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Encyclopedia > Charles Hart

Charles Hart is a British lyricist, songwriter and musician. He was born in 1962 in London, and attended Robinson College, Cambridge.

He is best-known for co-writing the lyrics to The Phantom of the Opera musical with Richard Stilgoe. He has received two Ivor Novello Awards and has been nominated twice for a Tony Award.

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Charles Hart (17th-century actor) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (413 words)
Hart began his career as a boy player with the King's Men; he was an apprentice of Richard Robinson, longtime member of that company.
The well-known story that Hart was the illegitimate grandson of Shakespeare's sister Joan is largely discredited.
Hart's natural dignity in playing royal roles was also often commented on by contemporaries, and in the heroic play he "was celebrated for superman roles, notably the arrogant, bloodthirsty Almanzor in John Dryden's Conquest of Granada" (Dixon).
Admiral Thomas Charles Hart (2600 words)
In the spring of 1925, Hart was assigned as commanding officer to the battleship Mississippi.
Harts methods of improving their fighting potential was simple: training night and day under so real circumstances that nothing short of actual battle would yield as close results.
Hart and his wife arrived just in time to be with their son as he died.
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