43 names.

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1. Sam Underwood Sam Underwood Actor, The Following
2. Ian Ogilvy Ian Ogilvy Actor, Death Becomes Her
3. Bruce Payne Bruce Payne Actor, Passenger 57 Having worked extensively in film, theatre and television in both the UK and the US, and on location in many parts of the world, Payne most recently starred in the fascinating psychological drama One Point O, which was well received at Cannes. He also starred in the live action feature film Riders...
4. Derek Griffiths Derek Griffiths Actor, SuperTed Derek Griffiths appeared in numerous children's television programmes in the 1960s and 70s and is fondly remembered by a whole generation of (now grown up) children for his whimsical comic genius and endearing persona. A very underrated comedian also in adult features who does not grace our screens nearly enough.
5. Peter Gabriel Peter Gabriel Soundtrack, WALL·E Peter Gabriel was educated at Charterhouse School, Surrey, England. He was the lead singer of leading progressive rock band Genesis from its inception until he left in 1975 for a successful solo career as a singer-songwriter, soundtrack composer and innovator in visual presentation of music...
6. Rebecca Root Rebecca Root Actress, The Danish Girl
7. Harry Hill Harry Hill Writer, TV Burp
8. Jeremy Child Jeremy Child Actor, A Fish Called Wanda
9. Imogen Hassall Imogen Hassall Actress, El Condor Imogen Hassall is sometimes referred to as "The Countess of Cleavage" as she was better known for her glamorous celebrity than her acting talent. Imogen was born on August 25 1942, in Woking, Surrey, England and rose to prominence in the late 1960s and early 1970s as an international B-movie starlet...
10. Natalie Walter Natalie Walter Actress, Horrible Histories
11. Sara Stockbridge Sara Stockbridge Actress, Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles
12. Tessa Wyatt Tessa Wyatt Actress, Robin's Nest
13. Susie Dent Susie Dent Self, Countdown
14. Paul Weller Paul Weller Music Department, The Truth About Cats & Dogs Has 5 children: Daughters Leah, Dylan, and Jesamine, and sons Nathaniel and Stevie. His mother named him John after contracting polio of the throat right after his birth. She was bordering on delirium and blurted out the first name she thought of. She later renamed him Paul, but his name has never been legally changed...
15. Andrew Laws Andrew Laws Production Designer, Yes Man
16. Mark Wynter Mark Wynter Actor, Superman
17. Rick Parfitt Rick Parfitt Self, Live Aid
18. Cheryl Burfield Cheryl Burfield Actress, Timeslip
19. Peter Bathurst Peter Bathurst Actor, Pacific Destiny
20. Mike Roberts Mike Roberts Camera and Electrical Department, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
21. Ian Whitcomb Ian Whitcomb Soundtrack, Encino Man
22. Delia Smith Delia Smith Self, How to Cook
23. Les Reed Les Reed Soundtrack, American Hustle
24. Bob Couttie Bob Couttie Actor, Goodbye America
25. Gus Dudgeon Gus Dudgeon Director, Elton John Love Songs Best known for producing Elton John's classic albums of the 1970s including Elton John, Tumbleweed Connection, Madman Across the Water, and Goodbye Yellow Brick Road, Gus Dudgeon was one of England's most successful record producers and a pioneer in the use of audio sampling. Dudgeon's recording career started in the early 1960s at Olympic Studios in London where he was a tea boy...
26. Billie Davis Billie Davis Self, Now! Billie Davis's career started like many other of the female singers of her time. At the young age of 16 she entered a local talent contest at Southall Community Centre, Pushed on stage by her best friend, Billie sang a Connie Francis song 'Many Tears Ago'. Along with Cliff Bennett and the Rebel Rousers as her backing group for the performance...
27. Tony Attard Tony Attard Writer, Towers of Babel
28. Clive Parsons Clive Parsons Producer, Tea with Mussolini
29. John Neville-Andrews John Neville-Andrews Actor, The Elephant Man
30. Julian Jones Julian Jones Actor, Shakedown: Return of the Sontarans
31. Dave Greenslade Dave Greenslade Composer, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
32. Rick Buckler Rick Buckler Self, The Jam: About the Young Idea
33. Richard Benson Richard Benson Actor, Maledetto il giorno che t'ho incontrato
34. Harold Fielding Harold Fielding Producer, Barnum!
35. Bruce Foxton Bruce Foxton Self, The Jam: About the Young Idea
36. Will Kinder Will Kinder Director, Katy Perry Live Lounge Special
37. Paul Eggington Paul Eggington Actor, The Journeyman Project: Pegasus Prime
38. Brian Hooper Brian Hooper Self, Stopwatch
39. Buddy England Buddy England Self, The Go!! Show
40. Richard R. Greenough Richard R. Greenough Production Designer, Kaleidoscope
41. David Carey David Carey Cinematographer, Cheeky Charlie
42. Kay Ambrose Kay Ambrose Costume and Wardrobe Department, Festival
43. Anne Balfour-Fraser Anne Balfour-Fraser Producer, I Think They Call Him John Anne Balfour was born in Woking, Surrey, on 10th August 1923 to army officer Bill and his wife Ruth, her great uncle being former British prime minister Arthur Balfour. Originally trained as an opera singer she turned to film making in the 1950s, starting with musical themes and formed the production company Inca to make a series of acclaimed short films...
43 names.