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Noel Coward
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Actor
    (December 16, 1899-March 1973)
    Wrote the plays 'Hay Fever,' 'Private Lives,' 'The Vortex,' 'Cavalcade,' 'Design For Living'
    Starred in 'In Which We Serve,' 'This Happy Breed' and 'The Italian Job'
    Knighted by Elizabeth II (1970)
    He suffers from depression due to being gay.
    Some people don't get his ironic sense of humor.
    He was a heavy smoker.
    He turned down the role of Col. Nicholson in 'Bridge Over the River Kwai.'
    He turned down the title role in 'Dr. No.'
    He was the first living writer to have a play of his ('Hay Fever') presented at the National Theatre in London (1968).
    He had a dry witty sense of humor.
    He is considered one of England's greatest playwrights.
    He gave generously to charity.
    He said: 'Wit is like caviar - it should be served in small portions and not spread about like marmalade.'

Credit: Peacham


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