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1. Slash Slash Self, Brüno Saul Hudson, mainly known as Slash, was born on July 23, 1965, and was raised in Stoke-on-Trent. Both his parents worked in the entertainment business, his mother being a clothing designer (she did some of David Bowie's costumes) and his father being an art director for a record company. When Slash was 11 he moved with his mother to Los Angeles...
2. Max Minghella Max Minghella Actor, The Internship Max Giorgio Choa Minghella is an English-born actor, the son of Hong Kong-born choreographer Carolyn Choa and the late Oscar-winning, British-born director Anthony Minghella. His ancestry is half Italian, along with over one quarter Chinese, and smaller amounts of Parsee Indian, English, Irish, and Swedish...
3. Elizabeth Taylor Elizabeth Taylor Actress, Giant Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor was born in London, England, on February 27, 1932. Although she was born an English subject, her parents were Americans, art dealers from St. Louis, Missouri (her father had gone to London to set up a gallery). Her mother had been an actress on the stage, but gave up that vocation when she married...
4. Ione Skye Ione Skye Actress, Say Anything...
5. Stephen Fry Stephen Fry Actor, V for Vendetta Writer, actor, comedian, doer of good works, excellent good friend to the famous and not, Fry lives in his London SW1 flat and his Norfolk house when not traveling. Famous for his public declaration of celibacy in the "Tatler" back in the 1980s, Emma Thompson has characterised her friend as "90 percent gay...
6. Julian Richings Julian Richings Actor, Man of Steel Julian Richings was born in Oxford, England, and has become a familiar figure to Canadian cinema and television audiences, appearing in over 50 films and 20 separate television series. After training in drama at the University of Exeter and touring North America with a British stage production, Mr...
7. Dirk Bogarde Dirk Bogarde Actor, Death in Venice Sir Dirk Bogarde, distinguished film actor and writer, was born Derek Jules Gaspard Ulric Niven van den Bogaerde on March 28, 1921, to Ulric van den Bogaerde, the art editor of "The Times" (London) newspaper, and actress Margaret Niven in the London suburb of Hampstead. He was one of three children...
8. Samantha Eggar Samantha Eggar Actress, Hercules
9. Sue Holderness Sue Holderness Actress, Canned Laughter
10. James Faulkner James Faulkner Actor, Bridget Jones's Diary
11. Marianne Faithfull Marianne Faithfull Soundtrack, Thelma & Louise Probably best known for her highly publicized romantic link to Mick Jagger. Born December 29, 1946, to Eva, the Baroness Erisso, and Major Glynn Faithfull, a WWII British spy. Marianne Faithfull acted in several theater productions before she made her film debut appearance in I'll Never Forget What's'isname. Her character went down in history as the first person to use the F-word in a mainstream film...
12. Josephine Tewson Josephine Tewson Actress, The Hound of the Baskervilles She studied at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, and has an extensive stage and TV career. She also direct plays, and has appeared on stage at London's West End. Claim to fame in America is as the bumbling, coffee-spilling neighbor Elizabeth on Keeping Up Appearances.
13. Michael Winner Michael Winner Director, Death Wish Michael Winner was interested in film at an early age, especially writing, which brought him briefly to television. He then moved into directing at age 25, and after a few comedies and vehicles for pop stars, quickly switched to more dramatic films, attaining something of a trade mark for violence - frequently working with Charles Bronson...
14. Rosalyn Landor Rosalyn Landor Actress, Bad Influence Rosalyn Landor was born in Hampstead, London, in October 1958; and was sought- after as a child actress. During her teens, she attended the Royal Ballet School for two years before completing her education at Tolworth Girls School, near Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey, where she studied to A-level. After leaving school at the age of nineteen...
15. David Troughton David Troughton Actor, Fingersmith David Troughton was born in London on 9 June 1950, the son of noted Shakespearean actor Patrick Troughton. He started his own acting career at the Unicorn Theatre for Children. His stage career has included repertory at Leeds, Manchester and Bromley, roles at the Royal Court and the National Theatre....
16. Nicolas Coster Nicolas Coster Actor, All My Children
17. Margaret Nolan Margaret Nolan Actress, Goldfinger Today Margaret Nolan is probably best remembered for her role as 'Dink' in Goldfinger and her "Carry On..." films roles. Born in 1943 in London, Margaret Nolan had a career as a glamour model under the name of Vicki Kennedy, even posing for Playboy magazine. Entering films in 1963 in Saturday Night Out saw her catapulted into Goldfinger. Her roles in the "Carry On...
18. Verity Lambert Verity Lambert Producer, A Cry in the Dark A young Verity Lambert began her career as TV producer when given the chance to produce the new children's television sci-fi series Doctor Who in early 1963. Due to the fact this was her first job as a producer, Mervyn Pinfield was given guardian role over the series, but Verity's talents were soon recognised...
19. Angela Down Angela Down Actress, Emma
20. Emma Ridley Emma Ridley Actress, Return to Oz
21. Dinah Sheridan Dinah Sheridan Actress, Genevieve Dinah Sheridan was considered the quintessential English rose. With an alertness, elegance and quiet beauty second to none, she won the hearts of war-torn England during WWII. Born Dinah Nadyejda Mec in Hampstead in 1920, her Russian father and German mother were photographers to the Royal Family, by appointment to both the Queen and Queen Mother...
