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Sir Henry Irving was a famous English stage actor in the second half of the 19th century. He was also the manager of the Prince Albert Theatre and later Royal Lyceum Theatre in London. He was knighted by Queen Victoria for his acting. (AUDIO: The Woman in White)

He was a friend of Bram Stoker, (COMIC: Bat Attack!) who wrote his biography. (AUDIO: The Woman in White)

The Seventh Doctor recalled once taking Sarah Jane Smith to the Lyceum Theatre to see Irving's King Lear. (AUDIO: The Quantum Possibility Engine)

During a performance of King Arthur, he once saw on the stage a Women in White.[statement unclear] He started to act poorly soon afterwards. When Henry Gordon Jago met him he said he was hearing voices. He later acting strangely and started to attack Stoker. He started having a taste for eating flies. He lead them to the headquarters of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn. (AUDIO: The Woman in White)

Irving had a lasting legacy in England. There was a statue of him outside the National Portrait Gallery in London. (PROSE: The Nameless City)

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