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1. Vinnie Jones Vinnie Jones Actor, Snatch. Vincent Peter Jones was born on January 5, 1965 in Watford, England. He first came to public notice as a professional footballer, playing in the English Football League. Noted as one of soccer's hard men, he leaped to fame when a photographer, at a match, snapped him "marking" Newcastle United's Paul Gascoigne...
2. Geri Halliwell Geri Halliwell Soundtrack, Bridget Jones's Diary
3. Robert Glenister Robert Glenister Actor, Prime Suspect: The Lost Child Robert Glenister (born 11 March 1960) is a popular British actor probably best known, amongst other roles, as con-man Ash "Three Socks" Morgan in the hit British TV series Hustle. His impressive career has spanned nearly three decades, and he has starred in several hit British television shows and film...
4. Bradley Walsh Bradley Walsh Actor, Mike Bassett: England Manager
5. Terry Scott Terry Scott Actor, Carry on Camping A brilliant comic actor Terry Scott was one of the most familiar faces on British television in the 1960s and 70s. At the height of his popularity his classic comedy series, Terry and June, (in which he co-starred with June Whitfield) was watched by 15 million viewers weekly. Born Owen John Scott in...
6. Marcia Warren Marcia Warren Actress, Leap Year
7. Rebecca Lacey Rebecca Lacey Actress, Chalet Girl
8. Nikki Grahame Nikki Grahame Self, Episode dated 21 December 2006
9. Helen Grace Helen Grace Actress, Killing Me Softly Helen Grace was born in Hertfordshire, England. Her career began with her 1996 portrayal of "Georgia Simpson" in the controversial Channel 4 television soap opera, Brookside. She appeared in two series (1998 and 1999) of Roger Roger, a BBC1 sitcom penned by Only Fools and Horses.... creator, John Sullivan...
10. Remy Sweeney Remy Sweeney Actor, Exorcist: The Beginning
11. Ray Cooper Ray Cooper Music Department, Brazil
12. Michael Attwell Michael Attwell Actor, Buster
13. David Meyer David Meyer Actor, Octopussy
14. John Grillo John Grillo Actor, Shackleton
15. Michael Bentine Michael Bentine Actor, Potty Time
16. Melanie Walsh Melanie Walsh Actress, Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo
17. Shirlie Kemp Shirlie Kemp Self, George Michael: A Different Story
18. Nat Luurtsema Nat Luurtsema Actress, Island Queen
19. Scott Bunce Scott Bunce Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 Scott Bunce born 29th September 1974 Watford Herefordshire. Scott started in the industry in 1996. He has worked on many different projects around the world. Always looking for a new challenge and new experiences in the business. Scott is a very enthusiastic person, and would be an asset to any production.
20. Tony Meyer Tony Meyer Actor, Octopussy
21. Katrina Levon Katrina Levon Actress, Requiem Apache
22. Josephine Stuart Josephine Stuart Actress, Oliver Twist
23. Terry Johnson Terry Johnson Writer, Not Only But Always
24. J.D. Nicholas J.D. Nicholas Soundtrack, Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo
25. Simon Treves Simon Treves Actor, The Silver Jug (or Jeeves Saves the Cow Creamer)
26. Elspeth Rae Elspeth Rae Actress, Dread
27. T.E.B. Clarke T.E.B. Clarke Writer, The Lavender Hill Mob T.E.B. 'Tibby' Clarke graduated with a law degree from Cambridge University, but decided that writing was more his forte. He started on that career path first as writer for a magazine in Australia, than back in London freelancing as a journalist. He also had jobs on Fleet Street, worked in advertising...
28. Peter Devonald Peter Devonald Writer, GirlLikeMe Peter Devonald is a multi award-winning scriptwriter and producer, operating in both the creative and corporate fields. His intelligent, tightly-structured writing has underpinned short films, features, television and online series. His work has shown in over 90 film festivals, including in competition at Venice...
29. Cyril Fletcher Cyril Fletcher Self, Episode #1.6 Cyril Fletcher enjoyed something of a renaissance in his long comedy career in 1972 when TV producer and presenter Esther Rantzen asked him to join the consumer program That's Life and recite some of his 'Odd Odes'. He proved such a success with the audience that he became a fixture of the show for eight years...
30. Joy Batchelor Joy Batchelor Producer, Animal Farm
31. Anthony Berkeley Anthony Berkeley Writer, Suspicion
32. Lee Gibson Lee Gibson Self, The Dalton Abbott Railway Choir
33. Philip Nutman Philip Nutman Producer, The Girl Next Door
34. Edgar Anstey Edgar Anstey Producer, The Great Highway Documentary producer Edgar Anstey was one of the pioneers of the British documentary movement. His mentor was famed documentarian John Grierson at the Empire Marketing Board Film Unit, for whom he made Uncharted Waters and Granton Trawler, among others. Anstey later worked as a film critic for The Spectator...
35. Mo Mowlam Mo Mowlam Self, Sir Winston Churchill Born on 18 September 1949 in Watford, Mo Mowlam went to school in Coventry and read Social Anthropology at the University of Durham. After gaining a PhD in 1978 from Iowa University, she lectured at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne and worked at Northern College, Barnsley. Mowlam was elected Labour...
36. Marie-Louise Flamank Marie-Louise Flamank Actress, Episode #1.5
37. Kathryn Flett Kathryn Flett Self, Top of the Pops: The Story of 1978
38. Toryn Westcott Toryn Westcott Director, End of the Road
39. Ruth Wynn Owen Ruth Wynn Owen Actress, Missing Ruth Wynn Owen was born at Ericdale, Monmouth Road, Watford, Hertfordshire, England, UK to Reginald Wynn Owen and Nellie Edith Grindon. Taught to read at an early age, Ruth read and was told old, Welsh legends long before she was really old enough to understand them; coupled with a vivid imagination she created plays which she...
40. Alison Farmer Alison Farmer Visual Effects, Avatar
41. Kaplan Kaye Kaplan Kaye Actor, The Whisperers
42. Leonard Sharp Leonard Sharp Actor, The Wager
43. Mark Inman Mark Inman Actor, Frankenstein
44. Dave Gurney Dave Gurney Visual Effects, The Count of Monte Cristo
45. Arron West Arron West Actor, Beyond the Rave Was born on the 24th of October. Grew up in Watford and began acting after attending local theatre groups. In 2007 started doing commercial work until 2008 when he was cast In Hammer Productions first film in 30 years Beyond The Rave. Produces and directs his own independent films. Attended Rickmansworth School 2003 - 2008.
46. Gareth Southgate Gareth Southgate Self, Episode #3.9
47. Ian Jeayes Ian Jeayes Camera and Electrical Department, Sink the Bismarck!
48. Kim Peacock Kim Peacock Actor, My Lord the Chauffeur
49. Steven Bestwick Steven Bestwick
50. George Bleakley George Bleakley Producer, Episode dated 18 March 2009
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