Baby LeRoy Movies and Career Information

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May 12, 1932
Los Angeles
Baby LeRoy was a child actor who appeared in films in the 1930s. When he was sixteen months old, he became the youngest person ever put under term contract by a major studio. Born Ronald Le Roy Overacker in Los Angeles, California, Baby LeRoy's career began when he was less than a year old, co-starring with Maurice Chevalier in A Bedtime Story, and ended with a cameo role as himself in Cinema Circus. He is best known for his appearances in three W. C. Fields films: Tillie and Gus, The Old Fashioned Way and It's a Gift.

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