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Leslie Shenkel

Moved from Brooklyn at age 9 to Hewlett, NY. Graduated Hewlett High School in 1962. Got hooked on Theatre at Hewlett. Attended Rider College in Trenton, NJ 1962-1965. Many plays and was picked to play Evil Eye Fleagle in Li'l Abner in a USO tour of US Army bases in France 1963. Moved into New York City after college. Left acting at age 28, couldn't ... See full bio »
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 2009 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (TV Series)
Old Man
- Hardwired (2009) ... Old Man
 2009 An Englishman in New York
Audience Member # 4
 2006 The Wedding Album (TV Movie)
Rabbi (as Les Shenkel)
 2005 Law & Order (TV Series)
First Jewish Man
- Bible Story (2005) ... First Jewish Man
 2002 Unfaithful
Uncle Les
 2001 100 Centre Street (TV Series)
- Daughters (2001)
 1999 My X-Girlfriend's Wedding Reception
Irving Wienstein (as Les Shenkel)
 1998 It All Came True
Man in Bookstore
 1998 Celebrity
Manhattan Moods Assistant Director
 1991 The Boy Who Cried Bitch
Eddie's Father (as Les Shenkel)
 1988 Bum Rap
Fred (as Les Shenkel)
 1987 Cat & Mousse (TV Short)
Leonard (as Les Shenkel)
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 2009 Imps*
Inventor Caveman (segment "Headache") (as Les Shenkel)

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