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Someone really wanted Shakespeare’s head—ditto the bones, brain, and penis of these other famous people. Researchers believe William Shakespeare’s head is not in the Bard’s grave in England. If so, Sh...
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Lord Byron
An episode of the series Biography on History Channel dedicated to Lord Byron and produced in 2004.
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Lord Byron
George Gordon Byron, 6th Baron Byron, later George Gordon Noel, 6th Baron Byron, FRS (22 January 1788 – 19 April 1824), commonly known simply as Lord Byron, was an English poet and a leading figu...
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Benjamin Hoadly (physician)
Benjamin Hoadly (1706–1757) was an English physician, known also as a dramatist.
The son of Benjamin Hoadly, bishop of Winchester, he was born on 10 February 1706 in Broad Street, London. He was s...
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Someone really wanted Shakespeare’s head—ditto the bones, brain, and penis of these other famous people. Researchers believe William Shakespeare’s head is not in the Bard’s grave in England. If so, Sh...
Dave Windass
Dave Windass, born in west Hull in 1965, is an English playwright.Windass is a former theatre critic for The Stage and a journalist for the Hull Daily Mail. While part of the new writers group at Hul...
Magick (Aleister Crowley)
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Delarivier Manley
Delarivier (sometimes spelt Delariviere, Delarivière or de la Rivière) Manley (1663 or c. 1670 – 24 July 1724) was an English author, playwright, and political pamphleteer. (Some outdated sources list...
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Stella Linden
Stella Linden (born Stella M Marsden on 5 June 1919 - 23 January 2005) was an actress and writer, best known for mentoring playwright John Osborne. She was the wife of actor Terrence Edward Duff—bette...
Anne Plumptre
Anne Plumptre (1760–1818) was an English writer and translator.She was born in Norwich. She and her sister, Annabella [Bell] Plumptre (1769–1838), daughters of Robert Plumptre, became active in the E...
Basil Hood
Basil Willett Charles Hood (5 April 1864 – 7 August 1917) was a British dramatist and lyricist, perhaps best known for writing the libretti of half a dozen Savoy Operas and for his English adapt...
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Norman Hudis
Norman Hudis (born July 27, 1922) is an English writer for film, theatre and television and is most closely associated with the first six of the Carry On... film series, for which he wrote the screenp...
Beaumont and Fletcher
Beaumont and Fletcher were the English dramatists Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher, who collaborated in their writing during the reign of James I (he reigned in England 1603-1625). They became known...
Dorothy L. Sayers
Dorothy Leigh Sayers (usually pronounced /ˈseɪ.ərz/, although Sayers herself preferred /ˈsɛərz/ and encouraged the use of her middle initial to facilitate this pronunciation; 13 June 1893 – 17 De...
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Ray Harrison Graham
Ray Harrison Graham (born in Oxford, 1962) is an English playwright, screenwriter, and director from a Jamaican family.Graham initially trained as an actor at the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Ar...
Rebecca Prichard
Rebecca Prichard (born 1971) is English author and playwright, and one of the major contributors to the In-yer-face theatre movement.
She studied drama at Exeter University and in 1994, went on ...
Aston Cockayne
Sir Aston Cockayne, 1st Baronet (1608–1684) was, in his day, a well-known Cavalier and a minor literary figure, now best remembered as a friend of Philip Massinger, John Fletcher, Michael Drayton, Ric...
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Laura Wade
Laura Wade (born 16 October 1977) is an English playwright.
Wade was born in Bedford, Bedfordshire. She grew up in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, where her father worked for a computer company. After...