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1. Paul Scofield Paul Scofield Actor, A Man for All Seasons Though his number of film roles amount to a bit over 30, Paul Scofield has cast a giant shadow in the world of stage and film acting. He grew up in West Sussex, the son of a schoolmaster. He attended the Varndean School for Boys in Brighton. The love of acting came early. While still high school age...
2. Rollo Weeks Rollo Weeks Actor, Girl with a Pearl Earring Rollo Weeks was born on March 20, 1987 in Chichester, West Sussex, UK. He is the son of Robin and Susan Weeks, and the brother of Honeysuckle Weeks and Perdita Weeks (also actors). His name means 'famous wolf' after his family's most traceable ancestor (a viking). He has been acting since the age of two...
3. Noah Huntley Noah Huntley Actor, 28 Days Later...
4. Haydn Gwynne Haydn Gwynne Actress, The Secret Haydn Gwynne is fluent in French and Italian. In fact she studied Modern Languages at the University of Warwick before taking a five year lectureship in Italy, where she taught English. She also found the time to drive around the United States before becoming an actress in her mid-twenties, first coming to notice on television in the sharp comedy series set in a television newsroom...
5. Anna Massey Anna Massey Actress, The Machinist
6. Harry Enfield Harry Enfield Actor, Kevin & Perry Go Large
7. Lucy Brown Lucy Brown Actress, Episode #1.6
8. David Ryall David Ryall Actor, City of Ember
9. Daniel Betts Daniel Betts Actor, Fury
10. Adam Leese Adam Leese Actor, Attack the Block Raised in the Historic town of Arundel in West Sussex, Adam left school at 16 to pursue his love of skiing. Whilst studying for his Ski instructors qualifications he worked as a groundsman for the Duke and Duchess of Norfolk at Arundel Castle. He regularly saw film productions come and go at the castle and would watch the open air Shakespeare every summer in the grounds...
11. Cordelia Bugeja Cordelia Bugeja Actress, Drone
12. Kate Mosse Kate Mosse Self, Episode #2.6
13. Katie Johnson Katie Johnson Actress, The Ladykillers British character actress, on stage from 1894. Her many notable theatrical appearances include "Little Lord Fauntleroy" at the Prince's Theatre in Bristol, and, as Lady McClean, in "Escape Me Never" at the Apollo in London (1933) - a part she subsequently took to Broadway two years later. Until well into her seventies...
14. James Weber Brown James Weber Brown Actor, The Oxford Murders
15. Holly Bodimeade Holly Bodimeade Actress, Ghost Trapper
16. Philip Lott Philip Lott Director, Wife Swap
17. Charles Bennett Charles Bennett Writer, The 39 Steps Born just before the century turned, Charles Bennett made his writing debut as a child in 1911, fought in France during World War I while still a teen and resumed his acting career after the war's end. In 1926 he dropped acting to concentrate on being a playwright, later turning one of his most famous plays...
18. Moira Redmond Moira Redmond Actress, A Shot in the Dark
19. Katie Blake Katie Blake Actress, The Patient's Eyes
20. Peter Baldwin Peter Baldwin Actor, Episode #1.3816
21. Sammie Winmill Sammie Winmill Actress, The Slaves of Jedikiah: Part 1 Born in Bognor in 1950, Sammie Winmill studied acting at the Arts Educational School and worked for several seasons at the Opera House. Her first screen role was an uncredited part in the film Up Pompeii (1971). She was first noticed in the role of nurse Sandra Crumpton in a few episodes of the series "Doctor in Charge" (1972) for London Weekend television...
22. Nigel Humphreys Nigel Humphreys Actor, The Long Good Friday
23. Antony Hegarty Antony Hegarty Soundtrack, V for Vendetta
24. Noah Hedges Noah Hedges Actor, End of the Night: Part 1
25. Tara Leniston Tara Leniston Actress, The Medallion Tara is the oldest of 4 and spent most of her childhood traveling around the world with her family. At the age of 18, Tara was spotted by Jackie Chan while she was working at Channel V in Hong Kong. The martial arts actor signed Tara to his agency and became the first female westerner he ever took on...
26. Charlotte Hawkins Charlotte Hawkins Self, Royal Wedding Day
27. Kimberly Quigley Kimberly Quigley Producer, Sandra Santiago & Jaime Aymerich Double Feature
28. Neil James Neil James Actor, The Real Thing Neil James (full name, Neil James Marlow) was born in Crawley,1981. He has worked part time in independent film since 2011 as a writer, editor, script reviewer, and sometimes actor too. Standing at 6ft, he generally plays troubled men with unclear motivations. His accents are Irish, American, Southern English, Northern English and Russian.
29. Debra Beaumont Debra Beaumont Actress, Destroying Angel Having taken time out for her family and further professional development, Debra Beaumont is back on the scene. Previous Television credits include: 'Brookside', 'Men Behaving Badly', 'Soldier, Soldier', 'House of Eliott', Inspector Alleyn Mysteries', 'Boon', 'Gentlemen and Players', 'The Bill', 'Holby City' and 'Birds of a Feather'...
30. Adam Stephen Kelly Adam Stephen Kelly Director, Done In
31. Nadine Richardson Nadine Richardson Sound Department, The Iron Lady
32. James Lee Hunt James Lee Hunt Actor, Chickens
33. Percy Bysshe Shelley Percy Bysshe Shelley Writer, Gothic
34. James Wardroper James Wardroper Actor, A Bridge Too Far
35. Cynthia Payne Cynthia Payne Self, Our Julie
36. Ed Petrie Ed Petrie Self, Planes, Pits and Coracles!
37. David Woodcock David Woodcock Actor, Sparkle David graduated from the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art in 1975 and went on to perform in numerous theatres around the UK. He made his professional debut in 1975 when he appeared in a production of 'Cyrano De Bergerac' at the Chichester Festival Theatre. His West End debut was in 1985 at the Queens Theatre playing Urban...
38. Jamie Barty Jamie Barty Visual Effects, Mermaids: The New Evidence
39. Lisa Thorne Lisa Thorne Make-Up Department, Confetti
40. Claire Jane Vranian Claire Jane Vranian Make-Up Department, Blade
41. Laurence Tolhurst Laurence Tolhurst Soundtrack, 50 First Dates
42. William Bell William Bell Make-Up Department, The Gods Must Be Crazy William Frederick Bell (born 14 March 1901, Bognar Regis, West Sussex, UK) was a well-known Makeup artist for Stage and Screen. After qualifying at the Max Factor School of Makeup in the UK, he worked alongside Tom Shenton on the 1937 production of Knight without Armour, produced by London Films Inc....
43. John Hammond John Hammond Self, What's Wrong with Our Weather?
44. Amanda Ursell Amanda Ursell Self, Return to Rations: Part 2
45. Barry Dowden Barry Dowden Actor, Green Street Hooligans
46. Maxime McKendry Maxime McKendry Actress, Blood for Dracula
47. Jeremy J J Webb Jeremy J J Webb Actor, Humshakals
48. Warwick Hewett Warwick Hewett Visual Effects, Slumdog Millionaire
49. Jeffrey Dell Jeffrey Dell Writer, Man in a Cocked Hat Only son of John Edward Dell and Gertrude Flowers of Shoreham-On-Sea. Trained as an articled clerk in his father's law firm Dell & Loader before signing up for the Royal Flying Corps in 1917. He was eventually invalided out of the service after a aeroplane crash in training. Trained as a solicitor...
50. Chris Goulder Chris Goulder Actor, 31 North 62 East
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