19 names.

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1. Ridley Scott Ridley Scott Producer, Blade Runner Ridley Scott was born in South Shields, Tyne and Wear (then Northumberland) on 30 November 1937. His father was an officer in the Royal Engineers and the family followed him as his career posted him throughout the UK and Europe before they eventually returned to Teesside. Scott wanted to join Army...
2. Eric Idle Eric Idle Actor, Monty Python and the Holy Grail Eric Idle is an English comedian, actor, author, singer, playwright, director and songwriter. Co-creator of Monty Python on TV, stage and five films, including The Life of Brian and The Holy Grail, which latter he adapted for the stage with John Du Prez as Monty Python's Spamalot, winning the Tony Award for Best Musical in 2005...
3. Ron Cook Ron Cook Actor, Chocolat
4. Craig Conway Craig Conway Actor, The Descent
5. Richard Short Richard Short Actor, Public Enemies Richard Short is an English actor, who's spent over a decade based in the Unites States. Richard is equally at home on the stage and has starred in many critically acclaimed productions worldwide. Most recently, he appeared in Jezz Butterworth's "Jerusalem" on Broadway alongside Mark Rylance. Prior to that...
6. Sarah Millican Sarah Millican Self, Sarah Beeny/Robert Peston/Julien Macdonald
7. George Irving George Irving Actor, The Best Man
8. Jade Thirlwall Jade Thirlwall Soundtrack, Pitch Perfect 2 Jade Amelia Thirlwall was born December 26, 1992 in South Shields, Tyne and Wear, England. She is a member of the British girl group Little Mix with Jesy Nelson, Perrie Edwards and Leigh-Anne Pinnock. Jade won The X Factor 2011 with Little Mix but she had actually auditioned for the show in both 2008 and 2010...
9. Lindsay Kemp Lindsay Kemp Actor, The Wicker Man
10. Joe McElderry Joe McElderry Self, Joe McElderry Joe is from South Shields in North East England. He is a keen runner and has participated in the Great North Run 3 times along with the Sport Relief Mile. He is highly involved in many charities including Variety UK, The Hunger Project and The Teenage Cancer Trust. Due to this, he is the youngest ever recipient of Variety's "Silver Heart" Award...
11. Alan Hockey Alan Hockey Actor, Get Carter
12. Justine McKenzie Justine McKenzie Actress, Episode #4.9
13. Tom Coyne Tom Coyne Self, Episode dated 23 October 1977
14. Johnny Caesar Johnny Caesar Actor, 1995
15. Dirk Smith Dirk Smith Actor, Public Sex
16. James Kirkup James Kirkup Writer, The Prince of Homburg
17. David Walls David Walls Soundtrack, Episode dated 18 April 1996 David Walls was born and grew up in South Shields, Tyne & Wear. His mother remarried when David was in his early teens, and David Walls became David Smith, who eventually got the nickname, Ginger. Early - mid 1980s he played with various bands, among them The Letters (featuring future Wildhearts collaborator Danny Deen)...
18. Alan Smith Alan Smith Self, Douglas Bader
19. John Nixon John Nixon Miscellaneous Crew, Gladiator
19 names.