Leo Pierson was an American film actor who was active during Hollywood's silent era. He was married to director and screenwriter Ruth Ann Baldwin. Leo was born in Abilene, Kansas, to Charles Pierson and his wife, Maude; Charles was an immigrant from Sweden. Later on, he moved to Los Angeles and attended St. Vincent's College, where he began appearing in stage plays and graduated in 1907.His first known film role was in the 1911 short The Profligate. He acted in dozens of films from 1911 through 1919, the year he appears to have changed gears and focused on his work as a production manager.He married screenwriter and director Ruth Ann Baldwin on February 19, 1917, the same year he appeared in her Universal films A Wife on Trial and '49-'17.
Deathday1943-10-02 (54 years old)
Place of birthAbilene, United States of America
CitizenshipsUnited States of America
Also known asLeo Olof Pierson, Leo O. Pierson, L. O. Pierson
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