- Edmund,1787–1833, English actor, especially known for performance of Shakespearean roles.
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Kean recalled his first Meet the Press invitation, when he said he would appear only with Hamilton.
Without them, and there were several in the audience, there would not have been a commission, both Kean and Hamilton agreed.
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At one point last week, Kean was quoted as saying that Christie might run.
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In contrast to Kemble's declamation, Kean's acting was vehement and passionate.The Facts About Shakespeare
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I shall like to see Kean again excessively, and to see him with you too.Jane Austen, Her Life and Letters
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At Birmingham, one of Kean's "benefits" was a total failure.The Jest Book
“Landis and I are ready for it,” began 151 Min Kean placidly.Elizabeth Hobart at Exeter Hall
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Garrick or Kean could not have conveyed more meaning by a gesture.The Narrative of a Blockade-Runner
- Edmund. ?1789–1833, English actor, noted for his Shakespearean roles
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