William Leslie

William Leslie was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Leslie began his acting career appearing in various films, such as "Forever Female" (1953), "Johnny Dark" (1954) and the Jane Wyman dramatic ... Read more »
Born: 03/27/1928

Filmography

Actor (17)

Daylight Robbery 2008 (Movie)

Football Commentator (Actor)

The Couch 1961 (Movie)

Lindsay (Actor)

The Horse Soldiers 1959 (Movie)

Major Richard Gray (Actor)

Andy Hardy Comes Home 1958 (Movie)

Jack Bailey (Actor)

Buchanan Rides Alone 1958 (Movie)

Roy Agry (Actor)

Cowboy 1958 (Movie)

Tucker (Actor)

The Last Hurrah 1958 (Movie)

Dan Herlihy (Actor)

The Lineup 1958 (Movie)

Larry Warner (Actor)

Up Periscope 1958 (Movie)

Doherty (Actor)

Hellcats of the Navy 1957 (Movie)

Lieutenant Paul Prentice (Actor)

Operation Mad Ball 1957 (Movie)

Private Grimes (Actor)

Bring Your Smile Along 1955 (Movie)

David Parker (Actor)

Queen Bee 1955 (Movie)

Ty McKinnon (Actor)

The Long Gray Line 1955 (Movie)

Red Sundstrom (Actor)

Johnny Dark 1954 (Movie)

Phil Clark (Actor)

Magnificent Obsession 1954 (Movie)

Customer (Actor)

Forever Female 1953 (Movie)

Bill (Actor)
Engineering, Electrical, & Grips (1)

Basic Instinct 1992 (Movie)

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Biography

William Leslie was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Leslie began his acting career appearing in various films, such as "Forever Female" (1953), "Johnny Dark" (1954) and the Jane Wyman dramatic adaptation "Magnificent Obsession" (1954). He also appeared in the Frankie Laine musical "Bring Your Smile Along" (1955), the dramatic adaptation "Queen Bee" (1955) with Joan Crawford and "The Long Gray Line" (1955). His film career continued throughout the fifties in productions like the Ronald Reagan dramatic adaptation "Hellcats of the Navy" (1957), the Jack Lemmon comedy adaptation "Operation Mad Ball" (1957) and the Mickey Rooney comedic drama "Andy Hardy Comes Home" (1958). He also appeared in the adaptation "Buchanan Rides Alone" (1958) with Randolph Scott, "Cowboy" (1958) with Glenn Ford and "The Last Hurrah" (1958) with Spencer Tracy. During the latter part of his career, he tackled roles in the crime picture "The Lineup" (1958) with Eli Wallach, the John Wayne action movie "The Horse Soldiers" (1959) and the adaptation "Up Periscope" (1959) with James Garner. He also appeared in the crime feature "The Couch" (1962) with William Kuehl. Most recently, Leslie acted in "Daylight Robbery" (2011) with Geoff Bell.

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