Leslie Smith (disambiguation)
- Leslie Smith (disambiguation)
Les or Leslie Smith is the name of:
*Leslie Smith, (1918-2005), co-founder of Lesney Products and the Matchbox cars.
*Leslie Smith (footballer born 1918), footballer for Aston Villa and Brentford; England International.
*Les Smith (footballer born 1920), footballer for Oldham Athletic and Huddersfield Town.
*Les Smith (footballer born 1921), footballer for Mansfield Town.
*Les Smith (footballer born 1927), footballer for Wolverhampton Wanderers and Aston Villa.
*Les "Lecter" Smith, keyboard player for Anathema and Cradle of Filth.
*Leslie Smith (singer), born 1949, contemporary of Lester Abrams.
*Leslie "Les" Smith (newsman) television news anchor/reporter WTKR-TV NewsChannel3 Norfolk, VA
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