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 |
18 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)
Did You Know?
Crazy humor was always my type of humor, but it's the quiet kind of craziness I like. The rough type of nut humor like The Marx Brothers
I could never go for.
Stan's famous hairstyle was created by accident. He and Babe had shaved their heads to play convicts in The Second 100 Years
(1927), and it grew back very unevenly and refused to stay down. Others on the Roach lot laughed, so Stan began to cultivate the new look. Offscreen, he combed it straight back, as did Oliver Hardy
Wide, "hanger-in-my-mouth" smile, spiky hair sported in all of his films, and of course, the "whiny face" for which he is famous.