|Born East Dereham, Norfolk in 1816; violinist at local concerts; acted at Prince's Theatre, Glasgow 1849-1853; appeared in London at Princess's Theatre as Victor in The Lancers 2 November 1853, remained at the Princess's for six years where he played in his own piece Music hath charms in June 1858; acted at the Adelphi as Abbé Latour in The Dead Heart in 1859; gave an entertainment Facts and Fancies at the Hanover Square rooms and St. James' Hall in 1863; played at the Princess's 1863, at the Haymarket in 1865, and at the Amphitheatre and Alexandra Theatres, Liverpool, 1865-1868. At the opening of the Globe Theatre, London, 28 November 1868 he played Major Treherne in Byron's Cyril's Success. Appeared at the Drury Lane, Olympic, Globe, Opera Comique, Criterion, Mirror, Princess's, and Lyceum to 1884.
David Fisher died at St. Augustine's Road, Camden Town, London, on 4 October 1887.
[Source: Boase, Modern English Biography, 1892.]
condition: Some slight discolouration towards two of the edges, and a slight stain on the bottom edge of the mount.
price: not for sale
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