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George Grossmith (1) [1847–1912]

This page covers the author of The Diary of a Nobody.

For other authors named George Grossmith, see the disambiguation page.

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The Diary of a Nobody 3,103 copies, 83 reviews
A Society Clown 2 copies, 1 review
A Century of Humour (Contributor) 42 copies

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George Grossmith (Sr.) wrote The Diary of a Nobody with his brother Weedon (with whom he should not be combined) and was a member of the original Savoy Opera Company. He was also the father of George Grossmith Jr., a musical comedy star in the early 20th century.

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