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1. Sam Claflin Sam Claflin Actor, Me Before You English actor Sam Claflin was born in Ipswich, England, to Susan A. (Clarke), a classroom assistant, and Mark J. Claflin, a finance officer. As a child, he was football-mad, often going to see his favorite team, Norwich City. He was a talented footballer, playing for Norwich schools at city level and Norfolk county level...
2. Ralph Fiennes Ralph Fiennes Actor, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 Actor Ralph Nathaniel Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes was born on December 22, 1962 in Suffolk, England, to Jennifer Anne Mary Alleyne (Lash), a novelist, and Mark Fiennes, a photographer. He is the eldest of six children. Four of his siblings are also in the arts: Martha Fiennes, a director; Magnus Fiennes...
3. Jack Davenport Jack Davenport Actor, Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl Jack Davenport was born in 1973 and is the son of actors Maria Aitken and Nigel Davenport. He studied Literature and Film Studies at the University of East Anglia. His first break happened after he wrote to John Cleese to ask to be a runner on Fierce Creatures where he ended up playing a zoo keeper...
4. Dawn Addams Dawn Addams Actress, The 1,000 Eyes of Dr. Mabuse Maybe because her beauty was too smooth or because her acting talents were limited or both, Dawn Addams, the daughter of an R.A.F. officer, had an undistinguished film career, in which second-rate pictures far outnumber quality ones. Among the latter: Otto Preminger's risqué (for its time) The Moon Is Blue, Charles Chaplin's bitter A King in New York and Fritz Lang's last The 1,000 Eyes of Dr. Mabuse.
5. Rosemary Harris Rosemary Harris Actress, Spider-Man
6. Bob Hoskins Bob Hoskins Actor, Who Framed Roger Rabbit Bob Hoskins was born on October 26, 1942, in Bury St. Edmund's, Suffolk, where his mother was living after being evacuated as a result of the heavy bombings. He is the son of Elsie Lillian (Hopkins), a nursery school teacher and cook, and Robert William Hoskins, Sr., who drove a lorry and worked as a bookkeeper...
7. Luke Roberts Luke Roberts Actor, Holby City Luke Roberts trained at L.A.M.D.A. in London, graduating in 2000. Prior to that he earned a degree in American Studies from the University of Wales, Swansea and UMASS, Amherst. While the only actor in the family, Luke comes from an artistic background. His sister teaches art at a number of institutions while his parents run a photographic and fine arts studio in Suffolk where he grew up...
8. Michael Maloney Michael Maloney Actor, Babel
9. Alice Henley Alice Henley Actress, Eastern Promises Studied for three years at Royal Holloway in London and a year in Modern Dance at the Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts. Started out in theatre, co-creating her own theatre company, Sweetfa, with fellow actress Frederica Dunstan in 2001. The company put on their own show at the Jermyn St Theatre in London, where Alice first gained representation...
10. Karl Theobald Karl Theobald Actor, Alan Partridge Born in Lowestoft, Suffolk, Karl Theobald was a stand-up comedian before graduating from the Drama Centre in 2000, and subsequently joining theatrical touring companies such as Complicite . In both 2000 and 20001 he appeared at the Edinburgh Festival, in 2001 as a member of the prestigious Comedy Zone...
11. Ian Hendry Ian Hendry Actor, Repulsion Born 13 January 1931 in Ipswich, England, Ian Hendry's career began rather auspiciously--playing the fall guy for a circus clown. After attending London's Central School of Speech and Drama, things started progressing nicely when he starred as "Dr. Geoffrey Brent" in Police Surgeon. This led directly to The Avengers but...
12. Sue Lloyd Sue Lloyd Actress, The Ipcress File Born in 1939, British actress Sue Lloyd trained in dance as a child, studying at the Sadler's Wells School at age 11. Since her height (5' 8") decreased her chances of a ballet career, the statuesque Sue instead became a chorus girl and showgirl. After some modeling assignments, she broke into television in the early 60s (The Saint and The Avengers)...
13. Sam Miller Sam Miller Director, No Good Deed
14. Rocky Marshall Rocky Marshall Actor, Star Wars: The Force Awakens
15. Robert Coleby Robert Coleby Actor, Chopper Squad
16. Jane Lapotaire Jane Lapotaire Actress, There's Only One Jimmy Grimble
17. Jenny Platt Jenny Platt Actress, Coronation Street
18. Molly Peters Molly Peters Actress, Thunderball Molly Peters was a gorgeous and voluptuous British blonde bombshell actress and model who alas only appeared in a handful of films and TV shows during her regrettably fleeting acting career in the mid 60s. Molly was born in 1942 in Walsham-le-Willows, Suffolk, England. Peters started out as a model;...
19. Gavin Lee Gavin Lee Actor, The Phantom of the Opera
20. June Brown June Brown Actress, EastEnders June Brown served in the Wrens and was classically trained at the Old Vic Drama School. She has enjoyed a long career in the theatre, television and the cinema. The actor Nigel Hawthorne described her as "one of the most beautiful creatures I've seen on stage" after seeing her performance as Ibsen's "Hedda Gabler"...
