Mr. Stan Laurel / Mrs. Sandy Hardy
Stan Sr. / Stanley Jr.
Stan / his twin
Magnus Dippytack / Basil Dippytack, his son
Stanley (as Stanley Laurel)
Nuts in May
Mental Patient (as Stan Jefferson)
He appeared in Sleeping Beauty at Oldham Coliseum.
1 Biographical Movie |
24 Print Biographies |
20 Portrayals |
1 Interview |
18 Articles |
3 Pictorials |
5 Magazine Cover Photos |
Laurel & Hardy | Stan Jefferson | Mr. Laurel | Stanley Laurel | Laurel
5' 8" (1.73 m)
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[about the trip he and Oliver Hardy
] took to Ireland in 1953] The love and affection we found that day at Cobh was simply unbelievable. There were hundreds of boats blowing whistles and mobs and mobs of people screaming on the docks. We just couldn't understand what it was all about. And then something happened that I can never forget. All the church bells in Cobh started to ring out our theme ...
As Arthur Stanley Jefferson, he joined Levy and Cardwell's Juvenile Pantomime Company as an assistant stage manager. By 1907 he had been promoted to actor. In a production of The Sleeping Beauty, he was promoted from supporting actor to be the featured comedian. The production included Wee Georgie Wood
, who was 12.
Completely vacant stare into the camera, accentuated by white pancake makeup.