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Jesse and Leo of TV sitcoms

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Jesse and Leo of TV sitcoms : UNCLES
“Uncle Jesse” is the character Jesse L. Duke from the eighties sitcom “The Dukes of Hazzard”. Uncle Jesse appeared in every episode of the show, and was played by Denver Pyle, the actor who is also famous for playing Briscoe Darling on “The Andy Griffith Show”.

On the sitcom “Seinfeld”, Jerry’s eccentric maternal uncle is Leo, played by actor Len Lesser. Lesser acted in movies and television for many years, alongside some of the greats of stage and screen. He was fond of telling a marvelous story about acting in the 1973 film “Papillon” starring Steve McQueen and Dustin Hoffman. In his role as a prison guard, Lesser was required to shove McQueen, but McQueen didn’t think that Lesser was pushing him roughly enough. He turned to Lesser and told him “Don’t think of me as a movie star. Think of me as a character in a show”, encouraging him to be more aggressive. When McQueen walked away, Hoffman was left standing there beside Lesser. He paused and quietly said to Lesser, “Think of me as a movie star …”

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