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1. Felicity Jones Felicity Jones Actress, The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Felicity Rose Hadley Jones is an English actress. Jones grew up in Bournville, Birmingham. Her parents met while working at the Wolverhampton Express and Star. Her father was a journalist while her mother was in advertising. They divorced when she was three, and she was brought up with her brother by her mother alone...
2. Kenny Baker Kenny Baker Actor, Star Wars
3. James Phelps James Phelps Actor, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
4. Cat Deeley Cat Deeley Self, The Big Fat Quiz of the Year
5. Ryan Cartwright Ryan Cartwright Actor, Virgin Territory
6. Oliver Phelps Oliver Phelps Actor, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Oliver Phelps was born about 13 minutes before his twin brother, James Phelps. He has always loved acting and appeared in many high school drama productions. In 2000 he and his brother were picked to play Fred and George Weasly in Harry Potter and The Sorcerer's Stone.
7. John Oliver John Oliver Writer, The Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear
8. Arthur Darvill Arthur Darvill Actor, Robin Hood
9. Andrew Tiernan Andrew Tiernan Actor, 300 Andrew Tiernan was born into an Irish family who had moved from Dublin, Ireland to Birmingham, England after the War. He grew up on the notorious Ladywood Estate in Birmingham. At 15, he left for London to become an Actor, studying at the prestigious; Drama Centre London. His earliest break came in 1991 when he was cast in Derek Jarman's Edward II...
10. David Harewood David Harewood Actor, Blood Diamond
11. Martin Shaw Martin Shaw Actor, Macbeth One of England's most popular actors for more than two decades, Martin is noted for his versatility. He has starred in over 100 TV roles, his long TV career beginning in 1967 with Love on the Dole. Prior to The Professionals, he had always been careful to be very different in each of his roles to avoid being typecast...
12. Alan Napier Alan Napier Actor, The Sword in the Stone Tall, distinguished-looking English character actor with aristocratic bearing and precisely modulated voice. A cousin of the former British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain, he studied at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and spent his formative years as an actor with Oxford Repertory and, from 1924, on the London stage...
13. Ozzy Osbourne Ozzy Osbourne Soundtrack, This Is the End Born in Birmingham England, after leaving school and having many odd jobs he ended up in a band with Geezer Butler. This group then split leading Ozzy and Geezer to join Tony Iommi and Bill Ward in a new band that went under several names (including Earth) that ended up being called Black Sabbath after a song of the same name that appeared on their first album (released 1969/70)...
14. Agam Darshi Agam Darshi Actress, Watchmen Agam was born in England and raised all over Canada: Montreal, Ottawa, Calgary and finally settled in Vancouver. She received a BFA in visual arts, with a focus in photography and minor in theatre, from the University of Calgary. When Agam first moved to Vancouver, she got an agent and booked her first professional role in Renegadepress.com...
15. Hazel Court Hazel Court Actress, The Masque of the Red Death Born in Birmingham, England, Hazel Court carried on a love affair with the world of movies and make-believe that made her a leading student at her hometown's School of Drama and later helped her land a contract with the J. Arthur Rank Organisation. Graduating from bits to supporting roles to leads, Court worked in English films from the mid-'40s until the early 1960s...
16. Trevor Eve Trevor Eve Actor, Troy
17. John Light John Light Actor, Dresden
18. Sarah Smart Sarah Smart Actress, Sparkhouse
19. Adrian Lester Adrian Lester Actor, The Day After Tomorrow
20. Annette Badland Annette Badland Actress, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
21. Edward Atterton Edward Atterton Actor, The Man in the Iron Mask
22. Patrick Baladi Patrick Baladi Actor, Rush Patrick Baladi was born to an English mother and a Syrian father, a doctor who was once the gynaecologist to the wife of Colonel Gadaffi. He was educated in Libya and at a Jesuit boarding school in Lancashire where his first taste of treading the boards was when he played Nancy in a (boys only) version...
