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1. Sasha Jackson Sasha Jackson Actress, Jarhead 3: The Siege British actress Sasha Jackson is primarily based in Los Angeles and travels worldwide for work commitments. Sasha has an EB1 Green Card in recognition of her talent and body of work. Sasha has trained with some of LA's most respected and renowned acting coaches, amongst them: Ivana Chubbuck (as a Masterclass member)...
2. Josh Bowman Josh Bowman Actor, Revenge
3. Geraldine McEwan Geraldine McEwan Actress, Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves Geraldine McEwan was born in Old Windsor, England and made her theatre debut at the age of 14 at the Theatre Royal in Windsor. By the age of 18 she was starring in London's West End in several long-running popular productions. During the 1950s she acted with the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre in Stratford-Upon-Avon and joined the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1961...
4. Caroline Munro Caroline Munro Actress, The Spy Who Loved Me Leggy, brunette-maned pin-up actress Caroline Munro was born in Windsor and lived in Rottingdean near Brighton where she attended a Catholic Convent School. By chance, her mother and a photographer entered her picture in a "Face of the Year" competition for the British newspaper The Evening News and won...
5. Ali Bastian Ali Bastian Actress, The Bill
6. Simon Williams Simon Williams Actor, The Fiendish Plot of Dr. Fu Manchu
7. Hadley Fraser Hadley Fraser Actor, Les Misérables Hadley Fraser (born Robert Hugh Fraser) is the son of Jack and Carol Fraser, and brother of Ed Fraser, an officer in the British Army. He holds a BA from Birmingham University and a Postgraduate Diploma from the Royal Academy of Music. In 2011 he was made an Associate of the Royal Academy of Music, or ARAM...
8. Elizabeth Counsell Elizabeth Counsell Actress, Brush Strokes
9. Oliver Mellor Oliver Mellor Actor, Coronation Street
10. Constance Collier Constance Collier Actress, Rope In a career that covered six decades, Constance Collier evolved into one of Broadway and London's finest tragediennes during the first half of the 1900s. While the regal, dark-featured beauty who bore classic Romanesque features enjoyed a transcontinental career like a number of her contemporaries, her theatre success did not encourage an enviable film career...
11. Dhani Harrison Dhani Harrison Self, George Harrison: Living in the Material World
12. Anthony Nicholls Anthony Nicholls Actor, The Omen
13. Caroline Martin Caroline Martin Actress, Happy-Go-Lucky
14. Peter Shaw Peter Shaw Producer, The Tale of Sweeney Todd Peter Shaw entered the film industry in the late 1970s producing numerous Documentaries and TV specials including: Race for the Double Helix, Ghost Hunter, Will to Work, Let's Face It (series), Wind in the Wires, Sport of Kings, Maharajahs, World of Miss World, Victorians, Display etc. In 1983 he formed and was CEO of United British Artists (UBA)with: Richard Johnson...
15. Chesney Hawkes Chesney Hawkes Soundtrack, Source Code Chesney Hawkes born September 22, 1971 in Windsor, Berkshire, England Is the son of Len (Chip) Hawkes, the singer of The Tremeloes (known for their hit "Silence Is Golden") and Carol Hawkes, who was a TV hostess and actress in the UK. It was in early 1991 when Chesney, then 19, won the lead role in the film Buddy's Song (also starring Roger Daltrey of The Who)...
16. Laurie Goode Laurie Goode Actor, Elizabeth R Laurie Goode was born in Windsor not long after WW2. His parents came from Hackney, East London, but moved out of the area during the Blitz; having been made homeless twice. In his late teens, as Laurie mastered the guitar, he became involved in photographic modelling. It was the Sixties and top fashion guru/entrepreneur...
17. Janie Dee Janie Dee Actress, Me and Orson Welles Janie Dee won the Olivier, Evening Standard and Critics' Circle Awards for Best Actress for Alan Ayckbourn's Comic Potential which she performed in London and New York, and the Olivier Award for Best Supporting Performance in a Musical for Carousel, directed by Nicholas Hytner at the National Theatre...
