Donald Meek (14 July 1878 – 18 November 1946) was a Scottish character actor. He was well known for his supporting roles playing nervous and fearful characters.
Donald Meek died of leukemia on Monday, 18 November 1946 in Los Angeles, California, while playing the role of Mr. Twiddle in William A. Wellman's socially-themed comedy Magic Town with Jimmy Stewart and Jane Wyman, which premiered on October 7, 1947, just under a year after Meek's death. A prolific film actor in over 100 Hollywood movies during its Golden Age, he received a posthumous star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Originally buried in California, his body was later moved to Fairmount Cemetery mausoleum in Denver, Colorado, USA.