Sir Noël Peirce Coward (1899-1973) received popularity as an English director, actor, composer, singer, and writer. He attended a dance academy in London as a child. As a teenager, he became introduced to the higher class of society. He used his experiences to set his play writing background. Coward wrote over 50 plays, for example, Private Lives (1930), Design for Living (1932) and Present Laughter (1942). Other plays Coward published included Peace in Our Time (1947), Waiting in the Wings (1960), Star Quality (1967) and many more. Coward continued to appear at the Prince of Wales Theatre during World War I and performed in The Happy Family 1916 play. Coward started his own play at 20 named I’ll Leave It to You. This play presented a light comedy approach.
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