Founding Dad of america who became known for his political functions, his writings, as well as for his contribution towards the knowledge of electricity, highlighted by his (possibly apocryphal) soaring of the kite inside a lightning surprise. He also developed bifocal eyeglasses, the catheter, the lightning pole, and a drum called a cup harmonica. He published beneath the pseudonym Mrs. Silence Dogood, and released provocative characters; in 1731, he became a member of a Masonic Lodge. He was the 1st USA Ambassador to France, where he advocated spiritual tolerance and paved just how for Louis XVI’s putting your signature on from the Edict of Versailles, which offered Catholics civil position in France. He founded a common-law relationship to Deborah Reed in 1730 after her mom rejected him like a suitor; he previously an illegitimate child called William Temple Franklin in 1762. He went to the Constitutional Convention in 1787 alongside additional powerful political numbers of that time period, including George Washington.
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|Joh's Jury||1993||TV Movie||Douglas Drummond|
|Police Rescue||1993||TV Series||Wally|
|A Country Practice||1984-1992||TV Series||Sergeant Jeff Burns / Hodge|
|Lágrimas al desayuno||1989||Short||Chorus Girl 1|
|Captain James Cook||1988||TV Mini-Series||Dalrymple|
|Richmond Hill||1988||TV Series||Norm|
|Sons and Daughters||1984-1987||TV Series||Tanker Driver / Ted Cummings|
|Land of Hope||1986||TV Series||Kevin Quinn|
|The Maestro's Company||1984||TV Series puppeteer: "Jacques"|
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