Birth Place Matching "Wimbledon, London, England, UK" (Sorted by Popularity Ascending)
1. Oliver Reed
Actor | Gladiator
Oliver Reed was born on February 13, 1938 in Wimbledon, London, England as Robert Oliver Reed. He was an actor, known for Gladiator (2000), Oliver! (1968) and The Adventures of Baron Munchausen (1988). He was married to Josephine Burge and Kate Byrne. He died on May 2, 1999 in Valletta, Malta.
Actor | Shakespeare in Love
Martin Clunes was born the son of the noted Shakespearean actor Alec Clunes. He was educated at the Royal Russell School in Surrey and the Arts Educational School in Chiswick, London. He made his television debut playing an alien prince opposite Peter Davison in Doctor Who: Snakedance: Part One (...
5. Amara Karan
Actress | The Darjeeling Limited
Amara was born to Sri Lankan parents who had moved to England from Zambia to further her father's work opportunities. She went to the Wimbledon High School and, although she enjoyed drama, she regarded acting as a risky profession and studied Politics, Philosophy and Economics at Oxford University,...
Writer | Jackass: The Movie
Steve graduated from Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Clown College in 1997. He says the program was more like boot camp than college. Out of 2000 applicants, only 33 were accepted and Steve-O was one of them. However, after graduation, 10 were selected for the circus and this didn't include ...
Actor | Excalibur
Actor, father, motorbike fanatic: Charley Boorman is the epitome of the modern adventurer in pursuit of fresh challenges away from the success of his personal life. Choosing two wheels as his preferred mode of transport, Charley harnessed the challenges of a 'round the World trip with Ewan McGregor...
10. Davina McCall
Actress | Doctor Who
Davina McCall was born on October 16, 1967 in Wimbledon, London, England as Davina Lucy Pascale McCall. She is an actress, known for Doctor Who (2005), Dead Set (2008) and A Bear's Tail (2005). She has been married to Matthew Robertson since June 29, 2000. They have three children. She was ...
13. Nova Pilbeam
Actress | Young and Innocent
Nova Pilbeam was a famous child actress on stage and screen in the UK. Her biggest sucesses were her two movies directed by Alfred Hitchcock, "The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934) and "Young and Innocent". She married director Pen Tennyson in 1939 and retired in the 40s.
14. Lionel Belmore
Actor | Frankenstein
Lionel Belmore was born on May 12, 1867 in Wimbledon, London, England. He was an actor and director, known for Frankenstein (1931), The Vampire Bat (1933) and Bardelys the Magnificent (1926). He was married to Emmeline Florence Carder. He died on January 30, 1953 in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, ...
19. Kate Humble
Assistant Director | The Runner
Kate Humble was born on December 12, 1968 in Wimbledon, London, England as Katherine Humble. She is an actress and assistant director, known for The Runner (1992), Parallel 9 (1992) and The Secret Life of Ian Fleming (1990). She has been married to Ludo Graham since 1992.
Actress | The Bill
Victoria Stilwell is a world-renowned dog trainer, best known as the star of the international hit TV series, It's Me or the Dog (2005), and CBS's Greatest American Dog (2008). Having filmed over 100 episodes of "It's Me or the Dog" since 2005, Stilwell is able to reach audiences in over 50 ...
24. Slick Rick
Soundtrack | Everest
Born to Jamaican parents in London, on January 14, 1965, Slick Rick, born Ricky Martin Lloyd Walters, is the most successful British-American rapper in music history. Brilliant word play, the effort-less ability to bring life to the stories he rhymed about, dead on pop-culture references and ...
26. Robert Graves
Writer | Le guerriere dal seno nudo
Robert Graves was born on July 26, 1895 in Wimbledon, London, England as Robert von Ranke Graves. He was a writer and actor, known for Le guerriere dal seno nudo (1973), The Shout (1978) and I, Claudius (1937). He was married to Beryl Pritchard and Nancy Nicholson. He died on December 7, 1985 in ...
29. Georgette Heyer
Writer | The Reluctant Widow
British novelist Georgette Heyer was born in London, England, in 1902. Although she showed an aptitude for writing at an early age, she did not, as many aspiring writers often do, attend college as a journalism or English major; in fact, she did not attend college at all. At age 17 she wrote her ...
31. Joan Kemp-Welch
Actress | Busman's Honeymoon
Joan Kemp-Welch was born on September 23, 1906 in Wimbledon, London, England as Glory Vincent Green. She was a director and producer, known for Haunted Honeymoon (1940), Cool for Cats (1956) and Romeo and Juliet (1976). She was married to Ben Wright and Peter Moffatt. She died on July 5, 1999 in ...
33. Marc Platt
Writer | Doctor Who
Born in Wimbledon in the early 1950's. Marc Platt attended technical college to learn catering before working with Trust House Forte. He later joined the BBC on the administrative side, involved in the cataloging of data regarding the BBC's radio output. He had long been a fan of Doctor Who (1963) ...
34. Charles Miller
Actor | The Little Kidnappers
Charles Stewart Alexander Miller (Charlie to his friends) was born to Amanda and Philip Miller in 1983. At five years old he was the youngest person ever employed by the RSC to have a speaking role. He played Simon Russell Beale's page boy in "A Man of Mode" and amazed everyone with his ...
35. John Wilson
Animation Department | Grease
John was wounded in WWII, while serving in the British Army "Desert Rats", in North Africa. Being a graphic artist, on return to England, he started as asst. art director at Pinewood Studio, with David Lean. Seeing a note on the studio notice board asking for cartoonists and artists to apply at GBA...
36. Daisy Boorman
Sound Department | Burning Secret
She is the daughter of John Boorman and Christel Kruse Boorman.
Her sisters Telsche Boorman and Katrine Boorman acted in the futuristic SF film Zardoz (1974) uncredited, as she did when just an eight-year-old child of the "Eternals". She is also the sister of Lola Boorman, and twin sister of Charley...
40. Gareth Cousins
Music Department | Gravity
Gareth Cousins has over 25 years experience in working on music for picture. Originally an engineer/producer at EMI's Abbey Road Studios, he has since become a busy producer/mixer and composer of music for film, television and advertising, and for recording artists.
He composed the scores for the ...
44. Matt Cho
Stunts | Shanghai
Matt was born in London, England on the 5th October 1983.
An active sports person he excelled in Martial Arts and from a young age competing in local, national and international competitions. His first taste of work in the world of TV and Film came with a role in the 2004 Pepsi campaign starring ...
47. Margery Maude
Actress | You're Never Too Young
Margery Maude was born on April 29, 1889 in Wimbledon, London, England as Margery Kathleen Maude. She was an actress, known for You're Never Too Young (1955), The Birds and the Bees (1956) and Robert Montgomery Presents (1950). She was married to Joseph Warren Burden II. She died on August 7, 1979 ...
50. Walter Leigh
Composer | His Lordship
Walter Leigh was an English composer who fought in the Second World War and was killed in action at Tobruk (Libya), aged 36. His output includes the overture 'Agincourt', the 'Concertino for Harpsichord (or Piano) and Strings', and 'The Frogs of Aristophanes', for chorus and orchestra. He was ...