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Thomas Wall was the founder of the first permanent theatrical company in Baltimore, Maryland, the Maryland Company of Comedians, active from 1781 to 1785. It was founded, with Adam Lindsay, in spite of a 1774 ban by the Continental Congress on theatrical entertainment. Wall also built the New Theatre, the first theatre in Baltimore.

Thomas Wall was an English cricketer active in 1868 who played for Lancashire. He was born and died in Wigan. He appeared in two first-class matches as a righthanded batsman and occasional wicketkeeper who also bowled right arm slow-paced roundarm. He scored 48 runs with a highest score of 37 and held one catch, but took no wickets.

Thomas Wall was an American businessman and politician.

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