Coward,Sir Noel Pierce

Coward,Sir Noel Pierce
Cow·ard (kouʹərd), Sir Noel Pierce. 1899-1973.
British actor, playwright, and composer especially noted for his witty and worldly comedies, such as Hay Fever (1925) and Private Lives (1930).

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