See also:English actor and playwright, was
See also:born on the 29th of
See also:August 1768, the son of an actor of the same name (d . 1793) . At the age of eighteen he ran away from school and appeared at
See also:Margate as Courtall in The Belle's Stratagem; afterwards he joined Tate
See also:company and turned from tragedy to low
See also:comedy parts . In 1791 he appeared at Covent
See also:Garden, and in 1794 at the Haymarket . Colrnan, then manager of that
See also:house, wrote a number of parts designed to suit his talents, and two of Fawcett's greatest successes were as Dr . Pangloss in The
See also:Heir at
See also:Law (1797) and as Dr 011apod in The Poor
See also:Gentleman (1798) . He retired from the stage in 1830 .
HENRY FAWCETT (1833-1884)
FRANCIS FAWKES (1720-1777)
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