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1. Keira Knightley Keira Knightley Actress, Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl Keira Christina Knightley was born in the South West Greater London suburb of Richmond on March 26th 1985. She is the daughter of actor Will Knightley and actress turned playwright Sharman Macdonald. An older brother, Caleb Knightley, was born in 1979. Her father is English, while her Scottish-born mother is of Scottish and Welsh origin...
2. Claire Forlani Claire Forlani Actress, Meet Joe Black Claire Forlani was born in the United Kingdom and grew up in London. Educated at Arts Educational School, she moved to the United States with her parents Pier Luigi and Barbara Forlani when she was 19 and began starring in films. Claire has had leading roles in such films as Meet Joe Black, Basquiat...
3. Rufus Sewell Rufus Sewell Actor, Dark City Rufus Sewell was born on the 29th of October 1967 in Twickenham, England. His mother, Jo, was Welsh, and was an artist and painter. His father, Bill, was an Australian animator who died when Rufus was 10. He has one brother, Caspar. He attended London's Central School of Speech and Drama and left in June of 1989 after completing three years of training...
4. Minnie Driver Minnie Driver Actress, Princess Mononoke Amelia Fiona J. Driver was born January 31, 1970 in Finsbury Park, London. Her mother, Gaynor Churchward (née Millington), was a designer and former couture model, and her father, Charles Ronald "Ronnie" Driver, was a businessman. She has a sister, Kate Driver, who is a model and a producer. Minnie's mother was her father's mistress...
5. Gabrielle Anwar Gabrielle Anwar Actress, Burn Notice Her father is Tariq Anwar and her mother is Shireen Anwar. Anwar attended Laleham Church of England Primary and Middle School from 1975 to 1982. Trinian's sketch in the school concert of 1982 gave an early indication of her theatrical leanings. She studied at the London drama and dance school...
6. Elton John Elton John Music Department, The Lion King Sir Elton John is one of pop music's great survivors. Born 25 March, 1947, as Reginald Kenneth Dwight, he started to play the piano at the early age of four. At the age of 11, he won a scholarship to the Royal Academy of Music. His first band was called Bluesology. He later auditioned (unsuccessfully) as lead singer for the progressive rock bands King Crimson and Gentle Giant...
7. Toby Stephens Toby Stephens Actor, Die Another Day Toby Stephens began his acting career while a stagehand at the Chichester Festival Theatre, in end-of-season productions mounted by the crew. In his brief professional career, he has already won the Sir John Gielgud Prize for Best Actor and the Ian Charleson Award for his performance in the title role of "Coriolanus" at the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1994...
8. Archie Panjabi Archie Panjabi Actress, The Good Wife Archie made her film debut in the British hit East Is East. Since then, she has continued to work on international blockbuster films, from Bend It Like Beckham and The Constant Gardener to critically acclaimed films like A Mighty Heart (starring opposite Angelina Jolie) and Yasmin (written by Simon Beaufoy)...
9. Jane Seymour Jane Seymour Actress, Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman
10. Michelle Ryan Michelle Ryan Actress, Bionic Woman Michelle Ryan was born on April 22nd, 1984 in Enfield, Middlesex, England. She started her career performing in a Dance Gala at The London Palladium with "Wayne Sleep" (1998), with her first television role being "Dolores" in the children's program, Fair Is Foul and Fouls Are Fair. She then went on to play "Zoe Slater" in the BBC Soap...
11. Lucy Liemann Lucy Liemann Actress, The Bourne Ultimatum
12. Josh Herdman Josh Herdman Actor, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone Joshua was born in Hampton, England to Martin and Jessica Herdman. He is the youngest of four boys. He started acting when he was about seven. His father is an actor and got him an agent. He got his big break when he auditioned for "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone" and got the part of Gregory Goyle...
13. Julian Rhind-Tutt Julian Rhind-Tutt Actor, Lucy
14. Shirley Eaton Shirley Eaton Actress, Goldfinger Long before Bea Arthur, Estelle Getty and company showed up in 80s TV households, Hollywood had, in effect, its own original "Golden Girl"...literally...in the form of stunning British actress Shirley Eaton. Although she found definitive cult stardom in 1964 with her final golden moment in a certain "007" film...
15. Tom Goodman-Hill Tom Goodman-Hill Actor, Everest
16. Clare-Hope Ashitey Clare-Hope Ashitey Actress, Children of Men
17. Eleanor Bron Eleanor Bron Actress, A Little Princess There is one strange, mesmerizing film scene that easily sums up the disturbing fascination Eleanor Bron brought to her characters on stage, TV and in the cinema. This is the classic fig-eating scene which she shares with Alan Bates in the Oscar-winning drama Women in Love. It is not to be missed...
18. Julia McKenzie Julia McKenzie Actress, Notes on a Scandal
19. Lynne Frederick Lynne Frederick Actress, Nicholas and Alexandra Lynne Frederick was a promising and ascending British actress of the 1970s. For ten years she captivated movie goers with her perfect combination of girl next door beauty, an angelic smile, an ethereal charm, and a classic fairy tale princess look that was all put into one gifted package. Although best remembered as the fourth and final wife of British comedian...
20. Richard Durden Richard Durden Actor, From Paris with Love
21. Henry Jackman Henry Jackman Composer, X-Men: First Class Henry Jackman, born in Hillingdon, Middlesex, UK, began composing his first symphony at age six, and was an accomplished composer by age nine. He went on to study classical music at St. Paul's Cathedral Choir School, Eton College, Framlingham College and Oxford University. As a teenager, he became heavily influenced by the underground rave scene...
