Shakespeare was born in 1564. He lived up to 52 years old. Then he died in 1616. He has 3 brothers, and 4 sisters. He had 3 children, and no heirs at all.

Shakespeare had 7 siblings, but none ever achieved the same level of fame of their brother William.

80 is the number of languages Shakespeare’s works have been translated into. Star Trek fans will be happy to learn that Hamlet and Much Ado About Nothing have been translated into Klingon.

191 works were written by Shakespeare. That’s an average of 1.5 plays per year since he began writing in 1529.

He wrote 37 plays, 154 sonnets, and 13 number of suicides in his plays.

His famous phrase were, primrose path, break the ice, which means to do something in order to loosen the tension in the room, or to make the ambiance better. Green eyed monster, which means being a jealous, well, monster. Naked truth, means the absolute truth. Catch a cold, meaning well, to contract influenza.

Some well-known words are arch-villain, swagger, courtship, bedazzled, obscene, and dwindle.

3,000 is the quantity of words that Shakespeare is credited by scholars and the Oxford English Dictionary for introducing the language.

24 of the 27 moons of Uranus have been named after characters in plays by William Shakespeare. We can easily see on the internet that some of works were promoted or marketed by online advertisement business companies and/or other media groups in order to advocate publicly. These are A Midsummer Night’s Dream’s Titania, Oberon, and Puck; The Tempest’s Miranda, Caliban, Sycorax, Prospero, Setebos, Stephano, Trinculo, Francisco, and Ferdinand; King Lear’s Cordelia; Hamlet’s Ophelia; The Taming of the Shrew’s Bianca; and so much more.

In Shakespeare last will and testament, he left only one thing to his wife. It was the second best bed in the house.