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1. Bob Hope Bob Hope Self, The 50th Annual Academy Awards Comedian, born in London and moved to Bristol before emigrating with his parents to the US in 1908. After some years on the stage as a dancer and comedian, he made his first film appearance in The Big Broadcast of 1938 singing "Thanks for the Memory," which became his signature tune. In partnership with Bing Crosby and Dorothy Lamour, he appeared in the highly successful "Road to ...
2. Delroy Lindo Delroy Lindo Actor, Up On the stage and on the big screen, Delroy Lindo projects a powerful presence that is almost impossible to ignore. Alhough it was not his first film role, his portrayal of the bipolar numbers boss West Indian Archie in Spike Lee's Malcolm X is what first attracted attention to Lindo's considerable talents. Since then, his star has slowly been on the rise...
3. Pat Jackson Pat Jackson Director, White Corridors Pat Jackson began as an editor and co-director of documentaries with the famed GPO Film Unit in the mid-1930s. He worked with such icons of the documentary field as John Grierson and Harry Watt, but it was his World War II semi-documentary Western Approaches that put him on the map. Praised as a skillful blend of real footage and studio-shot model work...
4. Jonathan Guy Lewis Jonathan Guy Lewis Actor, For Love of the Child
5. Andre Van Gyseghem Andre Van Gyseghem Actor, To Suffer a Witch: Part 3
6. Thomas Burke Thomas Burke Writer, Broken Blossoms or The Yellow Man and the Girl British essayist and novelist Thomas Burke was born in London in 1886. His father died when Thomas was still an infant. He lived on and off with a succession of relatives, and spent four years in an orphanage. After graduating school at age 15 he took a variety of jobs, but his interest was always in writing (he sold his first story at age 16)...
7. Richard Hills Richard Hills Writer, Carry on Cabby
8. Ernest Wallace Ernest Wallace Actor, The Flag Lieutenant Ernest Frederick Wallace was born to a middle class family living in west London. His father was a former lieutenant in the Gordon Highlanders who had a series of financial disasters when he entered commercial life. Ernest was of independent means and entered the theatre shortly after his marriage to Ellen Rose Madeline Luff and toured in productions of "Sue" and "The Great Ruby"...
8 names.