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1. Eddie Marsan Eddie Marsan Actor, Sherlock Holmes Eddie Marsan was born in Bethnal Green, East London, to a lorry driver father and a school employee mother. He served an apprenticeship as a printer before becoming an actor twenty years ago. During this time he has worked with directors such as Martin Scorsese, Michael Mann, Steven Spielberg, Terrence Malick...
2. Terence Stamp Terence Stamp Actor, Wanted Terence Henry Stamp was born and lived in Canal Road, Bow, until German bombers forced his family to move to Plaistow. An icon of the 1960s, he dated the likes of Julie Christie, Brigitte Bardot and Jean Shrimpton. After an extremely successful early career, starring in Modesty Blaise, Poor Cow and Far from the Madding Crowd...
3. Matthew Garber Matthew Garber Soundtrack, Mary Poppins
4. Steven Berkoff Steven Berkoff Actor, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Highly acclaimed English actor, playwright, author and director continues to set the benchmark in stunning, intense performances on both stage and screen. Berkoff was born in Stepney, London in August 1937 and received dramatic arts training in both Paris and London and then moved on to performing with several repertory companies...
5. Nicola Walker Nicola Walker Actress, Four Weddings and a Funeral
6. Bernard Bresslaw Bernard Bresslaw Actor, Krull A RADA scholar who was spotted by Laurence Olivier, Bernard Bresslaw got professional security from the "Carry On" films but was typecast (as TV's The Army Game had done earlier). He was beginning to extend himself through stage work when, in 1993, just before a performance in "The Taming Of The Shrew" in Regent's Park, London, he had a heart attack and died at the age of 59.
7. Laila Rouass Laila Rouass Actress, Conan the Barbarian Laila Rouass was born in London to Moroccan/Indian parents. Laila studied in Britain but decided to drop her studies and travel in India for a few months. A few months turned into six years. Whilst living in Bombay, she worked for MTV, BBC, and TNT. Her step into movies came when she was spotted by Italian director Aditya Bhattacharya and whisked off to Messina to shoot Senso unico.
8. Roy Marsden Roy Marsden Actor, Unnatural Causes
9. Ann Mitchell Ann Mitchell Actress, The Deep Blue Sea
10. Anita Dobson Anita Dobson Actress, Beyond Bedlam
11. Harry Landis Harry Landis Actor, Edge of Tomorrow
12. Amanda Muggleton Amanda Muggleton Actress, Idiot Box Amanda is currently one of Australia's most successful and highly sought after actresses in theatre, with appearances in Private Lives, Shirley Valentine, HMS Pinafore, Soulmates, Steaming, The Lion The Witch And The Wardrobe, Book Club, Rough Gallop and Master Class (in which she played opera diva Maria Callas) to name but a few. Born in London, Amanda emigrated to Australia in 1974.
13. Ashley Cole Ashley Cole Self, Arsenal: The Untouchables - Season Review 2003/2004
14. Ann Sears Ann Sears Actress, The Bridge on the River Kwai
15. Perry McCarthy Perry McCarthy Actor, Episode #2.1
16. Des O'Connor Des O'Connor Self, An Audience with Des O'Connor
17. Lionel Bart Lionel Bart Soundtrack, Ice Age: The Meltdown The son of a Jewish Tailor in London's working class East End young Lionel had no formal musical education and never learned musical notation but his music teacher at school declared him to be a genius. He gained a scholarship to St Martin's School of Art at age 16 and started work as a set painter in the theatre...
18. Kenny Lynch Kenny Lynch Self, Episode #4.28
19. Terence Donovan Terence Donovan Producer, Yellow Dog
20. Alison Limerick Alison Limerick Actress, Mountains of the Moon
21. Billy Walker Billy Walker Self, Episode #12.13 Billy Walker was a British sporting hero - a supremely courageous fighter with film star looks, who became a household name after millions of TV viewers saw him knock out a giant American in less than a minute. Adored by men and women alike, Billy was the biggest box-office attraction in British boxing history...
22. Arnold Wesker Arnold Wesker Writer, Bratkartoffeln inbegriffen
23. Toby Marter Toby Marter Editor, Taking Control
24. Alfred Ralston Alfred Ralston Music Department, Oh! What a Lovely War Son of a London cigar maker, Abraham Wagenhuizen was born in the Mile End district of Stepney, East London, on 30 December 1907. He studied music privately with English composer Alan Bush, then began his career as a music arranger in London theatres. Some time after his marriage to cobbler's daughter Celia Marks in 1931 he changed his name legally to Alfred Abraham Ralston...
25. Kenney Jones Kenney Jones Self, Amazing Journey: The Story of The Who
26. Terry Marsh Terry Marsh Self, Terry Marsh
27. Tommy Bruce Tommy Bruce Self, Episode #16.8
28. Maxine Daniels Maxine Daniels Self, Episode #1.81
29. Gerry Levy Gerry Levy Production Manager, Gandhi
30. George Walker George Walker Producer, All Dogs Go to Heaven
31. Jah Wobble Jah Wobble Soundtrack, The Manchurian Candidate
32. Monty Sunshine Monty Sunshine Music Department, Holiday
33. Clive Allen Clive Allen Self, The Premiership
34. Mark Thompson Mark Thompson Producer, Lethal Force Mark Thompson was educated at the prestigious Stonyhurst College, a Catholic boarding and day school, and after graduating in English from Merton College, Oxford University, he joined the BBC in 1979 as a production trainee. Over the following years he would work behind the scenes on such series as Breakfast Time...
35. Colin Wood Colin Wood Actor, Cockneys vs Zombies Only child born to Henry Wood and Anne Wood. He went to school (Hay Currie/Langdon Park) in Poplar, East London. He had trials and a few youth games for Leyton Orient football club as a 15 year old but never made the grade. He went to work for a bank when he left school in 1973. He wrote a script for a comedy/drama based on football. He is a lifelong supporter of Manchester United.
35 names.