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Charles Coborn

Charles Coborn
Real name
Charles Whitton McCallum
Born
August 4, 1852
Died
November 23, 1945
Country
United Kingdom
IPI
00121701623
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English music hall singer and comedian born in Stepney, East London, who adopted his stage name from Coborn Road near Mile End. In a long career he was known largely for two comic songs "Two Lovely Black Eyes", which he adapted in 1886 from "My Nellie's Blue Eyes", a song by William J. Scanlan and "The Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo" by Fred Gilbert in 1892.
Member of
The Variety Singers

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