16 names.

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1. Tracie Bennett Tracie Bennett Actress, Shirley Valentine
2. Georgie Fame Georgie Fame Self, Episode #2.5 The beginnings of Georgie Fame started on June 26, 1943 when he was born as Clive Powell in Leigh, Lancashire. By 1957, at the age of 14, he had joined a local pop group called the Dominoes, as a pianist. In 1959 the group won a talent contest put on by bandleader Rory Blackwell, at which point Blackwell offered Clive a job playing piano with his band...
3. Oliver Lee Oliver Lee Actor, Exhibit A
4. Colin Welland Colin Welland Actor, Kes In a career of over 30 years this Lancashire-born former art teacher has achieved great success in acting, both in television and film and writing, for television, film and stage. His first film appearance is perhaps still his best-loved, the sympathetic Mr Farthing in Kes (1969), for which he won a BAFTA...
5. James Hilton James Hilton Writer, Mrs. Miniver
6. Gareth Farr Gareth Farr Actor, Uninvited Guests
7. Terry Scully Terry Scully Actor, The Asphyx
8. Lynda Lee-Potter Lynda Lee-Potter Self, Episode #9.5
9. Ian Ashpitel Ian Ashpitel Actor, Arthur Christmas
10. Lynn Lowton Lynn Lowton Actress, Backbeat
11. Ken Platt Ken Platt Actor, The Last of the All-Rounders With his flat cap, droll line in delivery and catch-phrase "I won't take me coat off - I'm not stopping!" Ken Platt was one of the last links with music hall and variety in Great Britain. Born in Leigh, Lancashire, Platt decided to become a comedian at the age of just 15. He bought a ukelele and performed at local concert parties where he was billed as 'the Pocket George Formby'...
12. Paul Mason Paul Mason Self, Crossing Steinbeck's America
13. Ronnie Taylor Ronnie Taylor Writer, Look Who's Coming for Ever
14. Ronnie Irani Ronnie Irani Self, Episode #38.35
15. Vincent Reddish Vincent Reddish Self, The New Infra-Red Telescope
16. Norman G. Arnold Norman G. Arnold Art Director, I See a Dark Stranger
16 names.