7 names.

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1. Gary Oldman Gary Oldman Actor, The Dark Knight Rises Gary Oldman, the son of a welder and a homemaker, won a scholarship to Britain's Rose Bruford Drama College, where he received a B.A. in theatre arts in 1979. He subsequently studied with the Greenwich Young People's Theatre and went on to appear in a number of plays throughout the early '80s, including...
2. Jessa French Jessa French Actress, Sweetzer Jessa French has a gift for deception. This sunny, doe-eyed blond has an innocently magnetic, room-illuminating charm; yet, she has convinced millions of viewers otherwise, amassing a resume that reads like a rap sheet. Addict. Exhibitionist. Gangbanger. Prostitute. Religious fanatic. Arsonist. Murderer...
3. John Bailey John Bailey Actor, The Night Won't Talk
4. R.F. Delderfield R.F. Delderfield Writer, Carry on Sergeant
5. Terence Frisby Terence Frisby Writer, There's a Girl in My Soup
6. H.B. Hallam H.B. Hallam Actor, The Divorce of Lady X
7. Heddle Nash Heddle Nash Actor, A Tale of Two Cities Leading British tenor. Made his debut in Milan, Italy in 1924, and was still singing thirty-five years later. Thought by some to be Britain's finest-ever tenor. His singing had an appealing simplicity and natural sincerity: his effortless, light timbre is unmistakeable. He sang largely in Great Britain...
7 names.