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Bolt, Robert Oxton (Robert)

Born: 1924 AD
Died: 1995 AD, at 70 years of age.

Nationality: British
Categories: Dramatist, Writers


1924 - Born in Sale, Manchester, England, on the 15th of August.

1957 - He wrote play "Flowering Cherry".

1958 - His play The Flowering Cherry was staged in London, with Celia Johnson and Ralph Richardson.

1960 - He wrote plays "A Man for All Seasons".

         - He wrote "The Tiger and the Horse"

1963 - He wrote "Gentle Jack".

1970 - He wrote "Vivat! Vivat Regina!".

1977 - He worte "State of Revolution".

1979 - He suffered a heart attack and a stroke, which left him paralysed.

1995 - He died on the 15th of August in Petersfield, Hampshire, England.


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