Name: Leon 'Jekyll' Hyde Age: 37 Born: London, England Occupation: Surgeon
Meet Leon Hyde! Wait, Mister Hyde? No, Doctor Hyde. For obvious reasons also called Jekyll by some of his friends.
With an English Father and a French mother, Leon grew up bilingual. At the early age of six, he started to play the piano, and it would become one of his greatest passions in life. As a child, he was rather small and timid, which caused him to be the target of mockery more than once.
Today, Leon is no longer skinny, but his kind and gentle nature has not changed. However, life has left both his body and soul scarred, and he has learned to be hard and cold as steel if neccessary.
When he was 17, he lost his brother in a motorbike accident, he barely survived himself. Leon still walks with a limp and while his clothes cover the scars on his leg and hip, his beard cannot quite hide the one on his jaw.
Leon complied with his dying brother’s last wish and became a doctor instead of a professional pianist. Today he is known as a brilliant surgeon who loves his job. He spends his little spare time playing the piano, listening to classical music or reading. To keep in shape, he does weight lifting, goes swimming and plays golf.
Leon cleary is one of my favourite characters ever. He was only created recently, but “came to life” very quickly. He is a bit different from my other characters, not only due to the fact he is more mature. I love to play contradictory characters that have many facets to themselves.
Leon’s basic looks:
shape: my own skin: Redgrave hair: Dura (modified) hairbase: Sadistic Hacker eyes: TheAbyss scars: my own age tattoo: Lanevo beard (tattoo): Emortal Concepts beard: M-Aʀᴄ Mɪʀʀᴏʀ (modified)
top: epia jeans: FATEwear shoes: HOC Industries socks: [hate this]
skybox: Barnesworth Anubis chairs: 22769 ~ [bauwerk] (The Mens Dept) bookshelves: Dutchie table: Schadenfreude tea set: Tres Blah (old Arcade Gacha Event) books: Bazar console table: Cheeky Pea buddha: Culprit (FaMESHed) curtains: bbqq (The Mens Dept) cane: [hate this] rug: Eric Linden (SL Library)