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Leslie Howard (I) (1893–1943)


Leslie Howard Stainer was born in London, to Lilian (Blumberg) and Ferdinand "Frank" Steiner. His father was a Hungarian Jewish immigrant, and his English mother was of German Jewish, and mostly English, descent. Leslie went to Dulwich College. After school, he worked as a bank clerk until the outbreak of World War I, when he went into the army. ... See full bio »

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(age 50) in Bay of Biscay

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Nominated for 2 Oscars. Another 3 wins & 1 nomination. See more awards »

Known For

Gone with the Wind
Gone with the Wind Ashley - His Son
(1939)
Pygmalion
Pygmalion Higgins
(1938)
The Petrified Forest
The Petrified Forest Alan Squier
(1936)
Of Human Bondage
Of Human Bondage Philip Carey
(1934)

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 1943 The Gentle Sex
'Observations of a Mere Man' spoken by / Narrator (voice)
 1942 In Which We Serve
Narrator (voice, uncredited)
 1942 Spitfire
R.J. Mitchell
 1941 49th Parallel
Philip Armstrong Scott
 1941 'Pimpernel' Smith
Professor Horatio Smith
 1940 Common Heritage (Short)
Narrator (voice)
 1939 Gone with the Wind
Ashley - His Son
 1939 Intermezzo: A Love Story
Holger Brandt
 1938 Pygmalion
Higgins
 1937 Stand-In
Atterbury Dodd
 1937 It's Love I'm After
Basil Underwood
 1936 Romeo and Juliet
Romeo - Son to Montague
 1936 The Petrified Forest
Alan Squier
 1934 The Scarlet Pimpernel
Sir Percy Blakeney
 1934 British Agent
Stephen Locke
 1934 The Lady Is Willing
Albert Latour (as Mr. Leslie Howard)
 1934 Of Human Bondage
Philip Carey
 1933 Berkeley Square
Peter Standish
 1933 Captured!
Capt. Fred Allison
 1933 Secrets
John Carlton
 1932 The Animal Kingdom
Thomas 'Tom' Collier
 1932 Smilin' Through
Sir John Carteret
 1932 Reserved for Ladies
Max Tracey
 1931 Devotion
Trent
 1931 Five and Ten
Berry Rhodes
 1931 A Free Soul
Dwight Winthrop
 1930 Outward Bound
Tom Prior
 1920 Bookworms (Short)
Richard
 1920 Five Pounds Reward (Short)
Tony Marchmont
 1919 The Lackey and the Lady
Tony Dunciman
 1917 The Happy Warrior
Rollo
 1914 The Heroine of Mons (Short)
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Other Works:

(1932 Stage: Appeared (as "Tom Collier") in / co-produced (w/Gilbert Miller, who also directed) "The Animal Kingdom" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Philip Barry. Broadhurst Theatre: 12 Jan 1932-Jun 19 (closing date unknown/183 performances). Cast: Lora Baxter (as "Cecelia Henry"), Ilka Chase (as "Grace Macomber"), Frederick ... See more »

Publicity Listings:

5 Print Biographies | 4 Portrayals | 6 Articles | 1 Pictorial | 2 Magazine Cover Photos | See more »

Alternate Names:

Mr. Leslie Howard | A Passer-By

Height:

5' 10½" (1.79 m)
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Personal Quote:

[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 ... See more »

Trivia:

In 1934, he accepted the Oscar for "Best Actor in a Leading Role" on behalf of Charles Laughton, who was not present at the awards ceremony. See more »

Star Sign:

Aries

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