Charles Goold (1884)

[Born London c.1854, died 8 Jun 1907]

Charles W. D. Goold appeared as King Hildebrand with Mr. D'Oyly Carte's "A" ("Princess Ida" No. 1) Company "C" from February to December 1884. It was his only engagement with the D'Oyly Carte organization.

Goold appears to have spent much of the next twenty years on the stage, primarily in the provinces. His London roles were limited to Bubbles in The Bookmaker and Whimple in A Month After Date (comedies at the Globe, March-May 1891, Pierre in a single matinee perfomance of the burlesque Robert Macaire (Gaiety, May 1891), Mr. Pews in Pinero's comedy The Hobby-horse (Court, May-June 1897), and the dual roles of Balthazar and Loremois in the comic opera La Poupee (Prince of Wales's, September 11, 1897).

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