Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by Texastoyz, Feb 16, 2011.
RIP. I loved his "Uncle Leo".
I guess instead of "Hello!" this is "Goodbye"
R.I.P. Uncle Leo
RIP Uncle Leo
Casted perfectly in Seinfeld....RIP
My wife and I were just discussing him the other night. He had a great role in Everybody Loves Raymond, too. RIP
I liked this guy. God Bless.
Actually saw one of my favorite episodes with him the other night. RIP. Great character actor.
Never really watched Seinfeld, but remember him from Raymond. He was a handful. RIP
What movie is that from where he is in the army uniform?
R.I.P. Uncle Leo.
"Take the pen!"
I believe it's from "Kelly's Heroes"
Brentanos bookstores, "Swarm!", and "I'm old, Jerry" made for a classic
JERRY: Leo, I saw you in Brentano's yesterday.
LEO: Why didn't ya say hello?
JERRY: Because you were too busy stealing a book.
LEO: You still say hello.
What a great character actor. RIP.
He was also in "Monkees In A Ghost Town" in the mid-1960s, where he played "George" in a nod to Steinbeck's "Of Mice And Men".
Rip Len, mainly remember him from Seinfeld.
Quite a resume he had, from The Monkees and Get Smart to Bonanza and Kojak to Seinfeld and Mad About You.
His career goes all the way back to 1949- Studio One. RIP Len.
absolutely loved him on Seinfeld. RIP
Not Uncle Leo. Len was perfect as Uncle Leo and as I seem to remember that when Uncle Leo first appeared on Seinfeld, he was liked by Jerry, but as time went on and we saw how much trouble he became, he started getting greeted by Jerry, in that slightly, why did I have to run into you, type of tone of, "Oh, hello Uncle Leo".
Thanks for the laughs, Len.... or should I say Leo.
That was Jack Klompus (from Jerry's parents' Florida condo development), not Uncle Leo.
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