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1. Martin Compston Martin Compston Actor, The Disappearance of Alice Creed Martin Compston grew up in Greenock, Inverclyde, Renfrewshire. He spent his teen years going to see soccer (football) team Celtic with his brother Barry and dreamed one day he would play for them. He attended St. Columba's High School in Gourock, Inverclyde, where he passed through his Standard Grade Exams and obtained three As and two Bs in his Higher results...
2. Richard Wilson Richard Wilson Actor, One Foot in the Grave Richard Wilson OBE (born Iain Carmichael Wilson; 9 July 1936) is a Scottish actor, theatre director and broadcaster. He played Victor Meldrew in the BBC sitcom One Foot in the Grave. A later role was as Gaius, the court physician of Camelot, in the BBC drama Merlin. Wilson was born in Greenock, Scotland...
3. Stella Gonet Stella Gonet Actress, Nicholas Nickleby
4. Charles Houston Charles Houston Actor, The True Mistery of the Passion
5. Gillian Berrie Gillian Berrie Thanks, Hell or High Water Gillian co-founded Sigma Films in 1996 with director David Mackenzie. Together they made several award winning shorts before embarking on their features; Last Great Wilderness, Hallam Foe, You Instead aka Tonight You're Mine, Perfect Sense and Starred Up. During this period Gillian also worked as Casting Director with Ken Loach on My Name is Joe and Lynne Ramsay on Ratcatcher...
6. Bill Bryden Bill Bryden Writer, Aria
7. Peter McDougall Peter McDougall Writer, A Sense of Freedom Born in Greenock, McDougall's early years were spent working in the shipyards. In his early twenties he moved to London and worked as a housepainter, and when painting Colin Welland's house talked of his days swinging the mace in the Orange Parades. Welland suggested he write a play about this. Never having even read a book in his life...
8. Barlowe Borland Barlowe Borland Actor, The Hound of the Baskervilles
9. Chic Murray Chic Murray Actor, Saigon -Year of the Cat-
10. Neil Paterson Neil Paterson Writer, Room at the Top
11. Duncan Lamont Duncan Lamont Music Department, The Man Who Fell to Earth Duncan Lamont was born on July 4, 1931 in Greenock, Scotland. Lamont began his career in the music industry leading his own band as a trumpet player in Scotland, which won him recognition from the illustrious publication Melody Maker in 1951. Following a stint with Kenny Graham's Afro Cubists in London...
12. Christopher Osborne Christopher Osborne Production Manager, Hooves of Clay
13. Lisa Gardner Lisa Gardner Actress, River City
14. Robert Harrison Robert Harrison Actor, Valhalla Rising Robert Harrison grew up and went to school in Greenock, Scotland in the 60s. With a keen interest in music from an early age he lists Pink Floyd as one of his favourite artists and a big influence in his music career. Robert joined his 1st band, Tut Ka Mun in the early 80s. Tut Ka Mun toured Scotland throughout the 80s before splitting up...
15. Laura D. McBryde Laura D. McBryde Actress, The Strange Case of Sherlock Holmes & Arthur Conan Doyle
16. Roy Hanlon Roy Hanlon Actor, A Sense of Freedom
17. Ernest Gordon Ernest Gordon Thanks, To End All Wars
18. Paul Barnett Paul Barnett Producer, Confessions of a Burning Man
19. Lee McKellar Lee McKellar Producer, Dirt
20. Neil Kenyon Neil Kenyon Actor, Golfing
21. Henri Temianka Henri Temianka Music Department, The Lost Weekend
22. John McGeoch John McGeoch Soundtrack, Point Break Played guitar for Magazine, Siouxsie and the Banshees, Visage, Armoury Show and Public Image Ltd.. He has been credited as an inspiration by U2 and most of the world's biggest rock bands. The Red Hot Chili Peppers' John Frusciante recently said that he taught himself to play "learning all John McGeoch's stuff in Magazine and Siouxsie and the Banshees"...
23. Danny McCahon Danny McCahon Writer, Casualty
24. Ron Brown Ron Brown Sound Department, Timewatch
25. Gordon Mackenzie Gordon Mackenzie Actor, H.M.S. Pinafore Mr Mackenzie joined the D'Oyly Carte Opera company as a tenor chorister in 1954, leaving in 1956, before re-joining in 1962. As well as appearing in the chorus, he also performed in the principal roles of Box in "Cox and Box" and the Defendant in "Trial by Jury", as well as in the smaller roles of the 1st Yeoman in "The Yeomen of the Guard" and Frencesco in "The Gondoliers"...
26. David Mackie David Mackie Music Department, The Pirates of Penzance
27. Lawrence Tynes Lawrence Tynes Self, Super Bowl XLII
27 names.