After his service in World War II, Len Lesser pursued the craft of acting, thanks to his old friend, Lee Marvin. Lesser now has worked steadily for 65 years with a resume that includes 500 television shows, over 50 movies and 100 plays.
While performing in summer stock and road shows in the late forties, Lesser began work in the new medium called television. This was before television had a union and Lesser performed for the Columbia Broadcasting System in such classic shows as "Suspense."
According to Lesser,
"I have always been busy as an actor. I am fortunate, to make a living and raise a family."