Hayden Coffin Net Worth – Height, Weight, Age, Bio

Net Worth

For 15.04.2021 – We have next information about Hayden Coffin earnings, net worth: $3,949,752 Dollars*

Source of income: Actors.

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Charles Hayden Coffin information

Birth date and age: April 22, 1862, Manchester, United Kingdom

Death date: December 8, 1935, London, United Kingdom

The place of birth (POB): Manchester, England, UK

Profession:Actor

Spouse:Adeline Hayden Coffin

Movies:The School for Scandal, Its Always the Woman

Height, Weight

How tall is Hayden Coffin – 1,62m.**
How much weight is Hayden Coffin – 51kg**
**We have a new information about height&weight of Hayden Coffin. It was submitted by Milt Barbarics, 51 years old. Job: (Copra Processor). From Sparta, Georgia.

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Summary

Charles Hayden Coffin (22 April 1862 – 8 December 1935) was an English actor and singer known for his performances in many famous Edwardian musical comedies, particularly those produced by George Edwardes.Hayden achieved fame as Harry Sherwood in the Dorothy (1886), which became the longest-running piece of musical theatre in history up to that time, other similar roles followed. In 1893, he joined the company of George Edwardes and starred in a series of extraordinarily successful musical comedies, including A Gaiety Girl (1893), An Artist&#39, s Model (1895), The Geisha (1896), A Greek Slave (1898), San Toy (1899), A Country Girl (1903), Veronique (1904), The Girl Behind the Counter (1906), Tom Jones (1907) and The Quaker Girl (1910).In his later years, Coffin found success in Shakespearean roles such as Feste in Twelfth Night (1912), and in musicals, a few films and other works, such as the classic comedy The School for Scandal (1929).

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