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1. Sophie Turner Sophie Turner Actress, Hardhome Sophie Turner was born in Northampton in England and grew up in Warwick. She attended Kings High School there and was a member of a local theatre group from a young age. Her breakthrough role was as Sansa Stark in the HBO hit series Game of Thrones.
2. Matt Smith Matt Smith Actor, Terminator Genisys Matt Smith is an English actor who shot to fame in the UK aged 26 when he was cast by producer Steven Moffat as the Eleventh Doctor in the BBC's iconic science-fiction adventure series Doctor Who. Matthew Robert Smith was born and raised in Northampton, the son of Lynne (Fidler) and David Smith...
3. Marc Warren Marc Warren Actor, Wanted
4. Louise Brealey Louise Brealey Actress, The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel Louise Brealey, also credited as Loo Brealey, is an English actress, writer and journalist. Born in Bozeat, Northamptonshire, England. She attended Kimbolton School, proceeding to read History at Cambridge. She then trained at the Lee Strasberg Institute in New York City and with clown teacher Philippe Gaulier...
5. Tim Minchin Tim Minchin Self, Tim Minchin: So Live
6. Joan Hickson Joan Hickson Actress, Miss Marple: The Mirror Crack'd from Side to Side Joan Hickson was born in 1906 at Kingsthorpe, Northampton. Her stage career began with provincial theater in 1927, going on to a long series of West End comedies, usually playing the part of a confused or eccentric middle-age woman. She performed at the Regent's Park Open Air Theater, at the time London was subject to World War II bombing...
7. Judy Carne Judy Carne Actress, The Americanization of Emily Trained in music and dance, tiny-framed, pixie-like Judy Carne was born Joyce Botterill in Northampton, England in 1939, the daughter of a grocer. Trained in dance, she appeared in music revues as a teenager and changed her name at the advice of a dance teacher. Slowly building up a career on British TV...
8. Robert Llewellyn Robert Llewellyn Actor, Mirrormask
9. Alan Moore Alan Moore Writer, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen
10. Anthony Higgins Anthony Higgins Actor, Raiders of the Lost Ark Higgins was born May 9, 1947 in East Northamptonshire, England to parents who had emigrated from Ireland just before World War II in search of economic opportunity. His parents lived in London during the Blitz. Eventually, they left London for Northamptonshire so that his father could obtain work as a builder for American army bases...
11. Nanette Newman Nanette Newman Actress, The Stepford Wives
12. Jonathan Adams Jonathan Adams Actor, The Rocky Horror Picture Show Originally trained as a painter, he studied art at Chelsea Art School and London University and taught in his hometown of Northhampton after spending time in the RAF Medical Corps. He was a performer with the Children's Theatre Company and was involved in several productions in London's West End, including two years in "Alibi For a Judge."
13. Mike Berry Mike Berry Actor, The Pop Star
14. Susan Turner-Cray Susan Turner-Cray Actress, James and the Giant Peach Born in England, her introduction into acting was with "The Leicestershire Youth Shakespeare Company which she was accepted into at the age of 15 and traveled to The Edinburgh Festival and Italy during school holidays. Distracted by dreams of escaping Northern England, at 18 Sue was offered a chance to model in Tokyo Japan which she did for 5 years inspiring her hit stage show "Manchester Girl"...
15. Omar Williams Omar Williams Actor, The Booty Bandit
16. Leopold Hughes Leopold Hughes Miscellaneous Crew, Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation
17. Ruari Cannon Ruari Cannon Actor, World War Z Ruari Cannon was born in 1991 in Northampton and was raised in Edinburgh, Scotland. He has one sister named Kirsty, and his parents are Eleanor and Malcolm Cannon. At Stewarts Melville College in Edinburgh he was involved heavily with sport and drama, and cultivated a love for the stage in productions like "The Merchant of Venice" where he played Shylock...
18. Jason Impey Jason Impey Director, Sick Bastard He was only 10 years old when he first picked up the camera and started self shooting independent short films that would turn into some of his controversial and often challenging features. After a few shorts as a child Jason went to study media at Bedford College at the age of 16 in which he gained a GNVQ...
19. Gian Sammarco Gian Sammarco Actor, Episode #1.1
20. Robert Goodman Robert Goodman Actor, Gangs of New York Robert Goodman was born in Northampton in the UK but now lives in central London. In the early days of his career between acting roles Robert worked as a London tour guide, and as a magician in the world famous Hamleys toy store in London's Regent Street. In his spare time Robert writes and makes his own short films...
21. Richard Coles Richard Coles Self, Jobs
22. Moira Foot Moira Foot Actress, Word of Sport
23. Rebecca Hunter Rebecca Hunter Actress, Episode #1.2026 Rebecca was the lead singer in the pop group All Stars, who starred in a CITV programme called _"StarStreet" (2000)_. She was also a presenter for Pop World on Channel Four.
