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Calvert was born in Manchester, Lancashire one of eight children, and the third son, of the actors Charles Alexander Calvert and his wife Adelaide Calvert (baptised April 1836 - died 20 September 1921). He was educated privately in Manchester and in Germany. Although actively discouraged by his parents from taking up acting as a career, Louis Calvert made his theatrical debut in Natal in South Africa in 1878 before moving on to appear in Australia and then returning to Great Britain in 1880. During the 1880s he trained at Sarah Thorne's School of Acting at Margate, Kent, and went on to appear with Henry Irving at the Lyceum Theatre in London and toured with Lillie Langtry in the United States.

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PostSubject: Re: Louis Calvert - British Actor   Louis Calvert - British Actor EmptySat Feb 17, 2018 10:58 pm

Graves,

Calvert did not serving in any of the Royal Navy's ships during the Zulu War.

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PostSubject: Re: Louis Calvert - British Actor   Louis Calvert - British Actor EmptySun Feb 18, 2018 12:16 am

Hi POT

I could not find him on the Medal Roll in any capacity.

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