30 names.

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1. Bob Hope Bob Hope Producer, The Bob Hope Show Comedian Bob Hope was born Leslie Townes Hope in Eltham, London, England, the fifth of seven sons of Avis (Townes), light opera singer, and William Henry Hope, a stonemason from Weston-super-Mare, Somerset. His maternal grandmother was Welsh. Hope moved to Bristol before emigrating with his parents to the US in 1908...
2. Sylvia Syms Sylvia Syms Actress, The Queen London-born Sylvia Syms hit major film appeal at a relatively young age. Born on January 6, 1934, she was educated at convent schools before receiving dramatic training at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. A repertory player by the time she was discovered for films by the British star Anna Neagle and her director/husband Herbert Wilcox...
3. Emily Joyce Emily Joyce Actress, My Hero Emily Joyce is the youngest of three sisters, all of whom are in the entertainment business in the UK. Their mother loved the theater, took the three girls to shows constantly, and Emily auditioned for, and was accepted into, the National Youth Theatre when she was 15. After working at British Vogue...
4. Scott Maslen Scott Maslen Actor, EastEnders Scott Maslen was born in the earshot of Bow Bells, London. He was raised in Woolwich, and by the age of 16 he made his first career choice to go into the Royal Marines. So, he did just that and by the age of 18 he broke his foot and in the company of his friends he went on holiday to Miami, spending time working and on the beach...
5. Karl Howman Karl Howman Actor, EastEnders Karl is a very talented actor, who will be most remembered for playing "Jacko", in the brilliant comedy series, Brush Strokes. Jacko was a painter and decorator, and very much a "Jack the lad". In this hugely entertaining series, Karl played a ladies' man, who never has any intention of settling down...
6. Adrian Biddle Adrian Biddle Cinematographer, V for Vendetta
7. Jack Ryder Jack Ryder Actor, EastEnders
8. Barbara Miller Barbara Miller Actress, Silent Playground
9. Alma Lawton Alma Lawton Actress, Mary Poppins
10. Ian Wright Ian Wright Self, Live from Studio Five
11. Diana Van Proosdy Diana Van Proosdy Actress, Ali G Indahouse
12. Helen Banks Helen Banks Actress, Fan
13. Barbara Bermel Barbara Bermel Actress, Mord nach der Oper
14. Nellie Bowman Nellie Bowman Actress, Eyes of Fate
15. John Antrobus John Antrobus Writer, The Bed Sitting Room
16. Doug Coleman Doug Coleman Actor, Versus
17. Richard Burrell Richard Burrell Actor, The Ipcress File
18. Clifford Hatts Clifford Hatts Production Designer, Music for You Clifford Hatts was born on 10/11/1921 in London to shipping clerk Harold and his gymnast wife Harriet. In 1933 he started to attend Woolwich Polytechnic Junior School of Art and, after war service with the RAF, went on to the Royal College of Art, graduating in 1949. In 1955 he joined the then new ITV as a designer...
19. Paddy Bush Paddy Bush Actor, The Line, the Cross & the Curve
20. Isa Bowman Isa Bowman Actress, Vote for Huggett
21. Cecil Mason Cecil Mason Sound Department, The Saint
22. Bernard Ashley Bernard Ashley Writer, Terry on the Fence
23. Jeanne Vertigan Jeanne Vertigan Art Department, Eyes Wide Shut
24. Mavis Edwards Mavis Edwards Actress, Theatre Night
25. Pat Lovett Pat Lovett Actress, Half a Sixpence
26. Elizabeth Kentish Elizabeth Kentish Actress, It's Great to Be Young!
27. Arthur Mavity Arthur Mavity Actor, Detective Daring and the Thames Coiners
28. John Sharplin John Sharplin Actor, Who Killed Menna Lorraine?
29. Alan Campbell Alan Campbell Self, British Olympic Dreams
30. Ruth Jeayes Ruth Jeayes Self, Margaret Morris Movement
30 names.