Du Maurier

du Maurier may refer to:

  • George du Maurier (1834–1896), British author and cartoonist
  • Sir Gerald du Maurier (1873–1934), British actor, son of George
  • Angela du Maurier Maurier (1904–2002), British author and eldest daughter of Sir Gerald
  • Dame Daphne du Maurier (1907–1989), British author and middle daughter of Sir Gerald
  • The du Mauriers, historical novel by Daphne du Maurier based on her family's history
  • du Maurier (cigarette), a brand of Canadian cigarettes
  • du Maurier Classic, former name of the Canadian Women's Open golf tournament
  • du Maurier Jazz Festival, former name of the Toronto Jazz Festival
  • du Maurier Stadium, former name of Uniprix Stadium, a Montreal tennis stadium
  • du Maurier Open, former name of the Canada Masters tennis tournament

Other articles related to "du maurier":

Cox And Box - Background
... The original cast was George du Maurier as Box, Harold Power as Cox, and John Foster as Bouncer, with Sullivan himself improvising the accompaniment at the ... Bennett, on 11 May 1867 at the Adelphi Theatre, with du Maurier as Box, Quintin Twiss as Cox and Arthur Cecil as Bouncer, performing as an amateur under his birth name, Arthur Blunt ... Du Maurier, Quintin, and Blunt At yet another charity performance, at the Theatre Royal, Manchester, on 29 July 1867, the overture was heard for the ...
St John-at-Hampstead - Churchyard
1963 John Harrison, inventor of the marine chronometer George du Maurier, author and cartoonist, father of Gerald du Maurier and Sylvia Llewelyn ...
Arthur Llewelyn Davies - Biography
... He met the relatively "bohemian" Sylvia du Maurier (daughter of famed cartoonist George du Maurier and sister of future actor Gerald du Maurier) at a dinner party in 1889 and they became engaged shortly thereafter ...
Muriel Beaumont
... Muriel Beaumont, Lady du Maurier (1881 – 27 November 1957) was an English stage actress ... She was the wife of the actor Gerald du Maurier and mother of the writer Daphne du Maurier ...

Famous quotes containing the word maurier:

    Last night I dreamt I went to Manderley again.
    —Daphne Du Maurier (1907–1989)