22. Michael Culver Michael Culver Actor, Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back
23. Gerry Anderson Gerry Anderson Writer, Thunderbirds
24. Harriet Thorpe Harriet Thorpe Actress, Life Is Sweet Harriet Thorpe was born June 8, 1957. She attended London's Central School of Speech and Drama before having success in television, playing the depressed and emotionally unfit mother in The Brittas Empire, and the recurring role of Fleur, one-half of the eccentric work-colleague duo, opposite Helen Lederer. In the adored and well received British series Absolutely Fabulous.
25. Dusty Springfield Dusty Springfield Soundtrack, Pulp Fiction Dusty Springfield has been acknowledged around the world as the best female soul singer that Britain ever produced. With her oddly erotic, throaty voice, she racked up a string of hits from the 1960s onwards. Born in London to Irish parents, Dusty grew up in and around London. Her early work included an all-girl trio...
26. John Mortimer John Mortimer Writer, The Innocents John Mortimer is a prolific writer for the theatre, films (starting during World War II, when he wrote scripts for the Crown Film Unit), television and radio. He also writes fiction and was a trial attorney for more than 30 years. Arguably his most famous creation is Horace Rumpole, "barrister at law...
27. Peter Glenville Peter Glenville Director, Becket A talented actor and distinguished stage director, Peter Glenville was the son of Shaun Glenville, the British music hall artist and noted pantomime dame. Born in London Glenville was educated at the Jesuit's Stonyhurst College where he appeared in a production of Hamlet in the 1930s where he was singled out by critics for his matinee idol looks...
28. Jon English Jon English Actor, The Pirates of Penzance
29. Miriam Karlin Miriam Karlin Actress, A Clockwork Orange
30. Sean Barrett Sean Barrett Actor, Return to Oz
31. Michael Troughton Michael Troughton Actor, Enigma Michael Troughton was born on March 2, 1955 in Hampstead, London, England. He trained at the Unicorn Theatre in London as an acting ASM under the guidance of the artistic director Matyelok Gibbs. Following two years with Watford Palace Theatre repertory company he started a career in television. He is an actor/writer best known for his roles in TV including Testament of Youth (1979)...
32. Joanna Hole Joanna Hole Actress, Half Light Joanna Hole (Jo Hole to her friends and colleagues) has worked as an actress in theatre and television for over 35 years and in the last 10 has also been working in feature films in a wide range of character roles. Early tv success as regular 'Sally Markham' in 'Tenko' and 'Madge (tour guide) in Miss Marple - Nemesis (with Joan Hickson) led to leads in No 1 touring theatre...
33. Amy Eldon Amy Eldon Producer, Dying to Tell the Story
34. Alexander Doré Alexander Doré Actor, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
35. Valerie Lush Valerie Lush Actress, Agatha Christie's Miss Marple: Nemesis
36. Jameela Jamil Jameela Jamil Self, Episode #1.6
37. Laurie Johnson Laurie Johnson Composer, Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb Prolific British composer who has written scores for over four hundred film and television series. Very much of the old school of film composers, he studied at the Royal Academy of Music in London and his scores reflect this classical training in their complexity. The trademark Johnson sound is the unusual use of strings with interesting chord combinations in frequent use...
38. Ronnie Taylor Ronnie Taylor Camera and Electrical Department, Star Wars Brilliant, much-respected camera operator and cinematographer, who worked for some of the biggest names in British, American and Italian Cinema. Starting out as an operator and working on many beautifully shot films throughout his career, he later served as cinematographer for Dario Argento and Richard Attenborough...
39. Paul Williamson Paul Williamson Actor, Emma
40. Damon Hill Damon Hill Self, Flying Finn First at Finish
41. William Hobbs William Hobbs Miscellaneous Crew, Shakespeare in Love
42. Betty Huntley-Wright Betty Huntley-Wright Actress, Gourmet Night
43. Moira Stuart Moira Stuart Self, Moira Stuart Moira Stuart became Britain's first black TV newsreader, working for the BBC first as a radio newsreader and continuity announcer in the 1970s and moving to television in 1981. She's now one of the UK's most recognizable TV faces, and was awarded the OBE in 2001 for services to news broadcasting.
44. Nicholas Winton Nicholas Winton Self, Into the Arms of Strangers: Stories of the Kindertransport
45. Hugh Wheeler Hugh Wheeler Writer, Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
46. Elizabeth Bradley Elizabeth Bradley Actress, An American Werewolf in London
47. Violet Bonham Carter Violet Bonham Carter Self, Munich or Peace in Our Time
48. Owen Aaronovitch Owen Aaronovitch Actor, Episode #1.4300
49. Amber Agha Amber Agha Actress, Song of Songs Lived in North Africa till age of 5, educated at The International School in Tanzania. Active member of Cambridge University drama scene. Approached by talent scout whilst playing Cleopatra open air at age 19 - but turned them down to complete degree. Offered "Midnights Children" (RSC) Tour 2 months out of RADA, turned it down to avoid being pigeon-holed...
50. Ronnie Maasz Ronnie Maasz Camera and Electrical Department, Highlander
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