See also:born at
See also:Birmingham, and made his first stage appearance at
See also:Cork about 184o . His earliest successes were in romantic drama, for which his graceful figure and youthful
See also:enthusiasm fitted him . His first
See also:London appearance was in 1852 in
See also:Hamlet, and he was also successful as Angiolo in
See also:Miss Vandenhoff's Woman's Heart,
See also:Evelyn in
See also:Money and Hardman in
See also:Lytton's Not so
See also:Bad as we Seem .
See also:Claude Melnotte—with
See also:Faucit as Pauline—was also a notable performance . A tour of
See also:America in 18J7 preceded his going to
See also:Australia (1861) for six years, as actor and manager . He completed a trip
See also:round the
See also:world in 1866 . From 1868–187o he managed the
See also:Holborn theatre, where Beverley in The Gamester was one of his most powerful impersonations . Afterwards he travelled over the
See also:United States,
See also:Canada, Australia and England . Among his later London performances were several Shakespearian parts, his best, perhaps, being
See also:Richard III . He was the Benedick of the
See also:cast of Much
See also:Ado About Nothing with which the
See also:Shakespeare Memorial was opened at Stratford-on-
See also:Avon . He died on the 3rd of May 1891 .
SIR ARTHUR SEYMOUR SULLIVAN (1842—1900)
JAMES SULLY (1842– )
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