Leslie Howard

Leslie Howard
1893 - 1943

Leslie Howard  English Actor

Leslie Howard (3 April 1893 – 1 June 1943) was an English stage and film actor, director, and producer. Probably best remembered for playing Ashley Wilkes in Gone with the Wind (1939), he also appeared in Berkeley Square (1933), Of Human Bondage...

Confirmed Relationships4
Longest Relationship27 yrs
Shortest Relationship12 mths
Average Relationship Length8 yrs, 2 mths
Rumored Relationships7
First Name Leslie
Middle Name Howard
Last Name Steiner
Full Name at Birth Leslie Howard Steiner
Alternative Name Leslie Howard, Leslie Howard Stainer
Age 50 (age at death) years
Birthday 3rd April, 1893
Birthplace Forest Hill, London, England, United Kingdom
Died 1st June, 1943
Place of Death At The Sea Over Bay Of Biscay
Cause of Death Casualty Of War
Height 5' 10½" (179 cm)
Build Average
Eye Color Blue
Hair Color Brown - Light
Distinctive Feature He Was Inducted Into The American Theatre Hall Of Fame, Minerva Films Founder, Jewish And Hungarian Descent
Zodiac Sign Aries
Sexuality Straight
Religion Other
Ethnicity White
Nationality English
High School Alleyn's School, Dulwich, London, England, UK, Dulwich College, Dulwich, London, England, UK
Occupation Text Actor, Director, Producer
Occupation Actor
Claim to Fame The Green Hat
Year(s) Active 1917–1943
Clothes Size 8
Shoe Size 11
Official Websites www.imdb.com/name/nm0001366/, www.tcm.com/tcmdb/person/89646%7C98218/Leslie-Howard/
Father Ferdinand Steiner
Mother Lilian Blumberg
Brother Jimmy Howard, Arthur Howard
Sister Doris Stainer, Irene Howard
Family Member Ronald Howard (son), Leslie Ruth Howard (daughter), Alan Howard (nephew)
Friend Humphrey Bogart (Bogie named his daughter after Leslie), David Niven, William Gargan, Adrian Brunel
Pets Whimsey (dog), Jimmie (dog), Demi-Tash (polo pony), Snip (polo pony), Betty (polo pony)
Favorite Places Paris, Los Angeles, New York City, London, Westcott, Surrey
Favorite Accessories Scarfs, Hats
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Partner Comparison

NameAgeZodiacOccupationNationality
Leslie Howard50 AriesActor
English
Violette Cunnington32 AriesActress
French
Marlene Dietrich90 CapricornActress
German
Merle Oberon68 AquariusActress
Indian
Katharine Hepburn96 TaurusActress
American
Mary Pickford87 AriesActress
Canadian
Myrna Loy88 LeoActress
American
Marion Davies64 CapricornActress
American
Conchita Montenegro95 VirgoActress
Spanish
Tallulah Bankhead66 AquariusActress
American
Ruth Martin-
English
Helen Deutsch85 AriesScreenwriter
American
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Children

NameGenderBornAge
Ronald
Male
Leslie Ruth
Female

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Filmography

FilmYearCharacterType
The Gentle Sex1943'Observations of a Mere Man' spoken by, Narrator (voice)Movie
In Which We Serve1942Voice (uncredited)Movie
Spitfire1942R.J. MitchellMovie
'Pimpernel' Smith1941Professor Horatio SmithMovie
49th Parallel1941Philip Armstrong ScottMovie
Common Heritage1940Narrator (voice)Short Film
Gone with the Wind1939Ashley - His SonMovie
Intermezzo: A Love Story1939Holger BrandtMovie
Pygmalion1938Professor Henry HigginsMovie
It's Love I'm After1937BasilMovie
Stand-In1937Atterbury DoddMovie
Romeo and Juliet1936Romeo - Son to MontagueMovie
The Petrified Forest1936Alan SquierMovie
British Agent1934Stephen 'Steve' LockeMovie
Of Human Bondage1934PhilipMovie
The Scarlet Pimpernel1934Sir Percy BlakeneyMovie
The Lady Is Willing1934Albert LatourMovie
Berkeley Square1933Peter StandishMovie
Captured!1933Captain Fred AllisonMovie
Secrets1933John CarltonMovie
Smilin' Through1932Sir John CarteretMovie
The Animal Kingdom1932Thomas 'Tom' CollierMovie
Reserved for Ladies1932Max TraceyMovie
A Free Soul1931Dwight WinthropMovie
Devotion1931TrentMovie
Five and Ten1931Berry RhodesMovie
Never the Twain Shall Meet1931DanMovie
Outward Bound1930Tom PriorMovie
Bookworms1920RichardMovie
Five Pounds Reward1920Tony MarchmontMovie
The Lackey and the Lady1919Tony DuncimanMovie
The Happy Warrior1917RolloMovie
The Heroine of Mons1914Short Film
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Giulietta48Mar 20, 2012

I simply love him since I was ten years old

SilverbluestarFeb 26, 2011

The epitome of the true British gentleman and a wonderful actor - I absolutely love Leslie Howard!

VioletaJul 15, 2010

Que los angeles iluminen tus sueos en el cielo y en el fondo del mar las caracolas te susurren mi cancion,hasta que nos volvamos a encontrar.Buenas noches dulce principe.

YolandaJul 14, 2010

Saludos a todos desde Espaa.Soy una admiradora incondicional de Leslie Howard,uno de los actores mas guapos y elegantes del cine.Me tiene completamente fascinada y hechizada.Dios te bendiga Leslie.

alohagalJun 17, 2010

Leslie did insist that Bogey play the part of Mantee, if not, then he would not play Alan. Great movie!

alohagalJun 17, 2010

I love Leslie Howard. He was a nice looking man, and a very good actor.

Maria GraziaDec 9, 2009

I agree witn the GingerOnMars comment. Leslie wanted Bogie fot that part and that`s why Bogie called his daughter Leslie

MariaSep 4, 2009

Perhaps sombody can help me clear up a mystery. Several years after the death of Leslie Howard, probably in 1951, my grandmother and my mother made a strange encounter on the beach of Alassio on the Italian Riviera. They met a gentleman in every respect equal to actor Leslie Howard. This gentleman spoke a little Italian and had a brief conversation with the two ladies. My mother and my grandmother did not see him anymore and were never able to know who that mysterious man could be. That was especially exciting for my grandmother who had been a big fan of the died actor. Does anybody know if Leslie Howard had a double? Thanks for the help you can give me.

GingerOnMarsFeb 16, 2008

I`m not allowed to edit the biography section of this page, but I`d like to say to anyone interested: It wasn`t Bogie who helped Leslie get the part in The Petrified Forest; It was Leslie who insisted Bogie be case, stating `No Bogart, No Howard`. Leslie was a lot more famous than Bogie at that time (1936).


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