John Wilmot


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John Wilmot
Birthday
BirthplaceDitchley, Oxfordshire, England
Died
NationalityEnglish
Occupation
Poet, courtier

Wilmot, John:

see Rochester, John Wilmot, 2d earl ofRochester, John Wilmot, 2d earl of,
1647–80, English poet and courtier, b. Ditchley, Oxfordshire. Most notorious and dissolute of the Restoration rakes, he lost the favor of Charles II on several occasions because
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Nameloop was set up in Glasgow, in 2013 and is owned by serial entrepreneur John Wilmot and technology expert Craig Bartholomew.
Now a new biography by Alexander Larman, Blazing Star: The Life and Times of John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester, attempts to rediscover him for a new generation of readers.
Blistering biopic of 17th-century poet and author John Wilmot, aka the Earl of Rochester, an individual whose often-debauched behaviour led to numerous scandals in social circles.
Johnny Depp as mucky earl John Wilmot, trying the patience of Charles II by staging lewd plays.
35pm Johnny Depp stars in this biopic of 17thcentury poet John Wilmot, who scandalised Restoration Britain with a life of drink and debauchery.
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THIS blistering biopic of 17th-century poet and author John Wilmot, aka the Earl of Rochester, shows an individual whose oftendebauched behaviour led to numerous scandals in social circles.
Biopic of 17th-century poet and author John Wilmot who caused various scandals due to his dashing and debauched behaviour.
This is a biopic of 17th-century poet and author John Wilmot, aka the Earl of Rochester, an individual whose debauched behaviour led to numerous scandals in social circles.
In 2004, the house was used for three days to film scenes for a racy period drama film, The Libertine, starring Hollywood heart-throb Johnny Depp, who played John Wilmot, the 17th Century second Earl of Rochester.
In ``The Libertine,'' Depp plays a different kind of rogue, the 17th-century hedonist John Wilmot, the Second Earl of Rochester.