Famous People Named Leo
Take a look at famous people named Leo, such as Leo McCarey, St Leo I, and Leo Durocher.
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profile name: Leo Tolstoy profile occupation: Author
profile id: 9282277
profile name: Leo Durocher profile occupation: Baseball Player, Coach
profile id: 9500919
profile name: Leo Szilard profile occupation: Physicist
profile id: 9379328
profile name: St Leo I profile occupation: Pope, Saint
profile id: 37937
profile name: Leo McCarey profile occupation: Director
profile id: 9496978
profile name: Leo Strauss profile occupation: Scholar, Political Scientist, Academic Author
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