14 names.

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1. Nick Berry Nick Berry Actor, EastEnders Attended the Sylvia Young Theatre School (London) before obtaining minor movie and TV parts. Break came on BBC 1 soap opera EastEnders as "Wicksy", a young man with musical aspirations. Fiction turned to truth when "Every Loser Wins", sung by Berry on one episode, hit the top of the UK charts in 1986...
2. Mela White Mela White Actress, Bergerac
3. Ruth Rendell Ruth Rendell Writer, Ruth Rendell Mysteries
4. Vince Clarke Vince Clarke Soundtrack, Dick Tracy Vincent Clarke began his career in 1979 when he formed a band with school mates Martin Gore and Andrew Fletcher. That original band was named Composition of Sound and was primarily interested in using guitars for their source of music. By 1980 the band decided to trade in the guitars for some synthesizers which they felt would give them a wider range of possibilities on the musical front...
5. Lynn Fontanne Lynn Fontanne Actress, Peter Pan
6. John Cameron John Cameron Music Department, To End All Wars
7. John Dankworth John Dankworth Music Department, The Servant Attended the Royal Academy of Music beginning at the age of 17. His first American professional appearance occurred at the Newport Jazz Festival on July 3, 1959. He founded the London Symphony Orchestra's Pops Program and served as the orchestra's Pops Musical Director.
8. Rowena Gregory Rowena Gregory Actress, Madame Pepita
9. John Skeaping John Skeaping Self, Artists and Their Work
10. Violet Seton Violet Seton Actress, Thirteen Women
11. Douglas Vine Douglas Vine Actor, The Silence of the Sea
12. Brian Haw Brian Haw Self, Todesstaub
13. Howard Anderson Howard Anderson Producer, Conspiracies...
14. Peter Scoones Peter Scoones Cinematographer, Earth
14 names.