23. John Shrapnel John Shrapnel Actor, Gladiator John Shrapnel was born in Birmingham, the son of Norman and Myfanwy Shrapnel. He was brought up in Stockport and south London, attending City of London School and Cambridge University. He was an original member of the National Youth Theatre and has worked extensively in theatre, particularly the Royal Shakespeare Company and National Theatre. He lives in Suffolk and London.
24. Pat Roach Pat Roach Actor, Raiders of the Lost Ark Proud and passionate Angle, Pat Roach, was born and raised in Birmingham, England and grew to be a mountain of a man standing at six feet, five inches tall, with doorway-wide shoulders and a barrel chest. Pat wrestled competitively under the name of "Bomber" Roach, and at one time held both the British and European Heavyweight Wrestling Championships...
25. Jeff Rawle Jeff Rawle Actor, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
26. Anna Quayle Anna Quayle Actress, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Raised in a staunchly Catholic home by her Irish mum, the former Kathleen Parke, Anna Quayle was right at home playing her character in "Father Charlie". She is at least 5'10" in height but is not intimidating.
27. Adrian Lukis Adrian Lukis Actor, Agatha Christie's Miss Marple: A Caribbean Mystery
28. Michael Higgs Michael Higgs Actor, Assassination Games
29. John Taylor John Taylor Soundtrack, Donnie Darko Nigel John Taylor is most well-known for his bass work in the popular band, Duran Duran, which he also co-founded. As schoolboys, he and Nick would sit around and daydream about the band they would one day front. It was then that they finalized a timeline for the band: they were to play Hammersmith Odeon by 1982...
30. Mark Frost Mark Frost Actor, Faust
31. Barry Jackson Barry Jackson Actor, Barry Lyndon
32. Arnold Pinnock Arnold Pinnock Actor, The Incredible Hulk
33. Kay Parker Kay Parker Actress, Private Teacher
34. Nicholas R. Bailey Nicholas R. Bailey Actor, I.D.
35. Anna Brewster Anna Brewster Actress, Mrs Henderson Presents
36. John McEnery John McEnery Actor, Romeo and Juliet
37. Emma Willis Emma Willis Self, Episode dated 7 September 2012
38. Ian Lavender Ian Lavender Actor, Dad's Army Ian Lavender attended Bournville Technical College in the West Midlands and then studied at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. He graduated in 1967. Acting on the stage at Canterbury followed and his first television work was the ATV play "Flowers At My Feet" in 1968. He then became the youngest cast member of Dad's Army...
39. Jason Bonham Jason Bonham Self, Led Zeppelin: Celebration Day
40. Lorraine Burroughs Lorraine Burroughs Actress, The Fires of Pompeii
41. Rosalind Ayres Rosalind Ayres Actress, Titanic
42. Jess Hall Jess Hall Cinematographer, Hot Fuzz
43. Nick Rhodes Nick Rhodes Soundtrack, Donnie Darko Nick Rhodes was born in Mosley, a suburb of Birmingham, England, son of Sylvia and Roger Bates. Rhodes began playing guitar while still in school, sharing the aspiration of becoming a lead guitarist with neighbourhood friend, John Taylor. Soon after, Rhodes also began teaching himself to play keyboards on a WASP synthesiser...
44. Melville Cooper Melville Cooper Actor, Rebecca Born George Melville Cooper on October 15, 1896, in Birmingham England, he was the son of non-professionals W.C.J. and Frances (Brennan) Cooper, and attended various English public schools, including King Edward's School in Birmingham. Attracted to the stage as a teenager, he made his debut at Stratford-on-Avon at age 18...
45. Martha Howe-Douglas Martha Howe-Douglas Actress, Episode #2.10
46. Neil Newbon Neil Newbon Actor, The Run
47. Toyah Willcox Toyah Willcox Actress, Quadrophenia Toyah has always balanced her acting/TV work with a career as a rock singer. The band called "Toyah" were very successful, particularly in the UK, in the early 1980s. Toyah's unique voice, musical style, and personality contributed to her being voted Best Female Singer at the 1983 British Rock and Pop awards.
48. Jo Enright Jo Enright Actress, Episode #1.1
49. Hilary Mason Hilary Mason Actress, Don't Look Now
50. Steve Winwood Steve Winwood Soundtrack, Rush
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