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Thomas Middleton
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Born in Newington Butts, Surrey
Born on 18th of April 1580
Died in 1627

Born 1580. Died 1627 - English dramatist.

Son of a bricklayer. Early works include A Mad World, My Masters (1608) and The Roaring Girl (written with Thomas Dekker). Employed to write the Lord Mayor’s pageant on a number of occasions. Appointed city chronologer in 1620. Three plays published posthumously were The Changeling, The Spanish Gypsy and Women Beware Women; considered to be his best writing.

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