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1. Dakota Blue Richards Dakota Blue Richards Actress, The Golden Compass
2. Carmen Ejogo Carmen Ejogo Actress, Selma Carmen Ejogo was born in Kensington, London, England, to a Nigerian father and a Scottish mother. Ejogo grew up in London. Ejogo's television career began in the UK in the early 1990s, where she presented the children's series Saturday Disney. Subsequently, she has had an acting career in the US. She has appeared in _Metro_ with Eddie Murphy...
3. Samantha Bond Samantha Bond Actress, GoldenEye
4. Francesca Annis Francesca Annis Actress, Dune English actress Francesca Annis, who has enjoyed a 50-plus year career, spanning seven decades in movies, television and the theater, was born in London six days after V-E Day, on May 14, 1945. Her father, Lester, was English, but her mother, Mariquita (aka Mara Purcell), was of Brazilian-French heritage...
5. Joss Ackland Joss Ackland Actor, Lethal Weapon 2 Joss Ackland, the distinguished English actor who has appeared in over 100 movies, scores of plays and a plethora of television programs in his six-decade career, was born Sidney Edmond Jocelyn Ackland on February 29, 1928, in North Kensington, London. After attending London's Central School of Speech and Drama...
6. Charlotte Lewis Charlotte Lewis Actress, The Golden Child
7. Finola Hughes Finola Hughes Actress, Like Crazy Finola Hughes was born in London. She studied at Arts Educational Schools and began her career in the Northern Ballet Company, after winning the Markova award. She went on to work in the West End, in the original cast of "Cats" and continued working with Andrew Lloyd Webber in "Song & Dance". After making Staying Alive in LA...
8. Stewart Granger Stewart Granger Actor, Scaramouche Stewart Granger was born James Leblanche Stewart in London, the grandson of the actor "Luigi Lablache". He attended Epsom College but left after deciding not to pursue a medical degree. He decided to try acting and attended Webber-Douglas School of Dramatic Art, London. By 1935, he made his stage debut in "The Cardinal" at the Little Theatre Hull ...
9. Peter Finch Peter Finch Actor, Network Despite being one of the finest actors of his generation, Peter Finch will be remembered as much for his reputation as a hard-drinking, hell-raising womanizer as for his performances on the screen. He was born in London in 1916 and went to live in Sydney, Australia, at the age of ten. There, he worked in a series of dead-end jobs before taking up acting...
10. John Gielgud John Gielgud Actor, Gandhi Sir John Gielgud is a highly distinguished and prolific performer who is considered to be one of the finest actors of his generation. A graduate of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London, Gielgud played his first Hamlet in 1930 and quickly established himself as one of the most eminent Shakespearean interpreters of his time...
11. Patricia Hitchcock Patricia Hitchcock Actress, Psycho
12. Andrew Lloyd Webber Andrew Lloyd Webber Soundtrack, The Phantom of the Opera Andrew Lloyd Webber is arguably the most successful composer of our time. He is best known for stage and film adaptations of his musicals Jesus Christ Superstar, Cats (1994), Evita, and The Phantom of the Opera. He was born on March 22, 1948, in South Kensington in London, England, the first of two sons of William Lloyd Webber...
13. Susan Hampshire Susan Hampshire Actress, Malpertuis Susan Hampshire, the English actress who has won three Emmy Awards, was born in Kensington, London on May 12, 1937. Her original ambition was to be a nurse, but she could not pass her O-Level exam in Latin. (She found out when she was 30 years old that she was dyslexic, and her work on dyslexia subsequently...
14. Renée Asherson Renée Asherson Actress, The Others A beautiful and durable actress of screen, stage and television. She played the bride of Laurence Olivier's title character in Henry V (1944) (Henry V). She later appeared in Maniacs on Wheels, a speedway drama with Dirk Bogarde. A frequent co-star of the actor Robert Donat, whom she married in 1953...
15. Anna Calder-Marshall Anna Calder-Marshall Actress, Wuthering Heights
16. Stephen Poliakoff Stephen Poliakoff Writer, The Lost Prince
17. Kimberley Garner Kimberley Garner Self, Episode #3.10
18. Dido Dido Soundtrack, Love Actually
19. Henry McGee Henry McGee Actor, Benny Hill's World Tour: New York!
20. Queen Victoria Queen Victoria Self, Her Majesty, Queen Victoria Princess Alexandrina Victoria was born on May 24, 1819 to the Duke and Duchess of Kent. Victoria as she was called was the granddaughter of King George III. When she was less than a year old her father died leaving her mother broke and at the mercy of her brother Leopold, the King of Belgium. Victoria lead a sheltered life in Kensington Palace while growing up...
