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1. Rachel Hurd-Wood Rachel Hurd-Wood Actress, Peter Pan Rachel Clare Hurd-Wood is an English actress and model, best known for her roles as Wendy Darling in Peter Pan, Corrie McKenzie in Tomorrow, When the War Began, and Sibyl Vane in Dorian Gray. She was born on 17 August 1990 in the Streatham district of South London, England, as daughter of Philip and Sarah Hurd-Wood...
2. Peter Davison Peter Davison Actor, Doctor Who Peter Moffett, now better known by his stage name Peter Davison, was born on 13 April 1951 in the Streatham area of London. In 1961, he and his family - parents Sheila and Claude (an electrical engineer who hailed from British Guiana) and his sisters Barbara, Pamela and Shirley moved to Knaphill, Woking in Surrey...
3. Naomi Campbell Naomi Campbell Producer, The Face
4. June Whitfield June Whitfield Actress, Terry and June June Whitfield has had a long and successful career that has included musical theatre, films and numerous radio and television performances. Her mother was into amateur dramatics and June had elocution and dancing lessons from an early age. She attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and worked in theatre...
5. Amma Asante Amma Asante Director, Belle Amma Asante is a screenwriter and director, known for Belle, and A Way of Life. She is a former child actress, who began her writing career at the age of 23 with a script deals from both Channel 4 in the UK and BBC. Her first movie, A Way of Life, which she wrote and directed won her numerous awards, both in the UK and internationally.
6. Jack Haig Jack Haig Actor, 'Allo 'Allo!
7. Hy Hazell Hy Hazell Actress, The Lady Craved Excitement Vivacious, uncommonly beautiful Hyacinth Hazel O'Higgins (aka Hazell) was a star entertainer of British revues and musical theatre. Called 'Britain's answer to Betty Grable', she was described as having 'the longest legs in show business'. She was also blessed with an excellent singing voice and seemingly boundless energy...
8. Naga Munchetty Naga Munchetty Self, Breakfast
9. David Jacobs David Jacobs Self, Juke Box Jury
10. Tommy Trinder Tommy Trinder Self, Val Parnell's Sunday Night at the London Palladium An amiable, beloved Cockney cut-up from the 1930s on, London-born Tommy Trinder, the son of a tram driver, quit school and sought the stage, milking laughs at the tender age of 13 in a musical revue that was touring South Africa. Following that he became a boy vocalist at Collins' Music-Hall. The wry...
11. Patricia Plunkett Patricia Plunkett Actress, It Always Rains on Sunday
12. Laura Beaumont Laura Beaumont Writer, Fireman Sam
13. Henry Kendall Henry Kendall Actor, East of Shanghai Henry Kendall, born in London on 28 May 1897 was an English stage and film actor, theatre director and an immaculately stylish revue artiste. Kendall was educated at the City of London School, and made his first appearance on the stage in September 1914 at the Lyceum Theatre, playing a 'super' in Tommy Atkins...
14. Philip Ray Philip Ray Actor, Dracula: Prince of Darkness
15. Vanessa Lee Vanessa Lee Self, November Voyage Vanessa was possibly better known for her appearances in Ivor Novello's musicals in the immediate post-war years as well as appearing occasionally on television. During her career she had a little cosmetic surgery on her nose that enabled her to breath more easily. Her partnership with contralto Olive Gilbert in Novello's hit shows was legendary.
16. Humza Arshad Humza Arshad Actor, Diary of a Badman
17. Antony Scott Antony Scott Actor, Superman
18. Maureen Glynne Maureen Glynne Actress, Fat King Melon and Princess Caraway
19. John Crocker John Crocker Actor, The Object of Beauty
20. Gerald Verner Gerald Verner Writer, Tread Softly Gerald Verner was born Robert Stuart Pringle in Streatham, London, England, on June 26,1897. He was a prolific writer of thrillers and wrote more than 120 novels translated into over 35 languages. Among his successful stage plays were adaptations of Peter Cheyney's "The Urgent Hangman" into "Meet Mr.Callaghan" (1952) and the Agatha Christie thriller "Towards Zero" (1956)...
21. Paul England Paul England Actor, The Trial of Madame X
22. Peggy Cochrane Peggy Cochrane Composer, Destination Downing Street
23. Chuka Umunna Chuka Umunna Self, Question Time
24. Charles Lefeaux Charles Lefeaux Actor, Capital Punishment
25. Lionel Marson Lionel Marson Actor, The Horse's Mouth
26. Deering Wells Deering Wells Actor, Richard III
27. John Railton John Railton Actor, Loving Feeling
28. Ethel M. Dell Ethel M. Dell Writer, The Safety Curtain
29. Graham Sutherland Graham Sutherland Self, Out of Burning: The Rebirth of Coventry Cathderal
30. Stella Hamilton Stella Hamilton Actress, Trouble in the Air
31. Alfred Barrett Alfred Barrett Writer, Cash on Delivery
32. Lord Scarman Lord Scarman Self, A Week in Politics
33. Jo-Ann Kelly Jo-Ann Kelly Self, The Great Western Musical Thunderbox
34. Roger Knight Roger Knight
35. Brenda Duncan Brenda Duncan Actress, The Roses of Eyam
36. Viola Merrett Viola Merrett Actress, Take Back Your Freedom
37. Marius B. Winter Marius B. Winter Actor, The Indiscretions of Eve
38. John Wiles John Wiles Cinematographer, The Headless Ghost
38 names.