Stan Laurel

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Noun1.Stan Laurel - United States slapstick comedian (born in England) who played the scatterbrained and often tearful member of the Laurel and Hardy duo who made many films (1890-1965)
Laurel and Hardy - United States slapstick comedy duo who made many films together
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| 1890: Stan Laurel, of the Laurel and Hardy comedy duo, was born in Ulverston, Lancashire (now Cumbria), as Arthur Stanley Jefferson. | 1930: Mixed bathing was first allowed in the Serpentine in London's Hyde Park.
The Shaw family were from Dewsbury and up until the last few years it was said that Stan - real name Arthur Stanley Jefferson - had more surviving relatives in Dewsbury than anywhere else in the world.
Stan Laurel, whose real name was Arthur Stanley Jefferson, was just 19 months older than Hardy, the man he knew as 'Babe'.
1890: Stan Laurel (below), of the Laurel and Hardy comedy duo, was born in Ulverston, Lancashire (now Cumbria), as Arthur Stanley Jefferson.
Hollywood legend Stan Laurel was born Arthur Stanley Jefferson in Ulverston, Cumbria in June, 1890 and, shortly after, his parents moved to North Shields.
By what name was actor Arthur Stanley Jefferson better known?
Scott, by email AHe was born Arthur Stanley Jefferson in Ulverston, now Cumbria, in 1890.
"However, in the early 70s my grandfather who started the museum got hold of a birth certificate which proved that Stan Laurel, who was born Arthur Stanley Jefferson, was born in Ulvesrston," he said.
1890: Stan Laurel, of the Laurel and Hardy comedy duo, was born in Ulverston, Lancashire (now Cumbria), as Arthur Stanley Jefferson. 1904: The novel Ulysses by James Joyce takes place on this day, now celebrated in Dublin where the novel is set - as Bloomsday, after the leading character Leopold Bloom.
Laurel was born Arthur Stanley Jefferson in Ulverston's Argyll Street in June 1890 and remained there until he moved to North Shields, Tyneside, at the age of seven.
Laurel was born Arthur Stanley Jefferson in Ulverston in June 1890 and lived there until he was seven.
OLIVER HARDY'S partner was born Arthur Stanley Jefferson in Ulverston, Lancashire, in 1890.