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Baby LeRoy (1932–2001)

Baby LeRoy was born on May 12, 1932 in Los Angeles, California, USA as Ronald Le Roy Overacker. He was an actor, known for It's a Gift (1934), The Old Fashioned Way (1934) and Tillie and Gus (1933). He died on July 28, 2001 in Van Nuys, California. See full bio »

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 1935 It's a Great Life
 1934 It's a Gift
Baby Dunk
 1934 The Lemon Drop Kid
Wally Jr.
 1934 The Old Fashioned Way
Albert Pepperday
 1934 Miss Fane's Baby Is Stolen
Michael Fane
 1933 Alice in Wonderland
Joker (as Baby Le Roy)
 1933 Tillie and Gus
The 'King'
 1933 Torch Singer
Bobby, Dora's Baby at 1 Year (as Baby Le Roy)
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 1957 To Tell the Truth (TV Series)
- Episode dated 15 October 1957 (1957) ... Himself
- Episode dated 2 July 1957 (1957) ... Himself
 1937 Cinema Circus (Short)
 1935 Starlit Days at the Lido (Short)
 1934 Hollywood on Parade No. B-13 (Short)
 1934 Hollywood on Parade No. B-6 (Short)
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 1986 W.C. Fields: Straight Up (TV Movie documentary)
Himself - 1956 (as Baby 'Leroy' Overacker)
 1982 Hollywood: The Gift of Laughter (TV Movie documentary)
Actor 'The Old-Fashioned Way' (uncredited)
 1965 Hollywood My Home Town (Documentary)

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Alternate Names:

Baby Le Roy | Baby 'Leroy' Overacker

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At age 8, Baby LeRoy landed the lead role in Paramount's The Biscuit Eater (1940). This was to be his comeback film, after a two year absence from the big screen, when he last appeared, at age 6, in a bit part as himself in the comedy short, "Cinema Circus". He began filming the opening scene of The Biscuit Eater (1940) in October, 1939. The scene called for Baby LeRoy to swing across a lake ... See more »

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