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Charles Macklin

(1699—1797) actor and playwright


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(?1699–1797),

an Irish‐born actor who made his reputation by his impersonation of Shylock. He wrote several plays, of which the most successful were Love à la Mode, performed 1759, and The Man of the World, performed 1781.

Subjects: Literature — Theatre.


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