No. 26 in a series of 50 by Player's Navy Cut Cigarettes
Leslie Howard was born in London on April 24th, 1893, and on leaving Dulwich College, worked as a bank clerk. He served with the 10th Hussars until he was invalided out of the army in 1917, and then turned to the stage. While appearing in America, he accepted the leading role in the film version of Outward Bound. Later films include Service for Ladies (which he made in England), Smilin' Through, Berkeley Square, Of Human Bondage, British Agent and The Scarlet Pimpernel. His real name is Stainer; he is married and has a son and daughter.