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Noël Coward

Noël Coward



Title: Sir Noël Pierce Coward
Full Name: Noël Pierce Coward

Born: December 16, 1899
Birthplace: Teddington, Middlesex, England, United Kingdom
Died: March 26, 1973

Occupation: Actor and Playwright
Profile: Awarded an Honorary Academy Award in 1943. Best known for Design for Living. Knighted in 1969.

Website: http://www.noelcoward.com/
Number of Quotes: 8




Goodnight my darlings, I'll see you tomorrow.

I am no good at love
I betray it with little sins
For I feel the misery of the end
In the moment that it begins
And the bitterness of the last goodbye
Is the bitterness that wins.


I can take any amount of criticism, so long as it is unqualified praise.

I have a memory like an elephant. In fact elephants often consult me.

I was delighted to see that you thought I was as good as I thought I was.

Never trust men with short legs. Brains too near their bottoms.

The only way to enjoy life is to work. Work is much more fun than fun.

Time has convinced me of one thing. Television is for appearing on, not for looking at.

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