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1. Daniel Radcliffe Daniel Radcliffe Actor, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Daniel Jacob Radcliffe was born on July 23, 1989 in Fulham, London, England, to casting agent Marcia Gresham (née Jacobson) and literary agent Alan Radcliffe. His father is from a Northern Irish Protestant background, while his mother was born in South Africa, to a Jewish family (from Lithuania, Poland...
2. Lysette Anthony Lysette Anthony Actress, Krull
3. Andy Hamilton Andy Hamilton Writer, What We Did on Our Holiday
4. Hazel Douglas Hazel Douglas Actress, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1
5. Bernard Archard Bernard Archard Actor, Krull Tall, incisive, aquiline-featured British character actor. Born in Fulham, London, Archard won a scholarship to study at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in 1938. The following year, he made his stage debut opposite Jessica Tandy in Shakespeare's Twelfth Night, at the Regent's Park Theatre. A conscientious objector during the war...
6. John Hollis John Hollis Actor, Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back
7. Bruce Byron Bruce Byron Actor, The Bill
8. Ann Lynn Ann Lynn Actress, A Shot in the Dark
9. Derek Deadman Derek Deadman Actor, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone The chances are, you have seen Derek Deadman in a movie - but just don't realize it! He is one of those actors to whom you instantly recognize the face, but not the name. He has starred in a whole array of films and television series since the 1970s, playing normally minor roles, generally as the fall guy who gets kicked around by some nasty villain...
10. Dandy Nichols Dandy Nichols Actress, Till Death Us Do Part
11. Gerry Cowper Gerry Cowper Actress, EastEnders
12. Tracy Hyde Tracy Hyde Actress, Melody She took ballet lessons at the age of 8 and also succeeded as a fashion model. Her cute appearance caught David Putnam's eyes who gave her the role of Melody Perkins in the movie Melody. She made her debut in Melody (1971). Since then, she has left the movie scene, but has reappeared in movies again in the 1980s.
13. Mary Austin Mary Austin Self, Freddie Mercury, the Untold Story Mary Austin was a woman who was the love and inspiration of one of Great Britain's biggest celebrities. But she never tried to use that for her own personal gain or to take advantage of others. She grew up in a struggling working-class home in West London, where her father worked as a hand-trimmer for a wallpaper specialist and her mother was a maid...
14. Janet Street-Porter Janet Street-Porter Self, Loose Women
15. Bob Simmons Bob Simmons Stunts, Goldfinger
16. Joan Benham Joan Benham Actress, Murder Ahoy
17. Grey Blake Grey Blake Actor, The Dancing Years
18. Tim Fywell Tim Fywell Director, Ice Princess
19. Florence Brudenell-Bruce Florence Brudenell-Bruce Actress, Love Aaj Kal
20. Valerie Taylor Valerie Taylor Actress, Repulsion
21. Jackie Cowper Jackie Cowper Actress, Whoever Slew Auntie Roo?
22. Donald Morley Donald Morley Actor, Destination Downing Street
23. Alex MacIntosh Alex MacIntosh Self, Show Train
24. Arthur Lovegrove Arthur Lovegrove Actor, Eye of the Needle
25. Brian Gwaspari Brian Gwaspari Actor, The Gentle Touch
26. Jack Vyvyan Jack Vyvyan Actor, Sheepdog of the Hills
27. Alan Tomkins Alan Tomkins Art Director, Saving Private Ryan
28. Suzanne Fuller Suzanne Fuller Actress, The Tell-Tale Heart
29. Viva Tattersall Viva Tattersall Actress, The Whispering Shadow Viva Tattersall was born in London, England, as Vera Tattersall, the second child of Hugh Herbert Tattersall, a British master mariner, and his wife, the former Lilian Elizabeth Webb. Among her siblings were Kathryn; Cecil; Honor; Marjorie (the wife of the Australian economist Colin Clarke); and Emma Lilian (later Lady Henderson), who, as Emmy Nikis, was a French Resistance heroine...
30. Jessica Martin Jessica Martin Actress, Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King
31. Guy Verney Guy Verney Director, Armchair Theatre
32. Len Lowe Len Lowe Actor, A Countess from Hong Kong Although Lowe will always be recalled by variety lovers as one half of that once highly popular double act, Len and Bill Lowe, he had a lone solo career either side of that particular high point in hilarity. The talented brothers were in fact but two-thirds of a trio, the other brother going under the double stage names of Chester Ladd and...
33. Jack Davies Jack Davies Writer, ffolkes
34. Neal Arden Neal Arden Actor, Life of St. Paul
35. Zoe Palmer Zoe Palmer Actress, Sally in Our Alley Zoe Palmer, a star of stage and screen, who first began in popular stage productions from the mid 1910s. She starred in a few comedy and drama films, first under the direction of Charles Calvert with 'Walls of Prejudice' for the G-B Screencraft Film Company in 1920 starring Josephine Earle and Dallas Anderson followed by a number of Will O'Wisp comedies for the British Gaumont Film Company...
36. Julie Alexander Julie Alexander Actress, The Pure Hell of St. Trinian's
37. Chili Bouchier Chili Bouchier Actress, The Ghost Goes West Glamorous, dark-eyed leading lady, touted as Britain's answer to Hollywood's Clara Bow, the 'It Girl'. She was also sometimes referred to as 'Britain's first female sex symbol', reflected by having her initially cast as vamps or flappers. Born Dorothy Irene Boucher, she started out as a typist and then joined her brother at Harrods department store...
38. Joseph Wise Joseph Wise Actor, The Sleeping Beauty
39. Claude Hulbert Claude Hulbert Actor, The Ghost of St. Michael's Popular stage and film comedian Claude Noel Hulbert was born in Fulham, London in 1901, younger brother of the highly well-known comedian, singer and comic dancer Jack Hulbert. Like his brother he was educated at Cambridge and was a member of the Footlights comedy club as an undergraduate. He began...
40. John Fenner John Fenner Art Department, Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi
41. Robert Lynn Robert Lynn Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, Superman
42. Richard Huggett Richard Huggett Actor, The First Night of 'Pygmalion'
43. Caron Keating Caron Keating Self, 4th Dimension Blonde; game for a laugh; much-loved Northern Irish children's TV presenter and daughter of TV star Gloria Hunniford who is best remembered for presenting Blue Peter. Caron was one of the most popular Blue Peter presenters in the show's long history. She gave the show a modern edge during her four year stint on the show between 1986-1990...
44. Julia Nelson Julia Nelson Actress, Jane Eyre
45. George Bishop George Bishop Actor, The Flesh and the Fiends
46. Ron Bowden Ron Bowden Music Department, Holiday
47. Frederick Farley Frederick Farley Actor, Footsteps
48. Norman Claridge Norman Claridge Actor, The Woman Eater
49. Alex Gallier Alex Gallier Actor, The Curse of Frankenstein
50. Anthony Holles Anthony Holles Actor, A Canterbury Tale
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