Timon is a masculine given name and a surname which may refer to:
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Timon of Athens is a play written by William Shakespeare and probably also Thomas Middleton in about 1606. It was published in the First Folio in 1623. Timon lavishes his wealth on parasitic companions until he is poor and rejected by them. He rejects mankind and goes to live in a cave.
Salome was the daughter of Herodias, and nemesis of John the Baptist.
Gaius Julius Caesar was a Roman military and political leader and one of the most influential men of classical antiquity.
Lucius is a male given name derived from Lucius, one of the small group of common Latin forenames (praenomina) found in the culture of ancient Rome. Lucius derives from Latin word Lux, meaning "light", and is a cognate of the name Lucas. Another etymology proposed is a derivation from Etruscan Lauchum meaning "king", which however was transferred into Latin as Lucumo. Lucy is the feminine derivative of the name.
Brian Bedford was an English actor. He appeared in film and on stage, and was an actor-director of Shakespeare productions. He received seven Tony nominations, second only to Jason Robards, who had eight.
Iago is the main antagonist in the play Othello by William Shakespeare
Timon and Pumbaa are an animated meerkat and warthog duo introduced in Disney's 1994 animated film The Lion King and its franchise. Timon was played through his many appearances by Nathan Lane, Max Casella, Kevin Schon, Quinton Flynn, Bruce Lanoil in the Wild About Safety shorts and Kingdom Hearts II, while Pumbaa is voiced by Ernie Sabella, and was portrayed by Tom Alan Robbins in the original cast of the Broadway musical. In the CGI remake, the characters are portrayed by Billy Eichner and Seth Rogen, respectively. Nathan Lane and Ernie Sabella first came to audition for the roles of the hyenas, but when the producers saw how well they worked together, they decided to cast them as Timon and Pumbaa.
Apemantus is a character in the play Timon of Athens by William Shakespeare. He is a cynical and misanthropic philosopher.
Sebastian is both a given name and a surname. It comes from the Greek name Sebastianos (Σεβαστιανός) meaning "from Sebastia" (Σεβάστεια), which was the name of the city now known as Sivas, located in the central portion of what is now Turkey; in Western Europe the name comes through the Latinized intermediary Sebastianus. The name of the city is derived from the Greek word σεβαστός (sebastos), "venerable", which comes from σέβας (sebas), "awe, reverence, dread", in turn from the verb σέβομαι (sebomai), "feel awe, scruple, be ashamed". Sebastos was the Greek calque of the title Augustus, which was used for Roman emperors. Sebastian became a widely used name because it was the name of Saint Sebastian, a third-century Christian martyr.
Norman John Frank Rodway was an Anglo-Irish actor.
Ian McDiarmid is a Scottish actor and director of stage and screen, best known for portraying the villain Emperor Palpatine in the Star Wars film series. Making his stage debut in Hamlet in 1972, McDiarmid joined the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1974, and has since starred in a number of Shakespeare's plays. He has received an Olivier Award for Best Actor and a Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Play for his stage performances.
Paris is a given name used as a boy and girl name. It is of Greek origin and is common among Anglophone countries.
The History of Timon of Athens the Man-hater by Thomas Shadwell is a 1678 adaptation of Timon of Athens, the play by William Shakespeare.
Timon of Athens may refer to:
Valeria or Valéria is a female given name dating back to the Latin verb valere, meaning strong, brave and healthy "to be strong".
Ezekiel is a masculine Hebrew language name, meaning "God's Strength." It can be used as both a given name and a surname.
Sidney Frederick Livingstone is an English stage, television, and film character actor. He has sometimes been credited as Sydney Livingstone.