See also:English comedian, began a connexion with the stage while still a
See also:child . In 1877 he was engaged as an actor under the Bancrofts in
See also:London, and for some years played " legitimate " parts at the
See also:Court theatre and elsewhere . In 1891, however, he began a successful
See also:hall career as a
See also:singer of coster songs of his own invention, a new type in which he had an immediate success, both in England and
See also:America . He subsequently organized an entertainment of his own, with sketches and songs, with which he went on tour, establishing a wide popularity as an
See also:original artist in his
See also:line .
HENRY CHETTLE (1564?–16o7?)
MICHEL CHEVALIER (1806-1879)
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