18 names.

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1. Henry Goodman Henry Goodman Actor, Notting Hill
2. Damon Albarn Damon Albarn Soundtrack, Trainspotting Damon Albarn was born in Whitechapel Hospital, London. He was the son of Keith (a former luminary of England's late-1960s psychedelic rock scene that yielded Soft Machine and others) and Hazel (a stage designer for Joan Littlewood's theatre company). Arriving in Colchester, Essex in the late '70s, the young Damon began studying music (the piano) and drama...
3. Georgia Brown Georgia Brown Actress, The Fixer Georgia Brown (then Lillian Klot) was sent to Wales with other youngsters to escape the German Blitzkrieg.
4. Henny Youngman Henny Youngman Self, Goodfellas A career of seven decades of snappy, irreverent one-liners put Henry "Henny" Youngman at the top of most comedians' list of favorite showmen. Born in London, England, and moving to the United States when he was a baby, Youngman started his professional career as a printer in a small store. Naturally funny...
5. Heather Sears Heather Sears Actress, Room at the Top
6. Gary Webster Gary Webster Actor, The Big Game
7. Bud Flanagan Bud Flanagan Actor, Life Is a Circus
8. Monty Berman Monty Berman Writer, The Champions Monty Berman was a producer of popular action series for ITC in the 1960's and early 70's. He was born Nestor Montague Berman to Jewish parents in the poor Whitechapel district of London. After completing his education at the University College School, he joined the small Twickenham Studio as a camera assistant in 1922...
9. Lee Doig Lee Doig Editor, UFO
10. Philip Martell Philip Martell Music Department, To Sir, with Love
11. Philip Green Philip Green Music Department, Victim
12. Derek Sydney Derek Sydney Actor, The Crawling Eye Derek Sydney was awarded an Alexander Korda Scholarship to the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts. He went on to perform in hundreds of theater, film and video dramas. He retired in 1990 from the British Actors Equity. Mr. Sydney was a part-time resident of San Marcos and part-time resident of London. He...
13. Stanley Black Stanley Black Music Department, Valentino Stanley Black was one of Britain's most famous bandleaders and he composed the music for over 200 films. His albums of film themes sold in huge quantities in the UK, America, the Far East and New Zealand. His large concert orchestra also produced albums of symphonic suites of the works of Irving Berlin, Richard Rogers and Cole Porter...
14. Richie Wermerling Richie Wermerling Soundtrack, Little Nicky While most well known for being the front man of 90's British pop/rock group Let Loose, Wermerling is also an accomplished writer and producer. After Let Loose disbanded in 1996 due to creative differences, he went on to play keyboards and co-produce with a new band going by the name of Bottlefly, whose album was released in 2000.
15. Brendan Perry Brendan Perry Soundtrack, The Mist
16. Ray Johnson Ray Johnson Actor, I Am Bob
17. Francis Rodker Francis Rodker Miscellaneous Crew, The Tomb of Ligeia
18. Norman Ginsbury Norman Ginsbury Writer, The First Gentleman
18 names.