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Nathaniel Carl Goodwin, American actor. Member from Slocum,” “In Mizzoura,” “Nathan Hale,” “The Skating Rink,” “Cruets,” “Confusion,” “Turned Up,” “A Gilded Fool,” “David Garrick”.

Background

Goodwin, Nathaniel Carl was born on July 25, 1857 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Nathaniel C. and Caroline R. Goodwin.

Education

Education public and private schools.

Career

Made debut with Stuart Robson, Howard Athenæum, Boston, March 5, 1873, in “The Law in New York”. Played comedy parts until 1879. Appeared as Modus in “The Hunchback” and as a grave digger in “Hamlet,” American Dramatic Festival, Cincinnati, 1883.

At Bijou Theatre, New York, 1885. Played in “A Gold Mine” and “The Bookmaker,” London, and in “The Nominee,” 1890. Later starred as Captain Crostree, in “Black Eyed Susan,” Rice’s “Evangeline,” “Hobbies,” “The.

Membership

Member from Slocum,” “In Mizzoura,” “Nathan Hale,” “The Skating Rink,” “Cruets,” “Confusion,” “Turned Up,” “A Gilded Fool,” “David Garrick”.

Connections

Married Eliza Weathersby, actress (died 1887). Married second, Maxine Elliott, February 20, 1898.

father:
Nathaniel C.

mother:
Caroline R. Goodwin

spouses:
Eliza Weathersby

Maxine Elliott