Salvini, Tommaso (b. 1830)

Salvini, Tommaso, a celebrated Italian tragedian, born, the son of an actor, at Milan; was trained to the stage, and joined Ristori's company; served with distinction in the revolutionary war of 1849, and returning to the stage won for himself a European fame, appearing in France, Spain, United States, England, &c.; achieved his greatest success in “Othello”; retired after 1884, and published “Leaves from My Autobiography”; (b. 1830).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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