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1. Rosie Huntington-Whiteley Rosie Huntington-Whiteley Actress, Transformers: Dark of the Moon Rosie Alice Huntington-Whiteley was born in Plymouth, Devon, England (Freedom Fields Hospital), and grew up on her parents' country farm. She attended Tavistock College and has been modeling since 2003 for a variety of clothiers: Abercrombie & Fitch, Burberry, Bloomingdale's, Ralph Lauren, DKNY. She...
2. Donald Moffat Donald Moffat Actor, The Thing
3. Emma Pierson Emma Pierson Actress, Bloodlines
4. Douglas Hodge Douglas Hodge Actor, Robin Hood
5. Maggie Steed Maggie Steed Actress, The Painted Veil Born Margaret Baker in Plymouth, Devon, in 1946, Maggie Steed studied drama with the Old Vic Theatre School in Bristol, graduating in the late 1960s. However, her first professional engagements were as an assistant stage manager, working behind the scenes in a somewhat lowly capacity, because, she says...
6. Richard Greene Richard Greene Actor, The Little Princess Before achieving his greatest fame in the 1950s as television's "Robin Hood", handsome Richard Greene had a significant if largely unremarkable film career, turning in several skillful leading man performances in the late 1930s before becoming type-cast in routine costume adventures. Like his friendly rival...
7. Donald Sinden Donald Sinden Actor, The Cruel Sea The son of a country chemist, the British actor Donald Sinden intended to pursue a career in architecture but was spotted in an amateur theatrical production and asked to join a company that entertained the troops during World War II (Sinden was rejected for naval service because of asthma). Following a brief training at drama school...
8. Emily Barclay Emily Barclay Actress, Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole
9. Judi Trott Judi Trott Actress, The Cross of St. Ciricus
10. Tom Daley Tom Daley Self, Heat 1 British diver specialising in the 10 metre platform event. In July 2007 was ranked 6th in the FINA Diving World Rankings men's 10-metre platform category. By July was ranked equal 17th, due to not participating in recent FINA Grand Prix meetings. Represented Great Britain in the 2008 Summer Olympics in the 10m platform and 10m platform synchro competitions.
11. Dave Atkins Dave Atkins Actor, Hellraiser
12. Gareth Carrivick Gareth Carrivick Director, Frequently Asked Questions About Time Travel
13. David Gwillim David Gwillim Actor, The Island at the Top of the World David Gwillim was a leading man on British Television in the 1970s to the mid 1980s. Best known for playing Prince Hal in Henry IV Part I, Henry IV Part II opposite Sir Anthony Quayle and later the title role in Henry V in the 'BBC Shakespeare Television series'. Other leading roles included the Television mini series Anna Karenina...
14. Daphne Heard Daphne Heard Actress, The Triple Echo
15. Ann Holloway Ann Holloway Actress, The Hurricane The daughter of an entertainer, Ann was educated at Covents in Chelsea and Hertford and Mater Dei College in Welwyn Garden City. She started her career as a dancer before switching to acting. As an actress, she appeared on the London stage in plays such as "Spring Awakening" and "The Knack". Ann married the actor Michael MacKenzie. In her free time, she enjoys reading modern literature and poetry.
16. Laith Nakli Laith Nakli Actor, The Visitor
17. Wayne Sleep Wayne Sleep Self, Dash
18. Ron Goodwin Ron Goodwin Composer, Where Eagles Dare Ron Goodwin was born on 17th February 1925 in Plymouth. He was the son of a London policeman who was detached to the harbour-town. His mother felt that piano lessons would be a good pastime, so in his fifth year, the little Ron was hoisted onto a piano-stool and his education on this instrument began. Ron himself was at that time not really convinced about that parental ambition...
19. John Ashton Thomas John Ashton Thomas Music Department, Bolt
20. Adrienne Hill Adrienne Hill Actress, The Nightmare Begins Plymouth-born Adrienne Hill trained in acting at the Bristol Old Vic, then spent some time with the Old Vic Company in London, followed by eight years' work in repertory theatre. Having been spotted by Doctor Who production assistant Viktors Ritelis while understudying for Maggie Smith in a play called "Mary...
