See also:American actor, was
See also:born in Baltimore,
See also:Maryland, on the 3rd of
See also:September 1833, and was educated for the
See also:law . He made his first appearance in Boston as
See also:Hardy in Paul Pry in 185 r . In 1859 he married
See also:Booth, daughter of Junius
See also:Brutus Booth, and he was associated with his
See also:brother-in-law Edwin Booth in the management of the Winter
See also:Garden theatre in New
See also:York, the
See also:Walnut Street theatre in
See also:Philadelphia and the Boston theatre . In 1867 he went to
See also:London, where he made his first appearance at the St
See also:James's as Major Wellington de Boots in
See also:Stirling Coynes's Everybody's Friend, rewritten for him and called The Widow's
See also:Hunt . His success was so
See also:great that he remained in England for the
See also:rest of his
See also:life, except for four visits to
See also:America . Among his favourite parts were Toodles, which ran for 200 nights at the Strand, Dr Pangloss in The
See also:Heir-at-law, and Dr 011apod in The Poor
See also:Gentleman . He managed several London theatres, including the Haymarket, where he preceded the Bancrofts . He retired in 1889, and died on the 24th of September 1899 . His two sons also were actors .
JAMES FREEMAN CLARKE (1810–1888)
MARCUS ANDREW HISLOP CLARKE (1846–1881)
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