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1. Nigel Green Nigel Green Actor, The Ipcress File The character actor Nigel Green, born in Pretoria, South Africa, in 1924, was educated in England and studied chemical engineering before winning a scholarship to the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. By age 24, he was appearing on stage at both the Old Vic and Stratford-on-Avon, and in the early 1950s...
2. Clare Cathcart Clare Cathcart Actress, Hotel Splendide
3. Sebastian Shaw Sebastian Shaw Actor, Star Wars: Episode VI - The Return of the Jedi Though primarily a stage actor, Sebastian Shaw appeared in some forty film and television productions from 1930 to 1991. Born on May 29, 1905 in Holt, Norfolk, England, he first appeared on stage as a child in 1913, graduating to lead roles by the late 1920s. It was in 1930 that he made his first film appearance in Caste...
4. Tom Bell Tom Bell Actor, The Krays Tom Bell was one of the UK's finest actors but he never achieved the star billing or recognition he so richly deserved. His career spanned some 50 years. Time and time again, Bell gave memorable performances. From the able seaman ordered to be flogged by a sadistic officer, played by Dirk Bogarde, in the film...
5. Cecil Parker Cecil Parker Actor, The Ladykillers An air of almost smug disdain would hang over his characters like a grey cloud. Yet he could end up being a ray of sunshine with that cloud. Stage or screen, comedy or drama, playing butler or Lord Commander, Englishman Cecil Parker was born in 1897 and took an avid interest in performing following his discharge from World War I military service...
6. Terence Morgan Terence Morgan Actor, Hamlet
7. Flora Robson Flora Robson Actress, Black Narcissus Flora Robson knew she was no beauty, but her wise and sympathetic face would become a familiar - indeed, shining - ornament of the 1930s and 40s silver screen. Though not sure of acting as a career in her early years, she nevertheless appeared on stage for the first time at 5 years old. She was educated...
8. Ralph Michael Ralph Michael Actor, Empire of the Sun
9. Edward Chapman Edward Chapman Actor, Things to Come
10. Roy Skelton Roy Skelton Actor, Zippy and George's Puppet Legends English stage, screen and voice actor. Worked at the Oldham Coliseum before joining the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. Subsequently acted in repertory theatre and at the West End. Later started to work for the BBC. From 1967 to 1988, voiced many a Dalek (as well as Cybermen) in "Doctor Who".
11. John Nathan-Turner John Nathan-Turner Miscellaneous Crew, The Five Doctors John Nathan-Turner was born and brought up in the Midlands. As a boy he acted in numerous school plays and revues and appeared as an extra in several TV series, including "The Newcomers" and "United!" for the BBC and "Crossroads" for ATV. By the time he reached the sixth form his interests had widened to encompass producing...
12. Hilda Braid Hilda Braid Actress, 101 Dalmatians
13. Kay Hammond Kay Hammond Actress, Blithe Spirit Delightful, sophisticated English actress, daughter of the distinguished thespian Sir Guy Standing. Kay trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London and was taught elocution by Mrs. Patrick Campbell. She made her theatrical debut in "Tilly of Bloomsbury" in 1927. Within just a few years, she had established herself as a regular on the West End stage...
14. Wilfred Pickles Wilfred Pickles Actor, Billy Liar
15. David Watkin David Watkin Cinematographer, Out of Africa David Watkin was born on March 23rd 1925 to a middle class family in Kent, England. Being fond of classical music, he originally wanted to become a pianist despite the lack of support from his religious father. Watkin served shortly in World War II before finally beginning his career in cinema. His...
16. Donald Eccles Donald Eccles Actor, The Wicker Man
17. John Clements John Clements Actor, Gandhi John Clements hailed from southern England and was educated at St Paul's School in London and St John's College, Cambridge. His acting aspiration prompted his first stage appearance at the Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith in 1930 in the play "Out of the Blue". Through the 1930s, he continued to develop his acting skills touring with the Ben Greet Company...
18. Lockwood West Lockwood West Actor, The Dresser
19. Robin Ray Robin Ray Self, 100 Years of Russian Piano Music
20. Robert Arnold Robert Arnold Actor, Tunes of Glory Robert Arnold worked on a local newspaper in Stamford before joining the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in the early 1950s. He then went on to join the Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford-upon-Avon where he met his wife, the actress June Brown. They appeared in several productions together. He appeared in two films...
21. Harry Harrison Harry Harrison Writer, Soylent Green
22. John Boxer John Boxer Actor, The Bridge on the River Kwai
23. Madge Brindley Madge Brindley Actress, Hobson's Choice
24. Max Miller Max Miller Actor, Hoots Mon He was one of Britain's prime comedians of the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s. The beloved, notoriously ribald Max Miller was born of humble circumstances in Brighton, England in 1894. The juvenile dropped out of school at 12 and drifted about aimlessly for several years until called up by the Army to serve in the First World War...
25. Robert Vahey Robert Vahey Actor, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen
26. Mackenzie Ward Mackenzie Ward Actor, Doing Phil a Favor
27. Maurice Elvey Maurice Elvey Director, The Clairvoyant Maurice Elvey was born in Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham, England, the oldest son of William Clarence Folkard, an inspecting engineer, and Sarah Anna Seward Folkard (formerly Pearce). He never had a formal education, and was working on the streets of London by the age of nine after having run away from home...
28. Rashid Karapiet Rashid Karapiet Actor, A Passage to India
29. Brian Cobby Brian Cobby Actor, Evita
30. Esme Percy Esme Percy Actor, