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1. Paul Freeman Paul Freeman Actor, Raiders of the Lost Ark One of Britain's most versatile character actors, Paul Freeman's dark, hypnotic good looks and talent for accents have often seen him cast as villains. He originally worked first in advertising and then he trained as a teacher, while he participated in amateur dramatics as a pastime. As a professional...
2. Stephanie Beacham Stephanie Beacham Actress, Marked Personal
3. Emma Bunton Emma Bunton Self, Dancing on Ice Emma Lee Bunton was born on the 21st January 1976 in Finchley, North London to parents Pauline, a karate instructor, and Trevor, a milkman. They split up when Emma was 11, and she stayed with her mum. She also has a younger brother, P.J. (Paul) who she is very close to. Emma's career began at an early age when she started doing modeling work for such things as Mothercare...
4. Clive Mantle Clive Mantle Actor, Alien³ Clive Mantle was born in Barnet, Hertfordshire. He was a chorister in St. John's choir, Cambridge for four years, and a member of the National Youth Theatre for five years, appearing in a total of eleven productions. He trained at R.A.D.A. and has worked steadily in films, plays and television. He is...
5. Carol Hawkins Carol Hawkins Actress, The Fenn Street Gang Blonde, beautiful and extremely likable are some of the many ways to describe Carol Hawkins. She first appeared on the screen in The Body Stealers and in a few other films following her debut. However, it is for her 'Carry On...' film work which she is best remembered throughout the 1970s, together with her role as Sharon Eversleigh in the TV series, Please Sir!...
6. Elaine Paige Elaine Paige Actress, Andrew Lloyd Webber: Masterpiece Elaine Paige, as an actress, recording artist, producer and broadcaster, has made a major contribution to the modern musical that ensures her own chapter in the entertainment world and justifies the title "The First Lady of Musical Theatre". She has starred in numerous West End productions and on Broadway and in concert internationally...
7. Geoffrey Chater Geoffrey Chater Actor, Barry Lyndon An English actor born in 1921. He starred in both film and television projects. His television credits include appearances in The Champions, Dad's Army, Callan, Mapp and Lucia, Heartbeat, Foyle's War, One Foot in the Grave, The Thin Blue Line and Midsomer Murders. The very image of the establishment, he has played ministers, lawyers, bankers and doctors since the early 1950s...
8. Cindy Shelley Cindy Shelley Actress, Howards' Way
9. Dominique Barnes Dominique Barnes Actress, Father's Day
10. Ade Sapara Ade Sapara Actor, Riff-Raff
11. Dennis Blanch Dennis Blanch Actor, The Full Monty
12. Anthony Pelissier Anthony Pelissier Director, The Rocking Horse Winner London-born Anthony Pelissier was the son of actress Fay Compton and producer H.G. Pelissier. He became an actor in the 1930s, but soon realized that he was more inclined to making films than appearing in them. In 1937 he got his first screenwriting credit, and remained in that field until his directorial debut in 1949...
13. Phil Tufnell Phil Tufnell Self, A Question of Sport
14. Talia Lanning Talia Lanning Actress, Odd Thomas
15. Chris White Chris White Actor, John Tucker Must Die
16. Darren Burn Darren Burn Actor, The Insomniac
17. Dermot Tuohy Dermot Tuohy Actor, Oh Mistress Mine
18. Peter Banks Peter Banks Miscellaneous Crew, Classic Artists: Yes
19. Nick Griffin Nick Griffin Self, Keith Meets Nick Griffin
20. Richard Markham Richard Markham Producer, Silence
21. Rachel Claire Rachel Claire Actress, This Life
22. Henry William Galpin Henry William Galpin Actor, Psychosis of a Sane Man
23. Chris Biscoe Chris Biscoe Music Department, BBC2 Playhouse
24. Mark Blundell Mark Blundell Self, Formula 1 Ex-Formula One racing driver who drove for Brabham (1991), Ligier (1993), Tyrrell (1994), and McLaren (1995). He also tested for Williams in 1990 and McLaren in 1992 and in early 1995. He went on to race in the American CART championship from 1996 to 2000 where he drove for PacWest Racing. He won the Le Mans 24 Hours in 1992...
25. Chris Smith Chris Smith Self, The Sunday Programme
25 names.