22. Simon Monjack Simon Monjack Writer, Factory Girl Simon Monjack was born on March 9, 1970 in Hillingdo, Middlesex, England. Simon has been known mainly for dating and marrying the late film and television star Brittany Murphy. The two were wed on April 12, 2007. Brittany passed away on December 19, 2009 at the age of 32 at their Rising Glen estate in the Hollywood Hills...
23. Bernard Lee Bernard Lee Actor, Dr. No Best remembered as 'M' in the James Bond films, Bernard Lee was a popular character player in British films throughout the 1950s and 1960s. Born into a theatrical family, he made his stage debut at age six and later attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. He first appeared on the West End stage in London in 1928...
24. Billy Idol Billy Idol Soundtrack, Speed Born William Michael Albert Broad in Middlesex, England, in 1955, the first child of Bill and Joan Broad. When he was 2, his father moved the family to Long Island, New York, in pursuit of the American dream. They returned 4 years later (now with a baby sister, Jane) to Dorking. America made a big impression on Billy; he loved the big cars and rock music...
25. Chris Larkin Chris Larkin Actor, Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World
26. Jack Roth Jack Roth Actor, Rogue One Jack Roth, born in 1984, is the son of actor Tim Roth (Pulp Fiction, Reservoir Dogs, etc) and award-winning writer and producer Lori Baker. He did not attend drama school, his acting talent was learned from his environment. Jack is best known for his roles as 'Max' in Sky Living's second series of 'Bedlam'(2012) and Dolge Orlick in BBC's 'Great Expectations'(2011)...
27. Linda Hayden Linda Hayden Actress, Taste the Blood of Dracula Gorgeous and voluptuous blonde actress Linda Hayden made a strong and lasting impression with her steamy portrayals of lusty nymphets and tempting seductresses in a handful of pictures made in the 60s and 70s. Linda was born on January 19, 1953 in Stanmore, Middlesex, England. She studied her craft at the esteemed Aida Foster Stage School...
28. Angharad Rees Angharad Rees Actress, Poldark
29. Michael Anderson Jr. Michael Anderson Jr. Actor, Logan's Run
30. Michael Gothard Michael Gothard Actor, For Your Eyes Only Michael Gothard was born in London on June 24, 1939. He left school at 17 with little idea of what he wanted to do. He traveled around Europe, washing dishes in restaurants, as a house cleaner and building laborer. He spent a year in Paris, living in the Latin Quarter. He dabbled in modeling, but never felt comfortable doing so...
31. Peter Sallis Peter Sallis Actor, Last of the Summer Wine
32. Ron Moody Ron Moody Actor, Oliver! Equipped with a crooked, leering smirk and devilish gleam in his eye, the homely, yet beautifully expressive mug of actor Ron Moody will be most assuredly remembered for one signature role, despite the fact that the talented comedian had much, much more to offer. Carol Channing may have had her Dolly Levi and Yul Brynner his King of Siam...
33. Noël Coward Noël Coward Writer, Easy Virtue Noel Coward virtually invented the concept of Englishness for the 20th century. An astounding polymath - dramatist, actor, writer, composer, lyricist, painter, and wit -- he was defined by his Englishness as much as he defined it. He was indeed the first Brit pop star, the first ambassador of "cool Britannia." Even before his 1924 drugs-and-sex scandal of The Vortex...
34. Stuart Baird Stuart Baird Editor, Skyfall
35. Gaye Brown Gaye Brown Actress, A Clockwork Orange
36. Alice Hunter Alice Hunter Actress, Another Period
37. Nicholas Bond-Owen Nicholas Bond-Owen Actor, George & Mildred
38. Cariad Lloyd Cariad Lloyd Actress, Hallo Panda
39. Adrian Hall Adrian Hall Actor, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
40. Brian May Brian May Soundtrack, Spider-Man 2 Brian May is widely acknowledged as one of the most influential, innovative, technically gifted and recognisable guitarists in the history of rock. He is also a prolific songwriter, responsible for writing or co-writing many international hits with Queen. He was educated at Hampton Grammar School in London...
41. Bernard Miles Bernard Miles Actor, The Man Who Knew Too Much The British character actor Bernard Miles was born in Uxbridge, Middlesex, England, in 1907; his father was a farm laborer and his mother was a cook. After graduation from Pembroke College, Oxford, he was a teacher for a while and then joined the New Theatre in London. In 1937, he worked in Herbert Farjeon's revue company and established his theatrical career...
42. Hattie Hayridge Hattie Hayridge Actress, Red Dwarf
43. Kwame Kwei-Armah Kwame Kwei-Armah Actor, Casualty
44. Jimmy Page Jimmy Page Soundtrack, Godzilla
45. Tony Hendra Tony Hendra Writer, That Was the Week That Was
46. Bill Owen Bill Owen Actor, Last of the Summer Wine This English actor was born of humble, working class beginnings and became well-known for playing the same kind of blokes on both film and TV. Born William Rowbotham, he was the son of a tram driver and laundress. He knew early on that entertaining was the life for him. He worked in odd jobs as a printer's apprentice and band vocalist to make do and...
47. Charles Hawtrey Charles Hawtrey Actor, Carry on Camping Coming from a theatrical family (although not related to the famous Edwardian actor Sir Charles Hawtrey, he did "borrow" his last name), Charles Hawtrey made his stage debut at age 11 after having spent several years in a prestigious acting school. A string of stage roles followed, and by 1929 his success led him to move into radio...
48. Ronnie Wood Ronnie Wood Producer, Shine a Light
49. June Duprez June Duprez Actress, The Thief of Bagdad Glamorous June Duprez was born in Teddington, England, during an air raid on May 14, 1918. Her father, Fred Duprez, was an American vaudevillian who found stage and film work in England. She herself picked up an interest in performing and eventually joined the Coventry Repertory Company to gather the necessary stage experience...
50. Peter Cellier Peter Cellier Actor, Barry Lyndon
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