10 names.

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1. Sarah Brightman Sarah Brightman Soundtrack, Wanted Sarah Brightman's soprano voice has sold millions of records and been heard in arenas, cathedrals, and Olympic stadiums around the world. Brightman is the winner of more than 180 gold and platinum awards in 40 countries, and is a concert artist who has performed before millions of fans on every continent...
2. Michael Hordern Michael Hordern Actor, Where Eagles Dare Following a brief teaching career, Michael Hordern made his stage debut in 1937. He made his film debut in 1939, but his career was stalled by WWII. He resumed his acting career in 1946, both in theatre and films. He hit his stride in the 1960s playing befuddled characters, particularly stuffy public officials. He was knighted in 1983.
3. Graham Greene Graham Greene Writer, The Third Man Graham Greene was one of the greatest novelists of the 20th century and his influence on the cinema and theatre was enormous. He wrote five plays and almost all of his novels, including "Brighton Rock", "The Ministry of Fear" and "The End of the Affair", have been brought to the screen. A superb storyteller, he also wrote the screenplays for such classics as The Fallen Idol and The Third Man...
4. Esther Rantzen Esther Rantzen Producer, That's Life!
5. Brian Johnston Brian Johnston Self, All for Mary
6. Nick Owen Nick Owen Self, Good Morning... with Anne and Nick Educated at Shrewsbury School. Studied at Leeds University and awarded a B.A. (Honours) in Classics. Worked as a journalist at the Doncaster Evening Post, the Birmingham Post and his first work in broadcasting was on BBC Radio Birmingham. He joined ATV Network's sports department and covered football's 1982 World Cup...
7. Grace Downes Grace Downes Actress, Shameful Sequels
8. Hugh Greene Hugh Greene Miscellaneous Crew, The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes
9. William Cowper William Cowper Writer, John Gilpin
10. Mark Boxer Mark Boxer Self, Tempo
10 names.