Actor. A British character actor with a long career, Leonard Mudie made his film debut in 1921 and his final appearance in 1965, shortly before his death. In between, he appeared in nearly 150 films, including "The Adventures of Robin Hood" (1938), "Limelight" (1952), "Lost Horizon" (1937), "Top Hat" (1935), "Shall We Dance" (1937), "Captain Blood" (1935) and "The Mummy" (1932). He also appeared in four episodes of the "Adventures of Superman" TV series in the 1950s, playing an assortment of characters. Mudie came to the United States and first appeared on Broadway in 1914, and he often returned to the Broadway stage between film performances. In his later years, he made regular appearances on television, including "Sea Hunt" and "The Untouchables." His final acting appearance was in the pilot episode of the original "Star Trek" television series.
Bio by: Mark Masek