British playwright, actor, creative manager, and poet who was simply a theater artist along with a manager. He published the memoir Apology for the life span of Colley Cibber. He started performing at Drury Street in 1690 and was unsuccessful, though he later on earned some well-known acclaim for his comic functions. He was broadly ridiculed in his period to be a sub-par playwright and poet along with a laughable dramatic acting professional. He wedded Katherine Shoreline in 1693, as well as the couple experienced twelve kids. He was colored as an idiot in Alexander Pope’s poem, “The Dunciad,” and Pope’s satire threw Cibber further into infamy.