Leslie - Fictional Characters

Fictional Characters

  • Leslie Burke, one of the protagonists of the Katherine Paterson novel Bridge to Terabithia
  • Leslie Lynnton, the socialite played by Elizabeth Taylor in the 1956 film Giant
  • Lieutenant Leslie, a character from Star Trek, played by Eddie Paskey
  • Leslie Jake Ryan (Hannah Montana), a recurring character on the Disney Channel program Hannah Montana, played by Cody Linley
  • Leslie Chow, Chinese character in The Hangover
  • The Great Leslie, a character played by Tony Curtis in the 1965 film The Great Race

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