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1. Dougray Scott Dougray Scott Actor, Mission: Impossible II Born in Scotland, trained at the Welsh College of Music and Drama where he was named most promising drama student. Scott's early work was in Scottish national theatre and television, first appearing in the series Soldier Soldier as well as on the stage in the Tim Fleming directed production of Wallace...
2. Shirley Henderson Shirley Henderson Actress, Trainspotting Shirley Henderson grew up in Fife, Scotland. She began performing young and at the age of 13 found herself singing in a boxing ring between bouts after winning a local singing competition. She went on to sing in the local working men's clubs on Saturday nights and Sunday afternoons. After deciding upon acting as a career, she uprooted to London to study at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama...
3. Kenneth Cranham Kenneth Cranham Actor, Maleficent
4. Moira Shearer Moira Shearer Actress, Peeping Tom Moira was born the daughter of Harold V. King in Dunfermline, Scotland. She was educated at Dunfermline High School, Ndola in Zambia (formerly Northern Rhodesia) and Bearsden Academy, Scotland. She received her professional training at the Mayfair School and The Nicholas Legat Studio. She made her debut in the International Ballet with 1941 and then danced at Sadler's Wells in 1942...
5. Ian Anderson Ian Anderson Soundtrack, Almost Famous Ian Anderson born on August, 10, 1947 in Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland, is the most famous and innovative flute-player of last 40 year. Anderson also it has got out of a jam itself like singer, composer, and multi instrumentalist, that include acoustic and electrical guitars, saxophone, organ, drum, keyboards...
6. Ken Hutchison Ken Hutchison Actor, Ladyhawke One of the most brilliant character actors of his generation, Hollywood's loss was British television's gain with Ken Hutchison. Born in Scotland, his handsome features and cheeky expression guaranteed him a career in character roles, but his dangerous streak led him early in his career into dark, villainous roles...
7. Michael Nardone Michael Nardone Actor, Intruders
8. Guy Berryman Guy Berryman Soundtrack, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
9. Richard Jobson Richard Jobson Director, 16 Years of Alcohol At only 17, Jobson first gained success as front-man with the Scottish punk band, The Skids, who had a string of hits in a 2-year period, from 1979 to 1981, the biggest song being the top-10 hit, "Into the Valley" in 1979. The band was formed by Jobson and his friend, Stuart Adamson, who later formed the band...
10. Edith Bowman Edith Bowman Self, Glastonbury 2010
11. Barbara Dickson Barbara Dickson Self, Episode #12.4 Barbara Dickson was born on September 27, 1947 in Dunfermline, Scotland, the daughter of a policeman turned Rosyth dockyard worker. Barbara's mother was a housewife, and the family's strong interest in music led to Barbara taking up the piano from the tender age of five. By the age of twelve Barbara had also started to learn to play the guitar and upon leaving school at seventeen...
12. Jan Wilson Jan Wilson Actress, American Graffiti
13. Iain Banks Iain Banks Writer, Complicity
14. Ian Rankin Ian Rankin Writer, Dead Souls
15. Helen King Helen King Actress, Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones
16. Alec Craig Alec Craig Actor, National Velvet
17. Doug Allen Doug Allen Cinematographer, Earth
18. Stuart McCowan Stuart McCowan Sound Department, The Conjuring Stuart McCowan grew up in the county of Fife, Scotland. After graduating from Waid Academy High School in Anstruther, Fife, Stuart studied Radio Broadcasting at Glenrothes College and graduated with a Higher National Certificate. Stuart was immediately headhunted by Central FM in Stirling, Scotland where he became the station's Commercial Producer and presenter of the daily mid-morning show...
19. Val McDermid Val McDermid Writer, The Mermaids Singing: Part 2
20. Norman Macowan Norman Macowan Actor, The City of the Dead
21. Jim Clark Jim Clark Self, Jim Clark: The Quiet Champion When talking about the greatest race driver of all time, various opinions will throw out such great drivers as Mario Andretti, Tazio Nuvolari, A.J. Foyt, Juan Manuel Fangio or Ayrton Senna; but most may agree that Scotsman Jim Clark was probably the best of them all. The shy British racer lived to race and proved it with two Formula One World Championships and an Indy 500 title...
22. Calum Waddell Calum Waddell Producer, Slice and Dice: The Slasher Film Forever
23. Craig Logan Craig Logan Self, Brit Awards 1989
24. Robert Robertson Robert Robertson Actor, Breaking the Waves
25. Iain Bayne Iain Bayne Self, Runrig: Day of Days
26. Ian Stewart Ian Stewart Actor, Local Hero
27. Richard Park Richard Park Self, Episode #8.60
28. James Cairncross James Cairncross Actor, Tom Jones
29. Billy Burns Billy Burns Actor, Know Your Place Billy Burns is from Scotland, UK. He played semi-pro American football for the Fife 49er's ('93 - '96) and the Nebraska Wildcats in 2008, Los Angeles Falcons in 2011. He served in Her Majesty's Royal Navy as a Marine Engineering Mechanic. He worked for Fox TV as a cable puller for the Scottish Claymores American Football team...
30. Sheena McDonald Sheena McDonald Writer, Five Steps to Tyranny
31. Jocky Wilson Jocky Wilson Self, Episode #10.11
32. Derek Gibbons Derek Gibbons Actor, Quiz Call Born 5th May 1981 in Dunfermline in the east of Scotland, Derek Gibbons moved down to London in 1999 to study music. Classically trained on both the violin and piano, he was awarded an Honours degree in Music, then went on to study a Masters degree at Kingston University - achieving a commendation for his film and TV composition work...
33. David Steel David Steel Self, Episode #1.2
34. Bunny Christie Bunny Christie Production Designer, Swan Song
35. John Brown John Brown Writer, The Flying Scotsman
36. Sarah Callyn Sarah Callyn Actress, Episode #4.3
37. Jennie Lee Jennie Lee Self, Episode dated 11 July 1978
38. Johnny Robertson Johnny Robertson Actor, The Bell Rock Lighthouse
39. Leonard Webster Leonard Webster Actor, Burn Out: Part 1 Leonard Webster was born in Fife, Scotland, UK. After getting a law degree at Edinburgh University, he went to Paris to study mime and movement with Jacques Lecoq. Since then he has appeared in many repertory theatres around Britain including Sheffield Crucible, Manchester Royal Exchange and Alan Ayckbourn's Stephen Joseph Theatre in Scarborough...
40. R.H. Bruce Lockhart R.H. Bruce Lockhart Writer, British Agent
41. Robert Hughes Robert Hughes Composer, The Golden Positions Robert Hughes emigrated to Australia with his family in 1929. He taught himself to read music, learned orchestration from books, and later gained experience while working as an orchestrator and arranger with the Australian Broadcasting Commission in Melbourne. After World War II he became music arranger/editor with the ABC and remained with them until his retirement in 1976.
42. Allan McGuinness Allan McGuinness Actor, Jude
43. Kevin McCrae Kevin McCrae Visual Effects, V for Vendetta
44. Jack Vettriano Jack Vettriano Self, Jack Vettriano
45. Jo Grimond Jo Grimond Self, Election 83
46. Michael Grant Clark Michael Grant Clark Actor, One Day Removals
47. Ian Whyte Ian Whyte Composer, Bonnie Prince Charlie
48. Ralph Cochrane Ralph Cochrane Self, Episode dated 22 February 1960
49. Jimmy Shand Jimmy Shand Soundtrack, Made of Honor
50. Craig Levein Craig Levein Self, Episode dated 12 October 2010
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