Adrien-Thomas Perdou de Subligny

Adrien-Thomas Perdou de Subligny (1636–1696) was a 17th-century French actor, writer and playwright.

A lawyer at the Parlement of Paris, he composed several comedies including La Folle Querelle ou la Critique d'Andromaque (1668) and Le Désespoir extravagant (1670), a play Racine attributed to Molière, after which they definitively ended up their relations.

He also wrote:

His daughter Marie-Thérèse was one of the great dancers of the Académie royale de musique at the turn of the 17th-18th centuries.

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Perdou de Subligny on CÉSAR