Leo De Lyon

Actor

Irving Levin, known professionally by his stage name of Leo De Lyon, is an actor known for his role as Spook and Brain in the prime time animated series Top Cat.

De Lyon made his debut as a stand-up comedian on Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts in the 1947. He later co-starred with Bob Haymes and Dorothy Loudon in the short-lived DuMont Television Network sitcom It's a Business (March–May 1952). His specialty on this show was singing and whistling two different tunes - notably the Farandole from Bizet's Arlesienne Suite - at the same time.

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Irving Levin, known professionally by his stage name of Leo De Lyon, is an actor known for his role as Spook and Brain in the prime time animated series Top Cat.

De Lyon made his debut as a stand-up comedian on Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts in the 1947. He later co-starred with Bob Haymes and Dorothy Loudon in the short-lived DuMont Television Network sitcom It's a Business (March–May 1952). His specialty on this show was singing and whistling two different tunes - notably the Farandole from Bizet's Arlesienne Suite - at the same time.

During the 1980s he returned to Hanna-Barbera to provide guest voices on shows such as The Smurfs and Paw Paws. He also once again voiced Brain and Spook in the television special Top Cat and the Beverly Hills Cats.

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