
as Man in Elevator (uncredited)1932 Beauty and the Boss
as Reveler at Party (uncredited)1932 Rasputin and the Empress
as Waiter1932 Huddle
as Art Student (uncredited)1932 New Morals for Old
as Hotel Porter (uncredited)1932 Grand Hotel
as Thin Cook1931 Sweepstakes
as Party Guest (Uncredited)1931 This Modern Age
as Mr. Crownshield1930 The Florodora Girl
as Seaman1930 Way for a Sailor
as Señor Cortés1930 Along Came Youth
as Man at Bar (uncredited)1930 Anna Christie
as Oscar - the Chef1930 The Woman Racket
as Impressario's Assistant1930 Call of the Flesh
as Clyde Montmorency Wilpenny1929 Born to the Saddle
as Barber (uncredited)1927 Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans
as Beauty Expert1926 On the Front Page
as Tito1926 The Blonde Saint
as Valet1925 The Lady Who Lied
as Percy Potts1925 The Lost World
as Gang Member (uncredited)1925 Paths to Paradise
as Driver (uncredited)1924 Forbidden Paradise
as Casmir1924 The Goldfish
as Sir Humphrey Ware1924 A Lady of Quality
as Sir Percival Pembroke1924 Wolves of the North
as Herculeo1923 Why Worry?
as Morris1923 The Marriage Maker
as Antonio1922 Blood and Sand
as Prince Halbere1920 The Isle of Love
as Member of the Auto Thief's Gang1920 Don't Park Here
as The Milkman1920 Married to Order
as Bolsheviki Leader1919 Rolling Stone
as Monsieur Coco1919 The Flirts
as Manicurist (uncredited)1918 Amarilly of Clothes-Line Alley
as An Honest Crook1918 Bright and Early
as The Tough Kid1918 The Scholar
as Count1918 Triple Trouble
as The Prize Fighter1918 He's In Again
as The Greaser1918 The Stranger
as Rival Propreitor1917 The Candy Kid
as The Count1917 The Pest
as Rich Artist1917 Cupid's Rival
as Unknown role1917 The Villain
as Policeman (uncredited)1917 Easy Street
as Ham1917 The Chief Cook
as Mr. Fox1917 The Hobo
as Old Jew / Gypsy Woman (uncredited)1916 The Vagabond
as Fruitseller / Flop House Manager / Policeman1916 Police
as Elegant Customer1916 The Floorwalker
as Owner of Burning House1916 The Fireman
as Stagehand (uncredited)1916 Behind the Screen
as Count Broko1916 The Count
as Count Chloride de Lime, Edna's Suitor1915 A Jitney Elopement
as The Secret Lover1915 Work
as 'French' Dandy / Desk clerk1915 A Night Out
as Third Shanghaied Seaman1915 Shanghaied
as Actor, Hussar Officer1915 His New Job
as Clerk1915 The Bank
as Frenchman / Negro in Balcony1915 A Night in the Show
as The Count, Elegant Masher1915 In the Park
as Crooked gambler1915 The Champion
as Idler in the Park1915 A Woman
as A Civil Guard1915 A Burlesque on Carmen
as First Thief1915 The Tramp
as Cafe Patron (uncredited)1914 Leading Lizzie Astray
as Mr. Rich1914 Sweedie Learns to Swim

Movies with Leo White as Crew(3)

Directing/Director1918 Triple Trouble
Writing/Screenplay1918 Triple Trouble
Writing/Story1918 Triple Trouble

Full Name: Leo White
Born: Monday, 11/10 1873 (November) in Grudziądz
Died: Monday, 09/20 1948 (September) in Glendale (aged: 74)
Zodiac sign: Scorpio (Chinese zodiac sign: Rooster)
Other names for Leo White (nicknames, foreign languages etc.):
"Leo Herbert White"
"Лео Вайт"
"Leo White (Schauspieler)"
Leo White frequently works together with these people:
Charlie Chaplin (93x, Crew)
Paul Panzer (44x, Actor)
Jack Mower (40x, Actor)
Jack Wise (33x, Actor)
Cliff Saum (31x, Actor)
Stuart Holmes (30x, Actor)
Tom Wilson (29x, Actor)
Glen Cavender (29x, Actor)
Milton Kibbee (28x, Actor)
Sol Gorss (28x, Actor)
Jack L. Warner (28x, Crew)
WatchPlayStream ID: PEOPLE:490505, Added: 10/04/2018, Last updated: 11/29/2020