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1. John Inman John Inman Actor, Are You Being Served?
2. Nick Park Nick Park Producer, The Curse of the Were-Rabbit
3. Dick Wilson Dick Wilson Actor, Bewitched
4. Stu Bennett Stu Bennett Actor, WWE Smackdown! Stuart "Stu" Bennett is an English professional wrestler and former champion bare knuckle boxer, who is currently signed to World Wrestling Entertainment(2013). He performs on the Smackdown brand under the name Wade Barrett and is a former Intercontinental Champion. He was the winner of the first season of NXT...
5. Anulka Dziubinska Anulka Dziubinska Actress, Vampyres Luscious and petite blonde knockout Anulka Dziubinska was born on December 14 in Preston, Lancashire, England. She's of Polish descent. Dziubinska was a finalist in the Miss United Kingdom competition in 1970. She worked for five months as a blackjack Bunny at the Playboy Club in London, England. Anulka was the Playmate of the Month in the May...
6. Maggie Ollerenshaw Maggie Ollerenshaw Actress, War Horse Maggie Ollerenshaw, proud Mancunian and supporter of Manchester City football club since childhood, made her television debut in 1974. She is especially famous for playing comedic Northerners, particularly in the sitcoms 'Last of the Summer Wine' and its prequel 'First of the Summer Wine' and 'Open All Hours' and its belated follow-up 'Still Open All Hours' ...
7. Ainsley Howard Ainsley Howard Actress, Mount Pleasant
8. Roy Barraclough Roy Barraclough Actor, Coronation Street
9. Trevor Byfield Trevor Byfield Actor, GoldenEye
10. Darren Tighe Darren Tighe Actor, 24 Hour Party People
11. Andrew Flintoff Andrew Flintoff Self, A League of Their Own Andrew Flintoff was born in Preston, Lancashire. He played in the Lancashire Leagues for Preston before being picked up as a school boy by Lancashire County Cricket Club. 'Freddie' as he is more often known made his debut for England in the home test series against South Africa in July 1998. He more recently helped England win one of...
12. Susan Hanson Susan Hanson Actress, Crossroads Susan studied acting at the Webber Douglas School of Dramatic Art and worked as a singer and dancer before going into rep at Edinburgh, Newcastle, Bristol Old Vic and the Mermaid Theatre in London. Susan appeared in the film, Having a Wild Weekend, and acted on television in such programmes as Bruno...
13. Tupele Dorgu Tupele Dorgu Actress, Coronation Street
14. Kelly Aishling Gray Kelly Aishling Gray Actress, Sex Ed
15. Fanny Rowe Fanny Rowe Actress, Fresh Fields
16. Owen McGiveney Owen McGiveney Actor, Brigadoon
17. Janine-May Tinsley Janine-May Tinsley Actress, Cashback
18. Debbie Wheeler Debbie Wheeler Actress, Solo
19. David Cook David Cook Writer, Hetty Wainthropp Investigates
20. Stuart Elliott Stuart Elliott Director, Viking Apocalypse
21. Stuart Kenworthy Stuart Kenworthy Writer, Canimals
22. Gregory Doran Gregory Doran Director, Hamlet
23. Jessica Taylor Jessica Taylor Self, All-Time Greatest Party Songs
24. John Lafferty John Lafferty Editorial Department, Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure
25. Robert W. Service Robert W. Service Writer, Eureka
26. Eddie Calvert Eddie Calvert Self, A Christmas Cracker
27. Sophie McDonnell Sophie McDonnell Self, The Eurovision Song Contest
28. Penny Jordan Penny Jordan Self, Live from Studio Five
29. Helen Longworth Helen Longworth Actress, Coronation Street
30. Mark Lawrenson Mark Lawrenson Self, Football Focus
31. Bill Connor Bill Connor Composer, The Magic Toyshop
32. Mary Ridge Mary Ridge Director, The Doctors Mary Ridge started her career in television working on "Theatre 625" from 1964 to 1967. Since then she has worked on numerous shows including "The Newcomers" (1967-68), "The Doctors" (1970-71), "Z Cars" 1971, 1972, 1974), "Dixon of Dock Green" (1972-74), "The Brothers" (1973, 1976), "Owen MD" (1973)...
33. Fiona Armstrong Fiona Armstrong Self, Annie's Bar
34. Bill Beaumont Bill Beaumont Self, A Question of Sport Something of a Rugby legend, Bill captained England 21 times in the early 1980s, before injury forced his retirement in 1982. He won 34 caps for England between 1975 and 1982. He was an inspriring captain, leading the North of England to victory over the New Zealand All Blacks in 1979, and leading England to their first Grand Slam for 23 years...
35. Kate Holderness Kate Holderness Actress, Henry VIII and His Six Wives
36. Samuel Glover Samuel Glover Director, About Me
37. George Dewhurst George Dewhurst Writer, The Live Wire
38. Ian Armer Ian Armer Producer, The Other Side of Love
39. Tom Finney Tom Finney Self, A Question of Sport
40. Clifford Heatherley Clifford Heatherley Actor, Who Killed Doc Robin?
41. Connie Merigold Connie Merigold Actress, Tom Grattan's War
42. Clarke Carlisle Clarke Carlisle Self, Football's Suicide Secret
43. Fiona McGuire Fiona McGuire Miscellaneous Crew, Philomena
44. John Astley John Astley Actor, Jimmy
45. Anne Collis Anne Collis Music Department, The Duchess
46. James A. Grandi James A. Grandi Director, Passers By James A. Grandi (born 22nd January 1998) is a filmmaker. He was born and raised in Chorley, Lancashire, UK. He has been making films since the age of thirteen that he writes and directs to screen on the Internet. In March 2014, Grandi made his first short film 'Contrast' which is about a young man who undergoes revolutionary eye surgery allowing him to see for the first time...
47. Herbert Cameron Herbert Cameron Actor, Spitfire
48. Bill McGuirk Bill McGuirk Actor, The Case of the Frightened Lady
49. Andy Alston Andy Alston Actor, Doctor Blood's Coffin
50. Dominic Houghton Dominic Houghton Director, The Empire Dominic Houghton was born on March 10, 1996 in Preston, Lancashire, England. He is a director, cinematographer and a writer, has worked on many short films. (2014) Currently a student in London, England, he studies towards a Honours Degree in Film Production. With a keen interest in videography and cameras at a young age, Dominic has developed his storytelling technique over the years.
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