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  1. Dorothea Jordan (née Bland; 22 November 1761 – 5 July 1816) was an Anglo-Irish actress, as well as a courtesan. She was the long-time mistress of Prince William, Duke of Clarence (later King William IV), and the mother of 10 illegitimate children by him, all of whom took the surname FitzClarence.

  2. Dorothea Jordan (nata Dorothea Bland; Waterford, 21 novembre 1761 – Saint-Cloud, 5 luglio 1816) è stata un'attrice e cortigiana anglo-irlandese, e l'amante e compagna del futuro re Guglielmo IV del Regno Unito, per vent'anni mentre costui era Duca di Clarence.

  3. Dorothea Jordan (born Nov. 22, 1761, near Waterford, Ire.—died July 3, 1816, Saint-Cloud, France) was an actress especially famed for her high-spirited comedy and tomboy roles. Jordan’s mother, Grace Phillips, who was also known as Mrs. Frances, was a Dublin actress.

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  4. Attrice irlandese (Waterford, Irlanda, 1762 - Saint-Cloud, Seine-et-Oise, 1816); figlia di un'attrice, esordì (1777) al teatro di Crow Street a Dublino; recitò poi a Cork, e (1782) con l' impresario Tate Wilkinson a Leeds e a York; nel 1785 fu a Londra al Drury Lane, dove rimase fino all'incendio del teatro (1809); passò poi a Haymarket, e ...

  5. Kenwood House Volunteer, Tamara Rabin, gives an online talk on Dorothea Jordan, whose portrait ‘Mrs Jordan as Viola in Twelfth Night’ by John Hoppner, hangs ...

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  6. 28 nov 2020 · Dorothea Jordan was the main breadwinner for much of their time together and yet after 20 years, she parted from him only for him to begin a path towards kingship.

  7. Dorothea Jordan. Comic tomboy roles. Dorothea (sometimes Dorothy or Dora) Jordan, the comic actress, née Bland was born to an Irish father and Welsh mother and spent her childhood in Dublin and Wales. She made her stage debut in 1777 at the age of 16 and her first Drury Lane appearance in 1785.