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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Moll_DavisMoll Davis - Wikipedia

    Moll Davis Portrait after Sir Peter Lely Born c. 1648 Westminster, London, England Died 1708 London, England Burial place St Anne's Church, Soho, London Occupations Courtesan singer actress dancer comedian Spouse James Paisible (m. 1686) Children Mary, Countess of Derwentwater Mary "Moll" Davis (c. 1648 – 1708), also spelt Davies or Davys, was a courtesan and mistress of King Charles II of ...

    • 1708, London, England
  2. Like her fellow actress, Nell Gwyn, Mary ‘Moll’ Davis’ roots are a bit of a mystery.Contemporary accounts disagreed on who her family were. Some said she was from Wiltshire and that her father was a blacksmith; others claimed that she was the illegitimate daughter of Thomas Howard, 3rd Earl of Berkshire, and that he was one of the men that dangled her under the king’s nose when Barbara ...

  3. Moll Davis Moll Davis fue una actriz y cortesana inglesa del siglo XVII. Se cree que nació en 1648 pero se desconoce su lugar de nacimiento. En 1664 comenzó a trabajar como actriz en el King's Company, una de las compañías teatrales más importantes de la época.

  4. hmn.wiki › es › Moll_DaviesMoll Davis

    Mary "Moll" Davis (c. 1648 - 1708), también escrita Davies o Davys, fue una cortesana y amante del rey Carlos II de Inglaterra. Fue actriz y animadora antes y durante su papel de amante real. Mary Davis nació en Westminster , como presunta hija ilegítima de Thomas Howard, tercer conde de Berkshire .

  5. Lady Mary Tudor, Countess of Derwentwater. Mary was born on 16 October 1673, to Moll Davis and Charles II, and was the last of the king’s children.. She grew up surrounded by the high society of the Restoration - nobles, thespians, dramatists, artists, and poets - and, following in her mother’s footsteps, she began acting at a young age.

  6. 27 de nov. de 2022 · There was competition between Nell and her friend Moll Davis, and it was Davis who managed to win the King’s affections first, receiving gifts and being called to his bed chamber often. To win the upper hand, it is said that Nell played an awful trick on Davis, putting laxatives in her supper before she went to see the King for the night.

  7. 24 de ene. de 2019 · Moll Davis, painted by Sir Peter Lely, c. 1665-1670. It’s a royal entertainment. Blow was attached to the Chapel Royal, and would later be private musician to James II. Moll Davis, one of Charles’s (many) mistresses, played Venus, and Lady Mary Tudor, her daughter by Charles, played Cupid.