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1. John Madden John Madden Director, Shakespeare in Love
2. Bryony Hannah Bryony Hannah Actress, Call the Midwife
3. Kirsty Dillon Kirsty Dillon Actress, Locke Kirsty Dillon was born in 1976 in Portsmouth, Hampshire, England. She is an actress, known for Locke, Midsomer Murders, as well as her voice acting work on the adventure game Clock Tower 3. Kirsty Dillon is a graduate of Glodsmiths', University of London. She has also collaborated with the White Ribbon and is an ambassador for the project...
4. George Costigan George Costigan Actor, Garage George Costigan is an English actor. Born in Portsmouth, Hampshire, Costigan grew up in Salford, Lancashire. After attending St Augustine's C of E Primary School on Bolton Road in Pendlebury, he went to Wardley Grammar School on Mardale Avenue in Wardley near Swinton. Costigan has been on television since 1978...
5. Lorraine Stanley Lorraine Stanley Actress, London to Brighton
6. Stephen Marcus Stephen Marcus Actor, Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels Stephen became an actor in 1984 after 3 years of training at Arts Educational Schools in London; he spent the first 6 months of his career touring round London parks and schools in "Robin Hood & The Tree Trick" which was quickly followed by his first film role as Moose in the cult film "My Beautiful Laundrette"...
7. Marc Wootton Marc Wootton Actor, Frequently Asked Questions About Time Travel
8. Alison Owen Alison Owen Producer, Shaun of the Dead
9. Aubrey Morris Aubrey Morris Actor, A Clockwork Orange He was one of those delightful, typically British, actors with a penchant for playing eccentrics. Early in his career, Jeremy Brett once quaintly introduced Aubrey Morris to Noël Coward as "the finest small-part player in London". Born Aubrey Steinberg of Jewish-Ukrainian ancestry, he was one...
10. Sophiya Haque Sophiya Haque Actress, Wanted Sophia Haque rose to fame as a VJ/host on pop-music channels broadcast by India in the 1990s (via satellite). Her amiable personality and attractive appearance made her a favorite with many viewers, and led to her being offered bit parts in Indian films. A lead role in the low-budget comedy film 'Snip!' followed...
11. Michael Ripper Michael Ripper Actor, The Mummy The British character actor Michael Ripper was born in 1913 in Portsmouth, Hampshire, England. His father was a speech therapist and encouraged him to participate in diction and public speaking competitions. From this, the young Michael gained an interest in acting and got his first taste of the stage through his father's amateur dramatics company...
12. Charles Dickens Charles Dickens Writer, A Christmas Carol Charles Dickens' father was a clerk at the Naval Pay Office, and because of this the family had to move from place to place: Plymouth, London, Chatham. It was a large family and despite hard work, his father couldn't earn enough money. In 1823 he was arrested for debt and Charles had to start working in a factory...
13. Paul Chequer Paul Chequer Actor, As If
14. Montagu Love Montagu Love Actor, The Adventures of Robin Hood Montague Love - certainly an intriguing name - but his own - started his working life as a newspaper man in London. His primary expertise centered on being a field illustrator and cartoonist who covered the Boer War (1899-1902). His realistic battle sketches gained him popularity among readers, but he was bound for a different career...
15. Nicola Duffett Nicola Duffett Actress, Family Affairs
16. Christopher Hitchens Christopher Hitchens Writer, Hell's Angel Christopher Eric Hitchens (born April 13, 1949) was a British-American author, journalist, and literary critic. He was a columnist at Vanity Fair, The Atlantic, The Nation, Slate, and Free Inquiry. Hitchens is known for his atheism and anti-theism and was a firm believer in the Enlightenment values of secularism...
