T.G. Warren (1855-1919) was a British actor and playwright.
Also billed as T. Gideon Warren
Born on 21 August, 1855, in Westminster, London.
An actor for much of his life, on occasion also visiting South Africa.
He also wrote a few plays, the best known being Nita's First.
As a film actor he appeared as "The Colonel" in the short film The Antique Brooch (1914)
He died in Lambeth, London, in 1919 at the age of 63.
Contribution to SA theatre, film, media and/or performance
He came to South Africa in 18769 as a member of a new company brought out by Disney Roebuck for a season of plays.
His play Nita's First was also performed in the country during 1884-5 by the Henry Harper Company, inter alia at the new Theatre Royal, Cape Town, as part of Harper's first season as lessee and manager of the venue and in 1886 once more by Madame Pearmain and her company, in the same venue.
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