18. Geraldine Gardner Geraldine Gardner Actress, Quest for Love Geraldine didn't like the sound of her birth name for acting purposes so with her then agent Richard Stone, changed it to Trudi Van Doorn. This worked well for the number of comedy TV roles she was offered and enjoyed the work, particularly The Benny Hill Show franchise,Danger UXB, The Avengers and BBc's Are You Being Served...
19. Ranulph Fiennes Ranulph Fiennes Self, Poles Apart
20. Jayne White Jayne White Casting Department, Warrioress
21. Charley Speed Charley Speed Self, The Wright Stuff
22. Karen Gledhill Karen Gledhill Actress, Paperhouse
23. Ina Clare Ina Clare Actress, Evita
24. Carola Klein Carola Klein Director, Christmas Blight
25. Louis Mountbatten Louis Mountbatten Self, Lord Mountbatten: A Man for the Century
26. Marina Baker Marina Baker Self, Playboy Video Playmate Calendar 1988
27. Laura Hartong Laura Hartong Actress, The Onedin Line
28. Tania Emery Tania Emery Actress, The Bill
29. Christopher Neame Christopher Neame Producer, Feast of July Christopher Neame was a successful film and television producer and writer who was behind a string of popular television series. He represented the third generation of a remarkable dynasty that has made its mark in the cinema and television world. He was been active for over forty years in cinema and television production before his retirement to Provence, France in 2004...
30. Robin Herford Robin Herford Actor, Up on the Roof
31. Princess Alice Princess Alice
32. Hugo Williams Hugo Williams Writer, Flight to Berlin Hugo Williams was born in Windsor in 1942. He was the eldest son of the actor/dramatists Hugh Williams and his second wife Margaret Vyner. His younger siblings are the actor Simon Williams and the late actress and model Polly Williams, who married the actor Nigel Havers. Hugo was educated at Eton College and worked as an editor of the 'London Magazine' until 1970...
33. Jules T-Smith Jules T-Smith Miscellaneous Crew, Dorian Gray Jules has been working in the industry for the last twelve years, starting out in television and then moving across to film. In 2007 Jules joined Ealing Studios to work on the St Trinian's social media campaign. He then went on to assist director Stephan Elliott on the 2008 film Easy Virtue. In 2010...
34. Humphrey Lyttelton Humphrey Lyttelton Self, Humph's Last Stand Humph was born on May 23, 1921 in Eton College school, where his father was a housemaster and so he later attended England's most famous public school. During the War, he was an officer in the Grenadier Guards. After discharge, studied for two years at Camberwell Art School. But his love affair with the trumpet...
35. Anthony Colby Anthony Colby Actor, Second Honeymoon
36. Jenny Nimmo Jenny Nimmo Writer, Jackanory
37. Yvonne Hills Yvonne Hills Actress, ITV Television Playhouse
38. Adam Wakeman Adam Wakeman Self, Rick Wakeman: Live in Buenos Aires
39. Jenny Scott Jenny Scott Self, Election Night
40. Elizabeth Anson Elizabeth Anson Self, William at 30
41. Barry O'Neill Barry O'Neill Actor, The Phantom Light
42. Salih Sheikh Salih Sheikh Actor, The Night Is Young Salih Mohammed Younus Sheikh was born on 27th May 1988 at the Princess Margaret Hospital in Windsor, UK. His father was a businessman, who started a successful company from scratch having left his homeland of Pakistan in 1970 and moved to London, while his mother was a housewife. Salih attended Eton College...
43. Alan Halley Alan Halley Actor, Survivors
44. Hugh Thomas Hugh Thomas Miscellaneous Crew, The Spanish Civil War
45. Peter Osgood Peter Osgood Self, The Football Factory
46. Prince Albert Victor Prince Albert Victor Self, Jack the Ripper: The Final Solution
47. Ronnie Pilgrim Ronnie Pilgrim Camera and Electrical Department, The Railway Children
48. Terry Sartain Terry Sartain Actor, Emma
48 names.