William Shakespeare ( Baptism 3 April, 1564; died April 3, 1616) was an English poet and playwright . He is considered as the greatest English language literary and one of the leading dramatists in the world. He is also known as England's "National Poetry" and "Bird of Avon" (Aven's Catcher). His compositions include 38 plays , 154 sonnets , two long sculptures and a few other poems. Shakespeare wrote some of the writings jointly with other writers. His play has been translated into every major living and has been staged more than any other playwright.Shakespeare's birth and growing Stamford On-Avenue At the age of eighteen, he married Annie Hathaway. Annie had three children in Shakespeare. They are Susan and two twins named Hamnet and Judith. Between 1585 and 1592, he achieved considerable fame in London as an actor and playwright . She was a co-owner of Lord Chamberlain's Man, a drama company. This company was later known as King's Men. In 1613, he stepped down from the drama and returned to Stratford. Three years later, he died there. Documented information about Shakespeare's personal life is not particularly available. His works, sexual orientation , creed, even his play, his About More..