21. Virginia Woolf Virginia Woolf Writer, Orlando London-born Virginia Woolf came from a wealthy family and, unlike her brothers, received her education at home, an unusual step for the times. Her parents had both had children from previous marriages, so she grew up with a variety of siblings, stepbrothers and stepsisters. Her father was a well-respected editor and author and the former son-in-law of William Makepeace Thackeray...
22. George Tovey George Tovey Actor, Frenzy
23. Beatrix Potter Beatrix Potter Writer, Tales of Beatrix Potter
24. William Franklyn William Franklyn Actor, The Satanic Rites of Dracula Debonair British actor at home on stage (since the age of 15), screen and TV. Initially, his roles tended to be dramatic but, by his 40s, he was increasingly playing tongue-in-cheek comedy parts. His smooth lounge-lizard voice has frequently been used for voice-overs on television advertisements (most famously a long-running campaign for Schweppes drinks) and TV trailers.
25. Joyce Carey Joyce Carey Actress, Brief Encounter Genteel London-born actress Joyce Carey came from a distinguished theatrical family. Her own lengthy career on the stage began in 1916, when she played Princess Katherine in an all-female ensemble of "Henry V". She made her debut on the legitimate stage in a small part in the West End production of the exotic melodrama "Mr.Wu"...
26. James D.R. Hickox James D.R. Hickox Director, Children of the Corn III: Urban Harvest
27. Fay Compton Fay Compton Actress, The Haunting
28. Harvey Harrison Harvey Harrison Camera and Electrical Department, V for Vendetta
29. Jennifer Paterson Jennifer Paterson Self, Fish & Shellfish
30. Peter Howell Peter Howell Actor, Shadowlands Peter Howell was born to Owen, a solicitor, and his wife Nora, nee Mally, on 25 October 1919. He attended Winchester College and Christ Church college, Oxford but left his study course when he was called up in 1939. Invalided out of the service in 1943 he became interested in acting through his sister Gillian...
31. Alison Leggatt Alison Leggatt Actress, Far from the Madding Crowd
32. Jill Freud Jill Freud Actress, Love Actually Daughter of Henry Walter Flewett (1892-1970) and Winifred Johnson Flewett (1896-1967). Educated at Sacred Heart Convent School (R.C.), London and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts (1945-1947). After being evacuated with her school to Oxford during the war, became a volunteer housekeeper and hen-keeper in the household of C.S...
33. Jean Gillie Jean Gillie Actress, Decoy Great Britain's killer answer to Hollywood's femme fatale Ann Savage, sultry-eyed, long-maned beauty Jean Gillie had a modest, lightweight career in her homeland before coming to the States and impressing American audiences in one classic film noir. Had the film been released by a major studio...
34. John Hawkesworth John Hawkesworth Writer, The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
35. Gary Wilmot Gary Wilmot Self, The Tony Ferrino Phenomenon
36. Oscar Quitak Oscar Quitak Actor, Brazil
37. Michael Warre Michael Warre Actor, Henry V
38. Damaris Hayman Damaris Hayman Actress, The Pink Panther Strikes Again
39. Martin Fitzmaurice Martin Fitzmaurice Self, Showbiz Darts
40. John Profumo John Profumo Self, General Election
41. Richard Baker Richard Baker Visual Effects, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1
42. Stirling Moss Stirling Moss Self, Hammond Meets Moss Born in London in 1929, Stirling Moss' love of auto racing ran in the family - his father, a dentist, had been a race car driver and had, in fact, raced at Indianapolis in 1924 and again in 1925. Interested in cars virtually from childhood, Moss began racing in earnest at 17. Two years later he took...
43. Ivor Montagu Ivor Montagu Writer, Scott of the Antarctic Film critic, author and filmmaker Ivor Montagu devoted most of his life to his two passions: cinema and leftist politics. Following studies at the Royal College of Science--where he obtained a degree in zoology and botany--and studies at King's College, Cambridge, where he earned a masters in zoology...
44. Philip Leaver Philip Leaver Actor, The Lady Vanishes
45. Herbert Beerbohm Tree Herbert Beerbohm Tree Actor, King John
46. Meadows White Meadows White Actor, Fiend Without a Face
47. Wilfred Noy Wilfred Noy Director, The Midnight Girl
48. Cyril Chadwick Cyril Chadwick Actor, The Iron Horse
49. Mrs. Patrick Campbell Mrs. Patrick Campbell Actress, The Money Moon
50. John Fashanu John Fashanu Self, Football Challenge
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