Lawrence Fletcher Net Worth
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$89’000’000. *This information was provided by Lois Liebling, 58 years old. Job: (Inspector, Ball Points). From Vilas, Colorado
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1,67m.*This information was provided by Ulrikaumeko, 43 years old. From Westmoreland, New York.
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Lawrence Fletcher information
Birth date and age[BOD]: March 5, 1902
Death date: 1608-01-01
The place of birth (POB): Carlton, Ohio, USA
Lawrence Fletcher (died 1608) was a Jacobean actor, and man of mystery. He is listed on the royal patent of 19 May 1603 that transformed the Lord Chamberlains Men into the Kings Men — and he is listed first, with William Shakespeare second and Richard Burbage third, significant, in the hierarchy-mad world of the time. Yet Fletcher never appears on the other documents that give later generations our limited knowledge of the Kings Men, he doesnt seem to have acted, in the leading acting company of the age.Unlike the eight men whose names follow his on the patent, Fletcher was not, or not primarily, a London actor, he had been comedian to His Majesty before 1603, when James I and VI was King of Scotland only. Perhaps his inclusion on the list was diplomatic and bureaucratic, a way of easing and greasing the companys transition from the old regime to the new, or perhaps Fletcher intended to be an active member of the company (their comedian Thomas Pope died in 1603, and Fletcher could have been his replacement), but was prevented by declining health. Fletcher was buried on 12 September 1608, in St. Saviours Church, Southwark.By then, Augustine Phillips had died, in May 1605, in his will, hed left 20 shillings to his fellow Fletcher. This is less than the 30s. Phillips left to Shakespeare, Henry Condell, and Christopher Beeston, but the same sum he left to fellow Kings Men Robert Armin, Alexander Cooke, Richard Cowley, and Nicholas Tooley. This seems to suggest that Fletcher was more than a mere name on a document — though what more, precisely, is impossible to say, given the limits of the evidentiary record.