21. Brian Eno Brian Eno Soundtrack, Shutter Island Regarded as one of the best producers and musicians in rock history, Eno started his career in 1971 with Roxy Music. The band released two albums, "Roxy Music" and "For Your Pleasure", with the two Brians in the lineup (the other one was, of course, lead singer Bryan Ferry); a conflict between the two Brians forced Eno to leave Roxy Music in 1973...
22. Martin Hutson Martin Hutson Actor, A Very British Sex Scandal
23. Brian Capron Brian Capron Actor, 101 Dalmatians
24. Peter Hall Peter Hall Director, Never Talk to Strangers Sir Peter Hall directed his first play while he was still a student. He soon achieved prominence as a stage director and costume designer. He started his occasional film work in 1968 with Work Is a 4-Letter Word. He was the Artistic Director of The Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-upon-Avon from 1960 - 1968...
25. Paul Spurrier Paul Spurrier Actor, The Wild Geese
26. Patrick Newell Patrick Newell Actor, Young Sherlock Holmes
27. Peter Birrel Peter Birrel Actor, Sharpe's Company Peter Birrel married actress Stephanie Cole only a few years before he died. They appeared together in a play early in both of their careers and met up by chance some 40 or so years. Peter is widely celebrated for his role as a Draconian in the 1973 Doctor Who story Frontier In Space.
28. Trevor Nunn Trevor Nunn Soundtrack, School of Rock
29. Neil Stacy Neil Stacy Actor, Duty Free
30. Sophie Fiennes Sophie Fiennes Director, The Pervert's Guide to Cinema
31. Jimmy Gardner Jimmy Gardner Actor, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
32. Grizelda Harvey Grizelda Harvey Actress, The Informer
33. Paul T.T. Easter Paul T.T. Easter Actor, Stagger Paul Easter has been a controversial British indie filmmaker/actor since he released four low budget horror films in 2012, Easter has proven himself to be a force to be reckoned with "often outspoken" Easter's films are heavily influenced by Gaspar Noé, & Nicolas Roeg his most recent 2016 film has recently been reviewed by much respected horror film critic M.J Simpson...
34. Phil Claydon Phil Claydon Director, Vampire Killers
35. Brian Cant Brian Cant Actor, Trumpton
36. Richard Starzak Richard Starzak Writer, Shaun the Sheep Movie
37. Justin Hawkins Justin Hawkins Soundtrack, School of Rock Justin David Hawkins (born 17 March 1975) is an English musician and singer-songwriter, best known for being the lead singer and lead guitarist of The Darkness, alongside his brother, guitarist Dan Hawkins, bass player Frank Poullain and drummer Rufus Taylor. Hawkins, although born in Surrey...
38. Ian Wright Ian Wright Self, Globe Trekker
39. Piero Grandinetti Piero Grandinetti Actor, London 2012 Olympic Opening Ceremony: Isles of Wonder Piero Grandinetti (born 9th January, 1975 in Newmarket, Suffolk) is a British actor. Piero grew up in Haverhill, Suffolk to Italian parents named Antonio & Theresa from Calabria. He was raised in a working-class Roman Catholic environment & was an altar boy at St Felix church for 6 years. He is based in London, England. July, 2013
40. Luke de Woolfson Luke de Woolfson Actor, Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl
41. Peter Tuddenham Peter Tuddenham Actor, Blakes 7 Peter Tuddenham, actor, born November 27 1918; died July 9 2007. The amiable actor Peter Tuddenham died aged 88, he was always content to remain in supporting roles; in fact, he was most recognised for his off-screen work. He provided the contrasting voices of the computers in the science-fiction series Blake's 7 (BBC, 1978-81)...
42. Pippa Cross Pippa Cross Producer, Ghost World
43. Nick Lowe Nick Lowe Soundtrack, Adventureland
44. Darren Scales Darren Scales Writer, The Drift Founded Backyard Productions with brother, Mark Scales and friend Edwin Hollingsbee. Later founded Lukesfilm with wife Sandra. Created several short sketches with Backyard Productions including "Premium Bond Secret Agent" before directing first full-length film, a Jurassic Park parody called "Geriatric Park"...
45. Kerry Townsend Kerry Townsend Actress, Les Misérables
46. Percy Edwards Percy Edwards Actor, Labyrinth As a young lad Percy was fascinated by the wild creatures of his native Suffolk and found his ability to imitate them made an interesting "party piece" from the age of 12. His first broadcast experience came in the BBC radio series "Vaudeville" in 1930. He made hundreds of broadcasts until his "official" retirement in 1989...
47. Heather Deeley Heather Deeley Actress, Intimate Games
48. Charlie Skelton Charlie Skelton Miscellaneous Crew, Argumental
49. Guy Campbell Guy Campbell Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, The Dark Knight Rises
50. Catherine Johnson Catherine Johnson Writer, Mamma Mia!
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