See also:English actor, was
See also:born in
See also:London, and made his first appearance on the stage in
See also:Brentford at the age of twenty as
See also:Dumont in Jane
See also:Shore . His first London appearance was at the Haymarket in 1778, but it was not until 1794 in
See also:Dublin, as Othello, that be attained high
See also:rank in his profession . In 18o1 he appeared in London as
See also:Richard III., lago, Shylock and
See also:Giles Overreach, and became the
See also:rival of Kemble, with whom, however, and with Mrs
See also:Siddons, he acted from 1803 . His intemperate habits unfortunately
See also:grew more and more notorious, and on at least one occasion the
See also:curtain had to be
See also:rung down owing to the
See also:audience hissing his drunken
See also:condition . He visited the
See also:United States in 181o, and died in New
See also:York on the 26th of
See also:September 1811 . A
See also:monument to his memory was erected in St Paul's churchyard there by Edmund
See also:Kean .
THOMAS COOK (1808-1892)
JAY COOKE (1821–1905)
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