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1. Kristin Scott Thomas Kristin Scott Thomas Actress, The English Patient Kristin Scott Thomas was born in Redruth, Cornwall, England, to Deborah (Hurlbatt) and Lieutenant Commander Simon Scott Thomas. Her ancestry includes Welsh, English, and Dutch. Her father was a pilot for the British Royal Navy and died in a flying accident in 1964. Her stepfather was also a pilot and died six years later under similar circumstances...
2. John Nettles John Nettles Actor, Midsomer Murders John Nettles has been a familiar face on British and International television screens for over thirty years. From his early beginnings in the UK hit comedy The Liver Birds, he became a household name overnight playing the Jersey detective "Jim Bergerac". The series, Bergerac, was a huge hit in Britain and was exported to many countries across the world including France...
3. Alex Reid Alex Reid Actress, The Descent
4. Morwenna Banks Morwenna Banks Actress, Peppa Pig
5. Mick Fleetwood Mick Fleetwood Self, Fleetwood Mac: Tango in the Night
6. Tristan Sturrock Tristan Sturrock Actor, Saving Grace Tristan Sturrock was raised in Cornwall. He has been a leading performer with Kneehigh for over 25 years and has performed all over the world. He is best known for 'Brief Encounter' (Broadway, West End), 'Tristan and Yseult' and 'A Matter of Life and Death' (National Theatre) On Television his work most notably includes Jamaica Inn...
7. James Marsh James Marsh Director, The Theory of Everything
8. Cerris Morgan-Moyer Cerris Morgan-Moyer Actress, Appaloosa
9. Leon Ockenden Leon Ockenden Actor, Heavy Rain
10. Zara Nutley Zara Nutley Actress, Mind Your Language
11. Paul Fox Paul Fox Actor, Westworld
12. Jan Harvey Jan Harvey Actress, Howards' Way
13. Zelah Clarke Zelah Clarke Actress, Jane Eyre
14. Nigel Cole Nigel Cole Director, A Lot Like Love
15. Tiny Ross Tiny Ross Actor, Time Bandits
16. Anna Palk Anna Palk Actress, The Main Chance Anna was educated at Rise Hall Convent in Yorkshire and trained as an actress at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London. She followed this with rep at Bristol, Leatherhead and Leeds before embarking on a successful film and television career. Her stage appearances included productions of 'Smith By Any Other Name'...
17. Patrick James Stephens Patrick James Stephens Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, That Good Night With over twenty years' experience in film and television, Patrick is calm, unflappable and great with cast and crew alike. From period drama to comedy, his knowledge and skills as 1st AD are extensive. Patrick is also an expert with Movie Magic scheduling. Based in London, he is available for work worldwide.
18. Rosamunde Pilcher Rosamunde Pilcher Writer, Rosamunde Pilcher
19. Zac Fox Zac Fox Actor, Wah-Wah
20. Georgina Cookson Georgina Cookson Actress, Darling Lean, aristocratic-looking British character actress,on stage from the 1940's. She was noted on Broadway for her performance (and for bringing the house down with her tango on opening night)as Lady India in Jean Anouilh's 'Ring Around the Moon' (1950-51). On television, her aquiline features and impeccable bearing led to her gravitating towards upper class roles as wealthy or snooty socialites...
21. Brandy Brewer Brandy Brewer Actress, Ravenous You're the Main Course
22. Angela Rippon Angela Rippon Self, The Eurovision Song Contest
23. Louise Bale Louise Bale Actress, The Death of Batman
24. Michael Craze Michael Craze Actor, Doctor Who Michael Craze was born on 29 November 1942 in Cornwall and got into acting quite by chance as, at the age of twelve, he discovered through Boy Scout Gang Shows that he had a perfect boy soprano voice. This led him to win parts in "The King and I" and "Plain and Fancy", both at Drury Lane, and "Damn Yankees" at the Coliseum...
25. Helen Rule Helen Rule Actress, Blood Lust After completing a 2 year National Diploma acting course, Hungarian director Antal Kovacs picked her to play the troubled girlfriend of a drug addict in his final feature film Hwerow Hweg. Helen attended the London premier at The Houses of Parliament, a first for any film in the world. It was also the opening film at the 2002 Montreal World Film and Television Festival...
