Nominated for 2 Oscars.
Another 3 wins & 1 nomination.
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Appeared (as "Hon. Williiam Tatham") in "Aren't We All?" on Broadway. Romantic comedy. Written by Frederick Lonsdale
. Directed by Hugh Ford
. Gaiety Theatre: 21 May 1923-Jun 1923 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: Harry Ashford (as "Rev. Ernest Lynton"), Roberta Beatty (as "Kitty Lake"), F. Gatenby Bell (as "Roberts")...
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A Passer-By | A Leslie Howard Production
5' 10½" (1.79 m)
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[July 1932 interview with Schenectady Gazette regarding persistent rumors of leaving film] Statements derogatory to talkies credited to me are absurd. I like movies and their potentialities. I think Hollywood is making definite strides forward when it produces a 'Grand Hotel' and a 'Strange Interlude'. The sole argument I have had with the producers concerned my own parts. I make my living by ...
Leslie first began writing when he was at Mr Bolland's prep-school in Upper Norwood (England). One Christmas term a play was performed by the schoolboys at Mr Bolland's, written by Leslie -- in Latin, of all things -- at the age of thirteen.