Noel Coward was born in Teddington, England, United Kingdom on December 16th, 1899 and is the Playwright. At the age of 73, Noel Coward biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.
Date of Birth
December 16, 1899
Place of Birth
Teddington, England, United Kingdom
Mar 26, 1973 (age 73)
Actor, Composer, Film Actor, Film Director, Film Producer, Film Score Composer, Lyricist, Musician, Playwright, Screenwriter, Singer, Songwriter, Stage Actor, Television Director, Theater Director, Writer
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Noel Coward was a dismissive, spoilt genius whose brilliant one-liners have yet to be bettered
www.dailymail.co.uk, March 16, 2023
Noel Coward (pictured) may well have been the greatest theatrical animal of the 20th century, the author of classic plays (Private Lives; Blithe Spirit), films (Brief Encounter; In Which We Serve) and songs (I'll See You Again; Mad Dogs And Englishmen). But there is no doubt he was also the most accident-prone. A horse bit his neck and a dog bit his leg, 'scarring Noel for life. Paddling in the sea, he stood on a broken bottle and severed an artery. He was knocked down by a cyclist and concussed. At Coney Island funfair in New York City, Coward managed to cut his cheek when his braces flew off. He burned his mouth on tomato soup. Smoking a pipe, he set his hair on fire. It was a common occurrence to slip in the shower and 'take a wedge out of his nose'.
CRAIG BROWN: Don't let's be beastly to The Beatles...unless your name is Noel Coward
www.dailymail.co.uk, March 14, 2023
CRAIG BROWN: Sir Noel Coward, master of tremendously witty plays and songs, died 50 years ago this month. He was born in 1899, the same year as Edward Elgar's Enigma Variations had its first performance. He died on March 26, 1973, when Donny Osmond's The Twelfth Of Never was topping the charts, with Slade's Cum On Feel The Noize at No 2. Coward was the last of the old school and conscious of it. By the 1950s, he had begun to sense that his type of witty, well-made play, with characters drawn almost entirely from the upper classes, was being replaced by the gruff and brooding working-class dramas of John Osborne and Harold Pinter.
Solitary white house along the Thames dubbed the 'Leaning Tower of Rotherhithe' on sale for £1.5M
www.dailymail.co.uk, February 19, 2023
The four-storey property on the banks of the River Thames, which was once a part of a row of buildings, has a run-down appearance but gathered an auction guide price of £1.5 million. The current owners have lived in the south east London home for 28 years, initially occupying the whole building -now 1 Fulford Street, it was previously 41 Rotherhithe Street. Measuring just over 11ft (3.5 metres) wide, the 2,131 sq ft property boasts panoramic views of central London, Tower Bridge and Canary Wharf. It has an unusual layout, with two kitchens, three reception rooms, two bathrooms, one bedroom and a spare room as well as two open plan living areas.