See also:English actor, was
See also:born in
See also:London, his real name being Belasco . He began his stage career at an early age, and after 1863 gradually made his way in humorous parts . His creation, in 1875, of the
See also:part of Perkyn Middlewick in Our Boys made him famous as a comedian, the performance obtaining for the piece a then unprecedented run from the 16th of
See also:January 1875 till the 18th of
See also:April 1879 . In 1885 he had another notable success as Blueskin in Little
See also:Sheppard at the Gaiety Theatre, his
See also:principal associates being Fred
See also:Leslie and Nellie Farren . His
See also:song in this burlesque, " Botany
See also:Bay," became widely popular . In the part of
See also:Dory in
See also:Wild Oats he again made a
See also:hit at the Criterion Theatre in 1886; and among his other most successful impersonations were
See also:Ingot in
See also:Garrick, Tweedie in Tweedie's Rights, Macclesfield in The Guv'nor, and
See also:Eccles in Caste . His unctuous
See also:humour and unfailing
See also:spirits made him a great favourite with the public .
2ND EARL OF DOUGLAS AND MAR JAMES (c. 1358–1388)
EPISTLE OF JAMES
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