39 names.

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1. Gary Lewis Gary Lewis Actor, Gangs of New York
2. Morven Christie Morven Christie Actress, The Young Victoria
3. Lynne Ramsay Lynne Ramsay Director, We Need to Talk About Kevin
4. Bill Forsyth Bill Forsyth Director, Local Hero
5. Mark Knopfler Mark Knopfler Soundtrack, Twister Mark Knopfler recorded his first single at age 16, but it was never released, He started the band Dire Straits in 1977, they were signed to Vertigo Records in 1978 and recorded the album "Dire Straits", which featured their first major hit single, "Sultans of Swing". Their follow-up albums include "Communique" (1979)...
6. Russell Hunter Russell Hunter Actor, American Cousins
7. Kay Tremblay Kay Tremblay Actress, The Shower She was born in Glasgow, Scotland and died in Stratford, Ontario. She developed her long career throughout the United Kingdom, Europe and North America. Her first professional appearance was with the George Balanchine Ballet in London, England. After World War II, she came to Montreal and she continued her acting career with the Montreal Repertory Theatre...
8. Anne Kristen Anne Kristen Actress, In Search of a Rose
9. John Kane John Kane Writer, A Clean Slate
10. Bill Little Bill Little Stunts, Braveheart Bill was only 12 years old when his father, a former Army boxer and footballer took him to learn boxing, he graduated to Judo and after 2 years he gained his 2nd Kyu Brown Belt. Now he got the Martial Arts bug and took up Karate and after 12 years learning various styles and gaining his black belt 2nd Dan...
11. Blue MacAskill Blue MacAskill Actor, The Settling of the Sun
12. Ronnie McCann Ronnie McCann Actor, Shadow Dancer
13. Jim Reid Jim Reid Soundtrack, Lost in Translation
14. Lynn Faulds Wood Lynn Faulds Wood Self, Old Dogs, New Tricks
15. Charlie Nicholas Charlie Nicholas Self, Gillette Soccer Saturday
16. Kenny McBain Kenny McBain Producer, The General
17. Linda Thompson Linda Thompson Soundtrack, Gangs of New York
18. Taryam Boyd Taryam Boyd Actor, Little Green Bag
19. Leni Harper Leni Harper Actress, Death Defying Acts
20. Helen Biggar Helen Biggar Director, Hell Unlimited Helen Biggar was born in the Hyndland area of Glasgow on 25th May 1909, the eldest of three daughters to Hugh and Florence Biggar. Her family were socialists and both her father and uncle were involved in local politics. Although during her childhood she suffered from various ailments and accidents...
21. Frank McLintock Frank McLintock Self, Gillette Soccer Saturday
22. John Nicolson John Nicolson Self, Janet and Stewart Farrar: White Witches
23. Graeme Clark Graeme Clark Self, Wet Wet Wet Playing Away at Home: Live at Celtic Park Glasgow
24. Tom Cunningham Tom Cunningham Self, The Prince's Trust Rock Gala
25. Paul Thomson Paul Thomson Soundtrack, Endless Love
26. Tommy Docherty Tommy Docherty Self, Prois Tartan
27. Pat Crerand Pat Crerand Self, Manchester United: Beyond the Promised Land
28. Bobby Hanna Bobby Hanna Self, Episode dated 11 October 1973
29. Ian Brady Ian Brady Uncategorised
30. Douglas Alexander Douglas Alexander Self, Election 2010
31. Helen McArthur Helen McArthur Self, Mr & Mrs
32. Walter Smith Walter Smith Self, The Premiership
33. Owen Paul Owen Paul Self, 80's: The Best of Bad TV
34. Wally Butler Wally Butler Director, Episode #5.8
35. William Reid William Reid Soundtrack, Lost in Translation
36. Les Harvey Les Harvey Self, Episode #1.74 Leslie Harvey, born 1945 in Glasgow, Scotland, was the guitarist for the great Scottish blues-rock band Stone the Crows. He was the younger brother of renowned Scottish soul singer Alex Harvey. It was the older Harvey who introduced Les to vocalist Maggie Bell. Along with bassist/vocalist James Dewar...
37. Neil Mitchell Neil Mitchell Self, Wet Wet Wet Playing Away at Home: Live at Celtic Park Glasgow
38. Michael Martin Michael Martin Self, Episode dated 11 February 2007
39. Robin Neillands Robin Neillands Self, Engines of Change
39 names.