24. Peter Murphy Peter Murphy Soundtrack, The Butterfly Effect Who is Peter Murphy? He has been called: the Literary Mystic. Sufi Sage. Seminal Artist. Legend. Icon. Peter Murphy's initial foray into the music world was as songwriter and front man for the influential late-70's band Bauhaus, who helped define what became known as post-punk. Murphy's dramatic brooding beauty...
25. Po-Chih Leong Po-Chih Leong Director, Immortality
26. Graham Ashley Graham Ashley Actor, Star Wars
27. Malcolm Arnold Malcolm Arnold Composer, The Bridge on the River Kwai Born in Northampton on 21st October 1921, Malcolm Arnold studied composition with Gordon Jacob and trumpet with Ernest Hall at the Royal College of Music. In 1941 he joined the trumpet section of the London Philharmonic Orchestra, becoming principal by 1943. After two years of war service and one season...
28. Toby Anstis Toby Anstis Self, Episode #1.1
29. Jamie Delano Jamie Delano Writer, Constantine
30. Mike Jeavons Mike Jeavons Actor, Baby Geniuses 4
31. William Alwyn William Alwyn Composer, A Night to Remember Virtuoso flautist and composer who taught at London's Royal Academy of Music as a professor from 1926 to 1955. During the war years, he was employed by the Ministry of Information, where he came to the fore as a composer of scores for documentary films which were used for morale building, the instruction of troops and for propaganda...
32. Faye Tozer Faye Tozer Self, Steps and Youngstown in Concert
33. Jeremy Wooding Jeremy Wooding Director, Bollywood Queen
34. Michael Da Costa Michael Da Costa Actor, Steptoe and Son
35. Tom Walls Tom Walls Actor, A Cuckoo in the Nest Comedy farceur Tom Walls is indelibly associated with the popular Aldwych Theatre farces of the 1920s and 1930s. Born in 1883, this English gent was a former constable and jockey before making his stage debut in 1905. As the star and producer of a succession of witty spoofs typically denigrating society's uppercrust...
36. Ricardia Bramley Ricardia Bramley Actress, Clouds of Sils Maria
37. Jo Whiley Jo Whiley Self, Glastonbury 2011
38. Mark Haddon Mark Haddon Writer, Fungus the Bogeyman
39. Joanne Campbell Joanne Campbell Actress, Alphabet Castle Joanne began her career in the 1980s at the Theatre Royal Stratford, where she became the first ever black Principle Boy in pantomime. She went on to appear at the Belgrade Theatre in Coventry and was a founder member of the BiBi Crew, the first company made up entirely of black actresses. As a part of the BiBi Crew...
40. Claude King Claude King Actor, Arrowsmith
41. Kylie Pentelow Kylie Pentelow Self, Episode dated 14 March 2013
42. Ashleigh Butler Ashleigh Butler Self, Episode #20.174
43. Daniel Ash Daniel Ash Soundtrack, American Psycho
44. Matt Legg Matt Legg Actor, Bronson Born in Northampton General Hospital, he lived in the small village of Draughton until the age of 5. His family then moved in to the 'Southend Hotel' Public House in Bedford, where they lived until 1984. They then moved again to another Public House, the 'Prince Albert' in Milton Keynes. Matt then worked in a meat packing factory at the age of 16...
45. Ben Cohen Ben Cohen Self, Episode #20.93
46. Andrew Collins Andrew Collins Self, Collins and Maconie's Movie Club Andrew Collins is an author, journalist and broadcaster whose first BBC1 sitcom, Not Going Out (co-written with star Lee Mack) won the Breakthrough Award at the Royal Television Society Awards and the Rose D'Or for Best Sitcom. He began his journalistic career at the NME, going on to edit Q magazine and Empire...
47. Michael Underwood Michael Underwood Self, Episode #1.6
48. Martin Stirling Martin Stirling Director, Flushed Martin Stirling is a multi-award winning director and writer, emerging from the world of short films and commercials with works that are playful and provocative. Described by Director's Notes as "one of the internet's most watched directors" he is best known for his socially committed storytelling....
49. Yolanda Beasley Yolanda Beasley Miscellaneous Crew, Sex After Kids Born in Northampton, England, Yolanda showed passion for the arts at a young age. She moved to Oshawa, Canada with her parents at ten months and spent her youth writing, performing, dancing, singing and modeling. She obtained a Bachelor of Arts at the University of Western Ontario and went on to pursue modeling in New York after graduation...
50. Kevin Haskins Kevin Haskins Soundtrack, The Perks of Being a Wallflower Kevin Haskins grew up in Northampton, England, a small market town, mainly known for its boot and shoe industry. His interest in music began as a child with The Beatles but it was when he saw David Bowie's androgynous performance of Star Man on an after school TV show, that he knew he wanted to be in a rock group...
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