33 names.

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1. Sally Hawkins Sally Hawkins Actress, Happy-Go-Lucky Sally Hawkins was born in 1976 in Lewisham hospital, London, England, to Jacqui and Colin Hawkins, authors and illustrators of children's books. She is of English and Irish descent. Hawkins was brought up in Greenwich, in southeast London. She attended James Allen's Girls' School in Dulwich. She graduated from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in 1998...
2. Sue Perkins Sue Perkins Self, Light Lunch
3. Amanda Mealing Amanda Mealing Actress, Holby City
4. Frank Thornton Frank Thornton Actor, Last of the Summer Wine
5. Edward Randell Edward Randell Actor, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
6. Enid Blyton Enid Blyton Writer, The Famous Five: Five on a Treasure Island Enid Blyton (11 August 1897 - 28 November 1968) was an English author. She was born in Dulwich, South London, England. She was one of the world's most famous children's writers. She is also one of the most prolific authors of all time. This means that she wrote a great number of books. Her most famous stories are the Famous Five stories...
7. Kenneth Farrington Kenneth Farrington Actor, Emmerdale Farm
8. Ed Simons Ed Simons Soundtrack, Black Swan
9. Anne Shelton Anne Shelton Self, The Anne Shelton Show
10. A.E.W. Mason A.E.W. Mason Writer, The Four Feathers
11. Chris Eubank Chris Eubank Self, When Louis Met... Chris Eubank
12. Ian Rickson Ian Rickson Director, Fallout
13. Dora Gregory Dora Gregory Actress, The Skin Game
14. 'Lonesome' Dave Peverett 'Lonesome' Dave Peverett Soundtrack, Nebraska
15. Norma Shebbeare Norma Shebbeare Actress, Women in Love
16. Glenn Tilbrook Glenn Tilbrook Soundtrack, The Truth About Cats & Dogs
17. Dennis Main-Wilson Dennis Main-Wilson Producer, Till Death Us Do Part Dennis Main-Wilson was born in Dulwich, London, the son of an engineer. He attended grammar school in Lewisham. He He served in the Tank Corps during WWII. After being demobbed he joined the BBC and produced many radio shows including The Goon Show and Hancock's Half Hour. In 1957 he moved to TV and produced shows such as "The Rag Trade" and "The Dick Emery Show".
18. Ian Seale Ian Seale Actor, 4.3.2.1. Trained at Rose Bruford College of Speech & Drama, Sidcup. Pursued a varied career of Live and Recorded performance, singing, acting & presenting: Actor; live TV, Film & TV, Commercials, Corporate & Music Videos, Modelling & Voiceover. Presenter; scripted and non-scripted - live audience and direct to camera Interviewer/MC; Radio...
19. Sheila O'Neill Sheila O'Neill Self, Wayne and Shuster in London
20. Katy Jones Katy Jones Producer, The Mark of Cain
21. Steve Brookstein Steve Brookstein Self, The X Factor
22. David Bird David Bird Actor, The Proposal
23. Hilary Rennie Hilary Rennie Actress, The Sleeping Beauty
24. Gwen Catley Gwen Catley Self, We'll Smile Again The British soprano Gwen Catley had blonde hair and blue eyes, and was just a little over five feet tall; her voice was exceptionally pure and clear, and is instantly recognisable - her personal charm and simplicity is strongly reflected in her style of singing. She was a very popular radio and recording artist...
25. Amber Napthine Amber Napthine Actress, Penguin Amber was born in South East London. Her father is a film maker. She attended St Anthonys school in East Dulwich. She became a member of Beckenham Theatre Centre and has been an avid member there for four years. Amber was selected as an actor for the National Youth Film Academy and took her first film role on in Penguin.
26. Howard Barker Howard Barker Writer, Aces High
27. Terry Ashwood Terry Ashwood Producer, Tin Pan Alley
28. Emma Hanby Emma Hanby Miscellaneous Crew, The Tomorrow People
29. Mavis Batey Mavis Batey
30. David Farrell David Farrell Camera and Electrical Department, Lion of the Desert
31. Norman Cohn Norman Cohn Self, Divine Magic
32. Alan Bush Alan Bush Music Department, Alan Bush: A Life
33. A.V. Curtice A.V. Curtice Producer, Treasure at the Mill
33 names.