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1. Clive Owen Clive Owen Actor, Children of Men British actor Clive Owen is one of a handful of stars who, though he is best known for his art house films, can handle more mainstream films with equal measures of grace and skill. Owen is typically cast as characters whose primary traits are a balance of physical strength, intellect, conflicting soul but forceful will...
2. Nigel Hawthorne Nigel Hawthorne Actor, Amistad Born in Coventry, England on 5 April 1929. Raised in South Africa. Returned to the UK in the 1950s. Extensive theatre work in the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s. His portrayal of "Sir Humphrey Appleby" in the BBC comedy Yes Minister won him international acclaim in the 1980s. In 1992, he was awarded the Laurence Olivier Theatre Award for his "George III" in Alan Bennett's hit stage play...
3. Billie Whitelaw Billie Whitelaw Actress, Hot Fuzz Billie Whitelaw first appeared on the radio aged 11. She made her theatrical debut in 1950 and in films from 1953. She has made a speciality of playing intense, single-purposed women. Also, (on stage), she has appeared in many of the stranger plays by Samuel Beckett.
4. Sinead Matthews Sinead Matthews Actress, Pride & Prejudice
5. Declan Bennett Declan Bennett Actor, EastEnders
6. Brendan Price Brendan Price Actor, Dagon
7. Harold Innocent Harold Innocent Actor, Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves
8. Chris Jury Chris Jury Actor, Lovejoy Chris runs his own production company, and decided to leave "Lovejoy" in 1994 to concentrate on the business. This is why his acting appearances number very few.
9. Graeme Hawley Graeme Hawley Actor, Coronation Street
10. Colette Wilde Colette Wilde Actress, The Day of the Triffids
11. Rowena Wallace Rowena Wallace Actress, Sons and Daughters
12. Hazel O'Connor Hazel O'Connor Actress, Breaking Glass Talented musician and actress, Hazel O'Connor's career has been a rollercoaster one. Her breakthrough came in the film Breaking Glass, in which she played a singer struggling to cope within the music industry. Sadly, this was to be the case in her music career as she battled over copyrights and clauses for a number of years...
13. Reg Dixon Reg Dixon Actor, No Smoking A popular radio comedian in the 1940s and 50s in Britain, Reg Dixon's signature tune was 'Confidentially' which he wrote himself. A burly figure he wore a trilby hat his catchphrase was 'I'm not well, I'm proper poorly.' In the 1950s he took over from the film comedian George Formby in the stage musical 'Zip Goes A Million' at London's Palace Theatre...
14. Louis Hilyer Louis Hilyer Actor, Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow
15. Dennis King Dennis King Actor, The Devil's Brother Legendary Broadway star of both dramas and musicals, he created the role of Francois Villon in Rudolf Friml's "The Vagabond King" in 1925, in which he also made his sound film debut opposite Jeanette MacDonald, Lillian Roth, and Warner Oland five years later. Primarily a stage actor, he only made a few more films...
16. Ellen Terry Ellen Terry Actress, Potter's Clay Legendary British stage actress who made a few silent film appearances. The daughter of strolling players, she was born in Coventry into an almost exclusively theatrical family. Her grandparents were actors, as were all six of her siblings. But only her son, Edward Gordon Craig, would in any way approach her fame in the theatre...
17. Pete Waterman Pete Waterman Soundtrack, Coming to America Pete Waterman was born in England and became one of Europe's biggest pop music producers when he teamed up with Mike Stock and Matt Aitken. Together, Stock Aitken Waterman produced songs for the biggest pop artists, including Samantha Fox, Rick Astley, Mel & Kim, Sinitta, Mandy Smith, Bananarama, Hazel Dean, Dead Or Alive, and Steps.
18. Brian Hawksley Brian Hawksley Actor, A Bridge Too Far
19. Stephen Quinn Stephen Quinn Actor, Lost
20. Tom Menary Tom Menary Actor, Capsule Born in Coventry, England in 1986 to Lyn and Don Menary, Tom made short films in his youth with his father, and wrote a series of comics and stories. He studied Media at Bridgwater College, Somerset, where he met Jim Elton. In 2010 they founded the amateur film group Wingless Films, in Plymouth, Devon...
21. Brian Taylor Brian Taylor Actor, Dieppe
22. John Bradbury John Bradbury Soundtrack, Mystery Men
23. Neil McCormick Neil McCormick Self, Being Victoria Beckham
24. Paul Ciappessoni Paul Ciappessoni Director, Angels
25. Kevin Warwick Kevin Warwick Self, How William Shatner Changed the World
26. Will Machin Will Machin Actor, The Cycle of Fate
27. Jon Gaunt Jon Gaunt Self, Countdown
28. Graham Joyce Graham Joyce Writer, Doom
29. Margery Manners Margery Manners Self, One Night Stand
30. Cyril Connolly Cyril Connolly Self, Beaton by Bailey
31. Clive Scott Clive Scott Soundtrack, The 40-Year-Old Virgin
32. James Crooke James Crooke Actor, D-Day 6.6.1944 He was born James Robert Crooke on 24th January 1981 in Coventry. His parents are Suzanne Richardson and Vince Crooke, and his step-father is Ricky Richardson. He has one elder sister, Michelle Crooke, and an elder step-brother, Glynn. He also has two younger brothers, David-Lee and Matthew, and one younger sister, Aimee...
33. George Cook George Cook Actor, The Mikado
34. Edwin Morton Edwin Morton Actor, St. Ives
35. Constance Godridge Constance Godridge Actress, Murder by Rope
36. Tom Farndon Tom Farndon Actor, Britannia of Billingsgate
37. Johnnie Gray's Band of the Day Johnnie Gray's Band of the Day Self, All That Jazz
38. Don Fardon Don Fardon Self, Show Pänggggg - oder: Gäste zum Fernsehen
39. Don Picton Don Picton Art Department, Peeping Tom
40. Anthony Farrar-Hockley Anthony Farrar-Hockley Self, Captured
40 names.