Stan Laurel was born and raised in Ulverston, Lancashire with his two brothers and a sister and is known as a comic actor, writer and movie director. After completing the school studies, Stan moved to Glasgow, Scotland and completed his study from Rutherglen Academy. His father was an actor and a theater manager, so he was always intrigued by the theater acts. Stan made his stage debut at Pickard's Museum, Glasgow at the age of 16. Stan considered Dan Leno his childhood hero who was one of the greatest British music hall comedians.
Stan Laurel entered into movies after making his first movie in 1917 entitled Nuts in May. He again worked in a 1921 movie, The Lucky Dog which even impressed Charlie Chaplin. Stan made numerous movies afterward. After retiring from movies, Stan again got into stage acting and toured England giving away stage shows. He is known to have married five times and had two children.
Stan Laurel Affairs
First Affair with Mae Dahlberg
Mae Dahlberg was an actress who worked in silent Hollywood movies. She was a music hall as well. Stan was in relationship with her for about six years.