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Ayliff, Mrs (fl. 1692–1696), singer and actress, was a leading stage and concert soprano but her forename, age, and marital status are unknown. She appears to have made her début in the première of Purcell's The Fairy Queen at Dorset Garden Theatre in May 1692, singing as a fairy ...

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Baddeley [née Snow], Sophia (1745?–1786), actress and singer, was born, according to her friend and biographer Elizabeth Steele, in the parish of St Margaret, Westminster, in 1745, the daughter of the trumpeter Valentine Snow (d. 1770). Her baptism is not recorded in the register of ...

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Sophia Baddeley (1745?–1786) by Johan Zoffany [as Fanny Sterling, with Robert Baddeley (right) as Canton and Thomas King (centre) as Lord Ogleby, in The Clandestine Marriage by George Coleman the elder and David Garrick] Garrick Club; the art archive

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Bannister, Charles (bap. 1741, d. 1804), actor and singer, was baptized at some time between May and October 1741 in Newland, Gloucestershire, the son of John Bannister and his wife, Rebecca Powell. He was brought up in Deptford, where his father worked in the victualling office for the ...

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Elizabeth Bannister (1757–1849) by John Russell, 1799 ? National Portrait Gallery, London

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Bannister [née Harper], Elizabeth (1757–1849), actress and singer, was, according to the encomium in the Thespian Magazine (1793), the daughter of a Mrs Harpur, 'now a mantua-maker [dressmaker] at Bath', who, having made a marriage disapproved of by her family, educated her daughter perforce 'to her business' (...

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Barrington, Rutland [real name George Rutland Barrington Fleet] (1853–1922), actor and singer, was born at Penge, Surrey, on 15 January 1853. He was the fourth son of John George Fleet, a wholesale sugar dealer in Fenchurch Street, London, and his wife, Esther...

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Beard, John (1716/17–1791), actor and singer, of unknown parentage and place of birth, is first recorded as one of the children of the Chapel Royal. He was well educated in music under Bernard Gates, master of the children of the Chapel Royal from 1727 to 1757, and was also taught Latin, mathematics, rhetoric, and history. ...

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Berry, Edward (1706/7–1760), actor and singer, made his first recorded appearance on the London stage at Drury Lane on 6 February 1729 as Hobinol in Charles Johnson's The Village Opera. For five seasons Berry was employed as a singing actor, primarily in the new genre of ballad opera. Unsuited by his large, heavy build and low-pitched voice for romantic leads, he played character roles such as Squire Clodpole in ...

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Sir Rudolf Franz Joseph Bing (1902–1997) by Lotte Meitner-Graf ? Lotte Meitner-Graf

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Bing, Sir Rudolf Franz Joseph (1902–1997), opera manager, was born in Vienna on 9 January 1902, the son of Ernst Hoenigsvald Bing, head of the Austro-Hungarian Steel and Iron Trust, and his wife, Stefanie. The youngest of four children, he left school at the age of sixteen. He trained his attractive light baritone voice, but did not consider becoming a professional. In 1919 he obtained a job with the Viennese booksellers ...

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Blanchard, Thomas (1760–1797), actor and singer, baptized at Bulmer, Yorkshire, on 16 June 1760, was born into a theatrical family. His father, the elder Thomas Blanchard (fl. 1760–1787), was a seasoned actor who built a reputation for himself at York and Norwich...

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Bowman, John (d. 1739), singer and actor, was said to have been born at Pillerton, Warwickshire, on 27 December 1664, the son of John Bowman. However, he was stated to be in his eighty-eighth year when he died, implying that he was born in 1651 or 1652. His early stage career indicates a birth date of ...

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Bracegirdle, Anne (bap. 1671, d. 1748), actress and singer, was born in Northamptonshire, the third surviving daughter of Martha, née Furniss, and Justinian Bracegirdle, 'Coachman, Coachmaker or Letter-out of Coaches', according to her admirer Anthony Aston (Aston, 8). Family wills reveal that surviving siblings were named ...

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Anne Bracegirdle (bap. 1671, d. 1748) by William Vincent [as Semernia, the Indian queen, in The Widow Ranter by Aphra Behn] ? National Portrait Gallery, London

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Butler, Charlotte (fl. 1674–1693), actress and singer, was said to have been 'the Daughter of a decay'd Knight' and recommended to the stage by Charles II, by whom she was named (Cibber, 97). The theatre prompter John Downes remembered that she joined the ...

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Caplat, Moran Victor Hingston (1916–2003), actor and opera administrator, was born on 1 October 1916 at Tantallon, Alma Road, Herne Bay, Kent, the only child of (Armand Charles Victor) Roger Caplat, later known as Roger Victor Caplat, or Roger Armand Charles Caplat, architect, and his wife, ...

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Carey, (Francis) Clive Savill (1883–1968), singer and opera producer, was born at the White House, Sible Hedingham, Essex, on 30 May 1883, the fourth child and elder son of Francis Carey (1840–1911) and his wife, Elizabeth Harrowell (1852–1930/31). Gordon Vero Carey was his brother. ...

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Ann Cargill (c. 1760–1784) by Johan Zoffany [as Miranda in The Tempest] ? reserved