Noël Coward was an English actor, playwright, poet, writer of short stories, novelist, producer, director, singer, songwriter and recording artist who turned out an impressive catalogue of plays, film scripts, reviews, poems, stories and songs. An implicitly out gay man with a rapier wit, Coward was the toast of London’s high society from the 1920s to the late 1940s. In the 1950s, his popularity waned somewhat, but he toured cabarets both in Europe and the US and played Las Vegas with a review of his songs. He died at is estate in Jamaica in 1973.
Noël Coward was born on December 16, 1899 in a town just outside of London. He was named in honor of the approaching holiday. His father was a piano salesman,... Read More
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