Jules White started out as a child actor working for Pathe Studios during the 1910s. He was born in Budapest, Hungary. In the early '20s, he became a film editor and in 1926 became a director who specialized in comedies featuring such stars as Harry Langdon, Buster Keaton, and Charley Chase. White became the head of Columbia's short film division in 1933 and directed 136 Three Stooges shorts.
by Sandra Brennan biography