Falkland Cary Biography (1897-1989)



Born January 2, 1897, in Kildare, Ireland; died of a stroke, April 7, 1989, in Fleet, England; son of Henry John Litton and Katherine Frances (Boyd) Cary.

Falkland Cary, author of many successful British stage comedies from the 1940s to the 1960s, began his professional career as an obstetrician. He once estimated that he delivered approximately 2,000 babies during his twenty year practice before giving up medicine to concentrate on his stage work.

Nationality
Irish
Gender
Male
Birth Details
January 2, 1897
Kildare, Ireland
Death Details
April 7, 1989
Fleet, England

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