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1. Brian Cox Brian Cox Actor, Troy Brian Cox is an Emmy Award-winning actor. He was born in Dundee, Scotland, to Mary Ann Guillerline (McCann), a spinner, and Charles McArdle Campbell Cox, a shopkeeper and butcher. His father was of Irish descent and his mother was of Scottish and Irish ancestry. Cox first came to attention in the early 1970s with performances in numerous television films...
2. Steven Brand Steven Brand Actor, The Scorpion King Although native to Dundee, Scotland, Steven lived in East Africa when he was young, spending nine years in Kenya, Uganda, and Tanzania. He experienced film for the first time in a drive-in cinema in Kenya. In 2002, having worked extensively in theatre, film and television in the UK, Steven was brought over to the US to star in Universal's The Scorpion King...
3. Heather Ripley Heather Ripley Soundtrack, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
4. Ron Donachie Ron Donachie Actor, Titanic Ron Donachie was born Ronald Eaglesham Porter on April 26, 1956 in Dundee, Tayside, Scotland. He was educated at Madras College, St. Andrews and Glasgow University, from where he graduated with an M.A (Hons.) in English Literature and Drama in 1979. After a year working as a navvy, he joined the 7.84 theatre company for John Burrough's "One Big Blow"...
5. Danny Wallace Danny Wallace Writer, Yes Man Danny Wallace is a writer, producer and television and radio host. The Warner Bros adaptation of his book, Yes Man, grossed $226m worldwide. His award-winning ShortList magazine column in the UK reaches 1.3 million readers weekly. His first novel, Charlotte Street, is an international bestseller, published in 18 countries...
6. Robin Laing Robin Laing Actor, Joyeux Noel
7. Hamish Clark Hamish Clark Actor, The Decoy Bride
8. Sam Robertson Sam Robertson Actor, Episode #1.3
9. James MacDonald James MacDonald Actor, Cinderella
10. Hilton McRae Hilton McRae Actor, The French Lieutenant's Woman
11. Hay Petrie Hay Petrie Actor, Jamaica Inn Diminutive Scots character actor of quirky personality and gift of gab. As a drama student at St. Andrews, he first performed in productions staged by the university's dramatic society. He served with the Royal Scots during World War I, then forged a career playing comic roles on the Shakespearean stage...
12. Forbes KB Forbes KB Actor, Harry Brown
13. George Lamb George Lamb Self, Why I Love Celebrity Big Brother George Lamb is one of television's hottest new presenting talents and a regular on Channel 4, T4 and E4 Music. He's also been fortunate enough to interview some of the biggest names in music and film, including 50 Cent, Gwen Stefani, Keifer Sutherland, Ian Brown, and Lindsay Lohan, to name but a few...
14. Scot Young Scot Young Self, I've Been to London to Visit the Queen
15. Ewan Hooper Ewan Hooper Actor, Kinky Boots
16. John Lister John Lister Actor, Public Enemies John was born in Dundee Scotland and raised in West Lafayette Indiana. His father was a Botany and Plant Pathology professor at Purdue University and his mother an actress. He earned his Bachelors degree from Ball State University and his Masters degree from Michigan State University. John is based out of Chicago and has been acting professionally there and regionally for over twenty years.
17. Stephen Samson Stephen Samson Actor, On the Trail of the Haggis
18. John Dair John Dair Actor, Batman
19. Ben Macleod Ben Macleod Actor, Sergeant Slaughter, My Big Brother Ben Macleod was born in Scotland, and as soon as he was out, he moved to London for two years before returning to his homeland. He started school at four and this was when he realised he wanted to be an actor. He started taking LAMDA exams, developed his acting skills and moved to Dublin (Ireland) when he was 8...
20. Ricky Ross Ricky Ross Soundtrack, Under the Skin
21. Sheila Shand Gibbs Sheila Shand Gibbs Actress, The Forest Picnic
22. Rhona Cameron Rhona Cameron Self, Rhona Cameron
23. Henry Mollison Henry Mollison Actor, The Man in the White Suit He was on his way back to Britain from America in 1939 with the intention of joining the armed forces when the ship on which he was traveling was captured by Nazis and he spent five years in a German P.O.W. camp. During this period he organized camp entertainment and produced 56 shows for the other prisoners...
24. Craig Glenday Craig Glenday Self, The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters
25. William Duncan William Duncan Actor, Marian, the Holy Terror
26. George Galloway George Galloway Self, Episode #1.5
27. Tilly Hardy Tilly Hardy Self, Episode #4.10
28. Carrie Anderson Carrie Anderson Actress, On the Trail of the Haggis
29. Jim O'Brien Jim O'Brien Director, Rebecca
30. Barry Ellis Barry Ellis Actor, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
31. Fred Housego Fred Housego Self, Episode #1.2
32. Gordon Richardson Gordon Richardson Actor, The Go-Between
33. Charlie Gordon Charlie Gordon Actor, Night Patrol
34. David Walker David Walker Writer, Harry Black and the Tiger
35. William Mollison William Mollison Actor, Beerbohm Tree, the Great English Actor
36. Arran Green Arran Green Miscellaneous Crew, The Last of Us
37. Giles Walker Giles Walker Director, 90 Days
38. Bobbie Mack Bobbie Mack Actor, The Student Prince in Old Heidelberg
39. Ronald Kinnoch Ronald Kinnoch Producer, Village of the Damned
40. Sinead Kerr Sinead Kerr Self, Champion Revealed
41. Eddie Mair Eddie Mair Self, Time Commanders
42. Margaret Boyd Margaret Boyd Actress, Silence on the Battlefield
43. Will Fyffe Will Fyffe Actor, To the Victor
44. Patrick Page Patrick Page Actor, Magicians
45. Penrhyn Stanlaws Penrhyn Stanlaws Director, Singed Wings Turn-of-the century illustrator; among his models were Mabel Normand, Olive Thomas, and Florence La Badie prior to their movie careers.
46. Lesslie Nicol Lesslie Nicol Actress, Siege
47. David Keir David Keir Actor, Luck of the Devil David Keir Gracie was born in 1884 in the district of St Andrews in Dundee, Scotland. He left Dundee for London in his teens to learn the glove trade and enter the family business. He abandoned this, however, and went on the stage, first as a hoofer in vaudeville and then as an actor. Because such a...
48. Ewart Adamson Ewart Adamson Writer, The Walking Dead Ewart Adamson (1881-1945), born in Dundee, Scotland, went to sea at the age of 14. He fought in the Canadian army during WWI, and was promoted through the ranks from private to major during his tour of duty in France and Belgium. Prior to his arrival in Hollywood, in 1930, Adamson spent five years as a tin-mine manager in Perak...
49. Doug Smith Doug Smith Sound Department, Monty Python's Flying Circus
50. Ian Knox Ian Knox Director, Bad Girls
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