1. Dylan Thomas toured America four times, with his last public engagement taking place at the City College of New York.
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4. Dylan Thomas recorded radio shows and worked as a scriptwriter for the BBC.
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15. Dylan Thomas was born in the Welsh seaport of Swansea, Carmarthenshire, on Oct 27, 1914.
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21. In 1931, at the age of 16, Dylan Thomas left school to become a junior reporter at the South Wales Daily Post.
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22. Dylan Thomas was in high demand for his animated readings, but debt and heavy drinking took their toll, and he died in New York City while on tour in 1953, at age 39.
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24. Dylan Thomas was born in Dylan Marlais Thomas, in Swansea, in 1914.
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25. Bob Dylan Thomas listens to Sun Records great Billy Lee Riley play on his tour bus in 1992.
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29. Dylan Thomas was an accomplished writer of prose poetry, with collections such as Portrait of the Artist as a Young Dog and Quite Early One Morning (1954) showing he was capable of writing moving short stories.
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38. Dylan Thomas had an uneasy relationship with BBC management and a staff job was never an option, with drinking cited as the problem.
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39. Dylan Thomas appeared in the play Comus for the Third Programme, the day after the network launched, and his rich, sonorous voice led to character parts, including the lead in Aeschylus' Agamemnon and Satan in an adaptation of Paradise Lost.
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48. Dylan Thomas introduced Watkins, working at Lloyds Bank at the time, to his friends, now known as The Kardomah Gang.
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51. In October 1925, Dylan Thomas enrolled at Swansea Grammar School for boys, in Mount Pleasant, where his father taught English.
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