28 names.

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1. Anna Chancellor Anna Chancellor Actress, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
2. Selina Griffiths Selina Griffiths Actress, Marigold Selina Jane Griffiths was born to the popular actress Annette Crosbie (with whom there is a strong vocal similarity) and actor Michael Griffiths and has a brother Owen, two years older, who is a sound engineer. Brought up in Kingston-upon-Thames, Selina attended the Central School of Speech and Drama in London and...
3. Ronald Colman Ronald Colman Actor, Lost Horizon British leading man of primarily American films, one of the great stars of the Golden Age. Raised in Ealing, the son of a successful silk merchant, he attended boarding school in Sussex, where he first discovered amateur theatre. He intended to attend Cambridge and become an engineer, but his father's death cost him the financial support necessary...
4. David Griffin David Griffin Actor, Battle of Britain
5. Reginald Denny Reginald Denny Actor, Rebecca Acting was in the blood for Reginald Denny. He came from an acting family, his father being stage actor/singer W.H. Denny, a member of the Gilbert and Sullivan Opera Company. The younger Denny had made his stage debut at 6 years old, but his future was not yet set in that direction. His schooling continued through attendance at St...
6. Celia Johnson Celia Johnson Actress, Brief Encounter Stage actress who appeared in a handful of UK films. She is best remembered for her screen performance in Noel Coward's and David Lean's Brief Encounter, opposite Trevor Howard. This film wasn't released in the United States until 1946, and her subsequent nomination for an Academy Award for the Best Actress in a Leading Role did not occur until 1947.
7. Mollie King Mollie King Self, The Saturdays: Headlines Live!
8. Barbara Lott Barbara Lott Actress, The Pillow Book The daughter of William Lott, who managed Ealing Studios before the Second World War, Barbara Lott trained for acting at RADA. She made her stage debut in 1944 and her first television appearance in 1950. Barbara achieved fame late in life as Mrs Bennett in Rings on Their Fingers and as Ronnie Corbett's mother in Sorry!...
9. Richard Dimbleby Richard Dimbleby Self, Panorama
10. Susannah Hitching Susannah Hitching Actress, Episode #2.3
11. Robin Wood Robin Wood Self, All About 'The Birds'
12. Neil Durden-Smith Neil Durden-Smith Self, Episode #3.1
13. Charles Quatermaine Charles Quatermaine Actor, The Auction Mart
14. Leon Quartermaine Leon Quartermaine Actor, As You Like It
15. Colin Dann Colin Dann Writer, The Wood in Danger
16. Justine Evans Justine Evans Cinematographer, Earth
17. Keith Relf Keith Relf Soundtrack, Observe and Report
18. Gabrielle Morton Gabrielle Morton Actress, Hampton Court Palace
19. Edwin J. Fancey Edwin J. Fancey Producer, Beyond the Heights
20. Sonja Frisell Sonja Frisell Miscellaneous Crew, Verdi: Aida
21. Lynne Truss Lynne Truss Self, Hamish Macbeth
22. Imogen Holst Imogen Holst Soundtrack, Talk to Her
23. Geoffrey Barkas Geoffrey Barkas Director, Prospectin' Around
24. Bernard Freyberg Bernard Freyberg Uncategorised Bernard Cyril Freyberg was born in Richmond, Surrey, on March 21st 1889 - the son of a Surveyor. At the age of two, he and his parents settled in Wellington, New Zealand, and attended Wellington College. He was New Zealand 100 Yards Swimming champion in 1906 and 1910. Despite his future military career...
25. Horace Shepherd Horace Shepherd Director, A Musical Masquerade
26. F. Pope-Stamper F. Pope-Stamper Actor, Ghosts
27. George Weedon George Weedon Self, Walk Tall
28. Peter Darrell Peter Darrell Miscellaneous Crew, Out of the West
28 names.