26. Calvin Dean Calvin Dean Actor, The Duchess Born on May 21, 1985 in Cornwall, England, Calvin attended Fowey Community College. By the age of 12 Calvin was appearing in school productions and amateur theatre. At the age of 16, Calvin joined the National Youth Theatre and subsequently trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. Upon graduating...
27. Rory McGrath Rory McGrath Actor, It Shouldn't Happen to a TV Actor
28. Gareth Edwards Gareth Edwards Producer, That Mitchell and Webb Look
29. William Golding William Golding Writer, Lord of the Flies
30. Christian Huband Christian Huband Art Director, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2
31. Arthur Gould-Porter Arthur Gould-Porter Actor, Bedknobs and Broomsticks
32. Michael Ward Michael Ward Actor, Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell Michael Ward was born George William Everard Yeo on 9th April 1909 in the village of Carmenellis, Cornwall. Being the son of a clergyman, his family moved from parish to parish for most of his early life. He detested this nomadic lifestyle and being an only child. It was not until 1930 when the family settled in Caddington, near Luton, that he got the chance to make friends and become independent...
33. Chris MacDonnell Chris MacDonnell Actor, Out of Order Chris has been an actor in the UK for over 35 years. For the most part he's worked in London, UK regional repertory, touring commercial theatre, TV, Radio and Film He has also played leading roles for BBC radio 4 in many dramas being blessed with a very distinctive voice. He is a published poet and has written for TV comedy and drama shows...
34. Robert Duncan Robert Duncan Actor, Drop the Dead Donkey Robert Duncan was born on July 27, 1952 in Cornwall, England, UK. He trained to be a journalist, and worked for the Cornish Reporter. He made his television debut starring alongside the late Nyree Dawn Porter, and Ian Hendry in the ITV daytime drama For Maddie with Love. He went on to guest star in some of Britain's leading series...
35. Diana Berriman Diana Berriman Actress, Notes on a Scandal
36. Barbara Douglas Barbara Douglas Actress, Dear Octopus
37. Peter Tilbury Peter Tilbury Writer, Shelley
38. Adam Gough Adam Gough Editorial Department, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2
39. Jaala Pickering Jaala Pickering Actress, A Brief History of Women Jaala was born in a small town in Cornwall, England to creative parents. Her father being a successful musician, she always had a love for the arts. She became a dancer at a young age and performed with several companies, but gave this up to go to film school at the age of 19. After graduating Jaala was offered a modeling contract in Sydney...
40. June Tobin June Tobin Actress, Hamlet at Elsinore
41. Andy Mackay Andy Mackay Music Department, The Great Gatsby
42. John Rodda John Rodda Sound Department, 28 Days Later...
43. Harvey Hall Harvey Hall Actor, Zulu
44. William Fairchild William Fairchild Writer, John and Julie
45. Duncan Gibbins Duncan Gibbins Director, Eve of Destruction Duncan Gibbins died in the massive wildfires that plagued the Southern California region in 1993 because of hazardous and dry conditions. Mr. Gibbins at first got out safely, but he went back to the area where he was living because he was trying to rescue his cat, and perished. The cat was found days later, alive, but with the tips of its ears burned off and hiding in the bottom area of a shed.
46. Tristan de Vere Cole Tristan de Vere Cole Director, Z Cars Tristan de Vere Cole served in the Royal Navy from the age of 16 to 25, and was then an actor and Assistant Stage Manager at the Bristol Old Vic, before starting his career in television. He directed episodes of many acclaimed series such as "Bergerac" (1981-1991), "Secret Army" (1979) and "Warship" (1974-1976)...
47. Mike Abbott Mike Abbott Actor, A Better Tomorrow II
48. Rowan Alexandria Rowan Alexandria Actress, It's My Shout: Short Films from Wales Rowan was born in Cornwall to Welsh & Scottish parents; & raised in bilingual education in South Wales. She has always acted and can't pinpoint the point at which she decided to become an actress. However, after a long period she describes as 'real life getting in the way' she returned to acting as a career path, recently winning Best Supporting Actress at the "It's My Shout" awards, 2016.
49. Jethro Jethro Writer, Jethro Says Bull'cks to Europe!
50. Ivan Sharrock Ivan Sharrock Sound Department, The Shining
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