21. Christopher Lillicrap Christopher Lillicrap Self, Episode #4.9
22. Judi Spiers Judi Spiers Self, Episode dated 1 April 1994
23. Craig Luck Craig Luck Miscellaneous Crew, Thor: The Dark World After aborting the aspiration of becoming an airline pilot as a young teenager, Craig decided to turn his attention to the other passion in his life, film. A focus spearheaded by the love for storytelling and the technology to articulate them. Since attending and graduating from UCA, where he trained as a director...
24. Michael Shepley Michael Shepley Actor, Mine Own Executioner
25. Sharron Davies Sharron Davies Self, Round One: Blue vs Yellow
26. Margaret Anderson Margaret Anderson Actress, The Barefoot Contessa
27. Nathanjohn Carter Nathanjohn Carter Actor, Ra.One Versatile and eclectic Actor. Nathanjohn was born to English parents though his Grandfather was Hungarian from Italian descent and his Grandmother Welsh from Irish descent. He studied Dramatic Art in England throughout his adolescence. Nathanjohn's childhood dreams of acting were put on hold for many years when he moved to Spain and ended up teaching English as a foreign language to pay the bills...
28. Lewis Peek Lewis Peek Actor, The Wraithe
29. Victor Canning Victor Canning Writer, Family Plot
30. Bob Block Bob Block Writer, Family Affair
31. William Bligh William Bligh Writer, Captain Bligh: Mutiny on the Bounty Captain (later Vice Admiral) William Bligh will be remembered as the infamous captain of the HMS Bounty. He went to sea at the age of 15 as sailing master to the famous explorer Captain James Cook on his 2nd voyage round the world (1772-4) aboard the HMS Resolution. It was he who discovered bread-fruit at Otaheite (Tahiti)...
32. Jack Train Jack Train Actor, Colonel Bogey
33. Frederick Culley Frederick Culley Actor, The Four Feathers
34. Rebecca Lenkiewicz Rebecca Lenkiewicz Actress, Wonderland Rebecca Lenkiewicz worked as a table dancer in Soho, which was the inspiration for her first play - A Tale of Table Dancers. The RSC were searching for plays with parts for women. Rebecca was working there as an actress and presented her play to be read and considered. The play was commissioned and taken to the Pleasance Theatre in Edinburgh where it was a surprise hit...
35. Duncan Skinner Duncan Skinner Actor, Madonna Calls Fassbinder
36. Arthur Lavis Arthur Lavis Cinematographer, The Earth Dies Screaming
37. John Inverdale John Inverdale Self, 2014: Day 13
38. Bill Ward Bill Ward Producer, Christmas with the Larkins
39. James Basevi James Basevi Art Director, The Searchers James Basevi saw military service with the 2nd Canadian Division during the First World War and fought at the Battle of Amiens as a machine gunner. He attained the rank of major and was decorated and mentioned in dispatches . After being demobilized, he first returned to Canada, then settled in the United States...
40. John Trumper John Trumper Editor, The Italian Job
41. George Passmore George Passmore Self, With Gilbert & George
42. Trevor Francis Trevor Francis Self, Episode #1.25
43. Donald Stokes Donald Stokes Self, Austin Allegro
44. Tonia Couch Tonia Couch Self, Episode #2.14
45. Jerry Crocker Jerry Crocker Actor, Tanner
46. Oliver Crocker Oliver Crocker Producer, Tanner Experienced Producer/Director, Shooter and Writer. Oliver graduated from York St. John's University with a BA (Hons) Degree in Theatre, Film & Television Studies in 2007. His debut feature film, Tanner, was nominated for several Best Film awards at Film Festivals worldwide. He produced the...
47. Peter Orton Peter Orton Producer, The Wind in the Willows
48. Walter Stradling Walter Stradling Cinematographer, Stella Maris
49. Michael Foot Michael Foot Self, The War of the Worlds: Great Books
50. Christopher Clements Christopher Clements Producer, Birdwatcher
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