25 names.

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1. Frank Oz Frank Oz Actor, Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back
2. Matt Milne Matt Milne Actor, War Horse
3. Ellie Goulding Ellie Goulding Soundtrack, Kick-Ass
4. Beryl Reid Beryl Reid Actress, The Killing of Sister George Beryl Reid was the daughter of Scottish parents and grew up in industrial Manchester, England. She left home at the age of 16 to go and work in a shop. She lasted 6 weeks. She applied for and was accepted in a revue in the Summer season in Bridlington. She had no formal training but joined the National Theater in London as a comedy actress...
5. Will Adamsdale Will Adamsdale Actor, Pirate Radio Born in England in 1974, Will was partially brought up in America, where his father was in the Army. It was here that he picked up the accent for his comic persona, the motivational speaker Chris John Jackson. He went to Eton College in England and the Oxford School of Drama and started to gain stage notice in 1999...
6. Jo Stone-Fewings Jo Stone-Fewings Actor, The Parting of the Ways Jo was born in Hereford in 1967 and studied acting at the Welsh College of Music and Drama, first coming to notice for his stage work with the English National Theatre in the late 1980s. From 1994 through to 2001 he was a prominent member of the Royal Shakespeare Company in London, Stratford-on-Avon and in touring productions and it was the Company that brought him together with his wife...
7. Rod Mullinar Rod Mullinar Actor, Dead Calm
8. Faith Kent Faith Kent Actress, Half Moon Street
9. Gilbert Harding Gilbert Harding Self, Episode dated 16 July 1956 Probably the most famous personality on British TV in the 1950s, Gilbert Harding was notorious for his rudeness and short temper as a panel member on the genteel parlor game What's My Line, a program he occasionally presented. He also appeared in several British films, mostly playing himself. His most celebrated (if not infamous) appearance on film or TV was on the interview show Face to Face...
10. Martin Chambers Martin Chambers Self, The Pretenders: Live in London
11. James Honeyman-Scott James Honeyman-Scott Soundtrack, Lost in Translation
12. Gia Marie Barbera Gia Marie Barbera Self, The Independent Session Smart, sassy and sexy, Gia's career path has not exactly been what one would call traditional. Gia Marie Barbera was born in Hereford, her father is English, and her mothers ancestry included Swedish and Italian. At the age of 12, she discovered she had a talent for cross country running when she began representing her school in races...
13. Kenneth Hope Kenneth Hope Director, Superstition Kenneth was born in Hereford in the United Kingdom. Having attended the local boys' school and after a short tenure at Hereford School of Art Kenneth moved to London in order to pursue a career in photography. He quickly established himself in the area of editorial and advertising and in 1974 moved to Amsterdam where he collaborated with the internationally renowned magazine "Avenue"...
14. Peter Farndon Peter Farndon Soundtrack, Cheech and Chong's Next Movie
15. Mick Ralphs Mick Ralphs Soundtrack, Old School
16. David Garrick David Garrick Writer, Richard III
17. Christopher Nichol Christopher Nichol Actor, Crocodile Shoes
18. John Blashford-Snell John Blashford-Snell Actor, Conquest of the Blue Nile
19. Alan Leighton Alan Leighton Self, Episode dated 29 June 2007
20. Mary Webb Mary Webb Writer, Gone to Earth
21. Richard Johnson Richard Johnson Self, Episode #37.33
22. Sean Hince Sean Hince Visual Effects, V for Vendetta
23. Lynn Carol Robinson Lynn Carol Robinson Miscellaneous Crew, Swept from the Sea
24. Mary Hatton Mary Hatton Actress, The Insect Play
25. Leslie Law Leslie Law Self, Sport at Heart
25 names.