|General Actor Information|
|Born:||July 19, 1962|
|Birthplace:||Palo Alto, California, U.S.|
|Appeared on:||Married... with Children|
|Character on MWC:||Sal|
|Episodes appeared in:||"Luck of the Bundys" (Season 8)|
Lee Arenberg is an American actor, probably best known as Pintel, the shorter of the bickering pirate duo who appeared in the first trio of Pirates of the Caribbean films. He had already appeared in several sitcoms like Sledge Hammer!, Night Court and Roseanne; he plays the part of Sal on Married... with Children, appearing in the Season 8 episode titled "Luck of the Bundys" . He can currently be seen in Once Upon a Time as Leroy/Grumpy.
Lae attended Santa Monica High School with future "brat packer" actors Sean Penn, Robert Downey Jr. and Emilio Estevez, graduating in 1980. He then co-wrote a play with Estevez which was directed by Penn. Lee's first professional acting job was in 1986 at the Mark Taper Forum in "Ghetto", a play directed by Gordon Davidson. Within weeks he was cast in three films, including the role of Norton in the feature Tapeheads (1988) opposite the film's co-stars Tim Robbins and John Cusack.
Guest appearances on television began in 1987 with the hit sitcom Perfect Strangers (1986), and have continued with memorable roles such as the parking space-stealing New Yorker on Seinfeld (1989) and as the murderous rock promoter opposite MWC co-star Katey Sagal and Sam Kinison (who appears as Al's Guardian Angel in the episodes Episode:It's a Bundyful Life, Parts I & II in Season 4) in Tales from the Crypt (1989), as well as roles on Arli$$ (1996), and Friends (1994) where he appeared in an episode in its fifth season titled "The One with the Inappropriate Sister". He can also be seen in the role of the notoriously huge studio head, Bobby G., on the controversial syndicated comedy film Action (1999) opposite series star Jay Mohr.
Arenberg has also guest starred on all the Star Trek spin-offs Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Voyager, and Star Trek: Enterprise. Coincidentally, in two of his appearances, ("The Nagus" and "United"), he played a character named Gral, one a Ferengi and the other a Tellarite. In 1992 Lee appeared on the TV series Night Court.
He also guest starred on an episode of Brotherly Love entitled "Motherly Love". He had a bit part as a bumbling Hold-up Man in RoboCop 3. Lee also played Dr. Moyer on the ABC-TV sitcom series Scrubs, where he appeared in the episode "My Own American Girl". He also starred as the dwarf Elwood Gutworthy in Dungeons and Dragons (2000), and the pirate Pintel in the Pirates of the Caribbean trilogy. He guest starred as "Hair Plugs" in Grounded For Life (2001).
Lee is currently starring as the regular character "Grumpy/Leroy" on the hit ABC television series "Once Upon a Time (TV series)". As he confirmed when speaking