17. Roland Orzabal Roland Orzabal Soundtrack, Donnie Darko
18. Hugh Futcher Hugh Futcher Actor, Repulsion
19. Emma Barton Emma Barton Actress, EastEnders
20. Janet Spencer-Turner Janet Spencer-Turner Actress, A for Andromeda
21. Brett Fancy Brett Fancy Actor, Kill Me Now Brett is the son of a dockyard worker and grew up in Portsmouth, England. When working on the stage crew at the Chichester Festival Theatre, and watching from the wings, the great Sir John Mills, Brett decided he wanted to act and he applied for drama school. He attended the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in the Barbican...
22. Roger Black Roger Black Self, Spelling Bee
23. Paul Jones Paul Jones Actor, Privilege
24. Gerald Flood Gerald Flood Actor, Patton Gerald Flood was born in Portsmouth, son of a Naval family. He was a wireless operator during the War and worked as a filing clerk after the War ended until he landed a job with the Farnham Repertory Company. It was there that he met his future wife, Anne. He toured in rep, and appeared in productions...
25. Adam Starks Adam Starks Actor, The Beast of Bodmin Moor
26. Andrew Seear Andrew Seear Actor, Shadowlands
27. Marcus Patric Marcus Patric Actor, In the City
28. Mike Rutherford Mike Rutherford Soundtrack, American Psycho If drummer and singer Phil Collins became the superstar of Genesis, it could be said that Mike Rutherford was the secret weapon on their way to fame, fortune and selling out the world's biggest venues. He wrote the lyrics for their first major international single, Follow You Follow Me, which became a UK top ten and a US top 30 hit...
29. Amanda Lamb Amanda Lamb Self, The Wright Stuff
30. Nick Dear Nick Dear Writer, Byron
31. Julia Fordham Julia Fordham Soundtrack, Some Girls
32. Roger Hodgson Roger Hodgson Soundtrack, Magnolia Roger Hodgson has been recognized as one of the most gifted composers, songwriters and lyricists of our time. As the legendary voice of Supertramp and composer of many of the band's greatest hits, he gave us "Give a Little Bit," "The Logical Song," "Dreamer," "Take the Long Way Home," "Breakfast In...
33. Alec Christie Alec Christie Producer, Rainey Day
34. Mark Austin Mark Austin Self, Who Killed My Dad? The Death of Terry Lloyd
35. Christopher Logue Christopher Logue Actor, The Devils
36. Michael Middleton-Downer Michael Middleton-Downer Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, Bridget Jones's Baby
37. Brian Hayles Brian Hayles Writer, United!
38. Nathan Webb Nathan Webb Actor, Chicken and Waffles
39. Charlotte Jackson Charlotte Jackson Actress, Keith Lemon: The Film
40. Matt Edmondson Matt Edmondson Writer, TV Od
41. Bessie Cursons Bessie Cursons Actress, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies
42. James Francis Andrews James Francis Andrews Actor, My Name Is Steven James was born in Portsmouth, Hampshire on 22nd March 1984, to Derek and Rose Andrews. The third of five children, he loved acting and singing from an early age and performed in many school plays, including playing the lead role in Joseph. After leaving secondary school with 9 GCSEs, he attended Fareham College where he studied A-Levels in Art & Design...
43. Robert Lang Robert Lang Visual Effects, P.O.W. Bandi Yuddh Ke
44. Kate Dove Kate Dove Actress, Emmerdale Farm
45. Roger Dicken Roger Dicken Special Effects, Alien
46. Peter Taylor Peter Taylor Editor, The Bridge on the River Kwai
47. Staten Cousins-Roe Staten Cousins-Roe Producer, This Way Out
48. Althea Parker Althea Parker Actress, The Suffragette
49. Peter Leabourne Peter Leabourne Actor, The Penalty King
50. James Callaghan James Callaghan Self, Labour's Last Premier: A Film Portrait of James Callaghan Jim Callaghan was born on 27th March 1912 in Portsmouth, Hampshire, to a Catholic father and Baptist mother. He was the only son and younger of 2 children. His father was a Royal Navy Chief Petty Officer of Irish ancestry, who died when Callaghan was aged 9. His father died when he was 9, plunging the family into poverty...
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