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Leo Carrillo (1881–1961)

Leo Carrillo was born on August 6, 1881 in Los Angeles, California, USA. He was an actor, known for The Cisco Kid (1950), Viva Villa! (1934) and Phantom of the Opera (1943). He was married to Edith Haeselbarth. He died on September 10, 1961 in Santa Monica, California. See full bio »

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 1958 The Red Skelton Hour (TV Series)
Latin American Dictator
- Calypso Clem (1958) ... Latin American Dictator
 1958 Men of Annapolis (TV Series)
- Rescue at Sea (1958)
 1950-2014 The Cisco Kid (TV Series)
Pancho / Pierre La Fitte / Pancho posing as Organ Grinder
- Tangled Trails (1956) ... Pancho
- West of the Law (1956) ... Pancho
 1947 The Fugitive
A Chief of Police
 1945 Mexicana
Esteban Guzman
 1945 Under Western Skies
King Carlos Randall
 1944 Bowery to Broadway
P.J. Fenton
 1944 Moonlight and Cactus
Pasqualito Luigi
 1944 Gypsy Wildcat
Anube
 1943 Crazy House
Leo Carrillo
 1943 Larceny with Music
Gus Borelli
 1943 Phantom of the Opera
Signor Ferretti
 1943 Frontier Badmen
Chinito Galvez
 1943 Follow the Band
Leo Carrillo
 1942 American Empire
Dominique Beauchard
 1942 Sin Town
Angelo Collina
 1942 Timber!
Quebec
 1942 Men of Texas
Sam Sawyer
 1942 Top Sergeant
Frenchy Devereaux
 1942 Danger in the Pacific
Leo Marzell
 1942 Unseen Enemy
Nick Rand
 1942 What's Cookin'?
Marvo the Great
 1941 Honolulu Lu
Don Estaban Cordoba
 1941 The Kid from Kansas
Juan Garcia Pancho
 1941 Riders of Death Valley
Pancho Lopez
 1941 Tight Shoes
Amalfi
 1941 Barnacle Bill
Pico Rodriguez
 1940 One Night in the Tropics
Senor Escobar
 1940 Wyoming
Pete Marillo
 1940 Lillian Russell
Tony Pastor
 1940 20 Mule Team
Piute Pete
 1939 Rio
Roberto
 1939 Chicken Wagon Family
Jean Paul Batiste Fippany
 1939 The Girl and the Gambler
El Rayo, aka Don José Maria Lopez y Tostado
 1939 Society Lawyer
Tony Gazotti
 1939 The Arizona Wildcat
Manuel Hernandez
 1939 Fisherman's Wharf
Carlo Roma
 1938 Flirting with Fate
Sancho Ramirez
 1938 Too Hot to Handle
Joselito
 1938 City Streets
Joe Carmine
 1938 Blockade
Luis
 1938 The Girl of the Golden West
'Mosquito'
 1938 Little Miss Roughneck
Pascual Orozco
 1937 Manhattan Merry-Go-Round
Tony Gordoni
 1937 The Barrier
Poleon Doret
 1937 52nd Street
Fiorello Zamarelli
 1937 Hotel Haywire
Dr. Zodiac Z. Zippe
 1937 I Promise to Pay
Richard Farra
 1937 History Is Made at Night
Cesare
 1936 The Gay Desperado
Pablo Braganza
 1936 Moonlight Murder
Gino D'Acosta
 1936 It Had to Happen
Giuseppe Badjagaloupe
 1935 If You Could Only Cook
Mike Rossini
 1935 Love Me Forever
Steve Corelli
 1935 In Caliente
Jose Gomez
 1935 The Winning Ticket
Joe Tomasello
 1934 The Band Plays On
Angelo
 1934 The Gay Bride
Mickey 'The Greek' Mikapopoulis
 1934 Viva Villa!
Sierra
 1934 Four Frightened People
Montague
 1933 Before Morning
Dr. Gruelle
 1933 Moonlight and Pretzels
Nick Pappacropolis (as Leo Carillo)
 1933 Obey the Law
Tony Pasqual
 1933 Racetrack
Joe Tomasso
 1933 Parachute Jumper
Kurt Weber
 1932 Second Fiddle
 1932 Men Are Such Fools
Tony Mello
 1932 Deception
Jim Hurley
 1932 The Broken Wing
Capt. Innocencio Dos S
 1932 Girl of the Rio
Don Jose Tostado
 1931 The Guilty Generation
Mike Palmero
 1931 Lasca of the Rio Grande
Jose Santa Cruz
 1931 Homicide Squad
Big Louie Grenado
 1931 Hell Bound
Nick Cotrelli
 1929 Mister Antonio
Antonio Camaradino
 1928 Hellgate of Soissons (Short)
 1928 The Foreigner (Short)
 1927 At the Ball Game (Short)
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Stage Play: Magnolia. Comedy. Written by Booth Tarkington. Directed by Ira Hards. Liberty Theatre: 27 Aug 1923- Oct 1923 (closing date unknown/40 performances). Cast: James Bradbury (as "Joe Patterson"), Martha Bryan-Allen (as "Lucy"), Leo Carrillo (as "Tom"), Barrington Carter (as "Rumbo"), John Harrington (as "Blackie"), J.K. Hutchinson ... See more »

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Alternate Names:

Leo Carillo

Height:

5' 10" (1.78 m)
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Having studied at Loyola University in Los Angeles, he obtained an engineering job with the Southern Pacific Railroad. He drew cartoons in his spare time, and, after taking an art course, was signed on as a cartoonist by the San Francisco Examiner. His skills as a mimic then prompted colleagues to suggest that he try his hand at show business. His first appeared on the Keith-Orpheum circuit in ... See more »

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