In 1622 Andrew Cane was a player associated with Palsgrave's men and Lady Elizabeth's men; in 1631, he was associated with Prince Charles's (ii) men. He was known as a comedian. After the closure of the playhouses in 1649, he became a goldsmith.
For further information, see A Dictionary of Actors by Edwin Nungezer (1929; rpt. New York: Greenwood Press, 1968). See also "The Career of Andrew Cane, Citizen, Goldsmith, and Player," by John H. Astington in Medieval and Renaissance Drama in England, 16 (2003): 130-44.
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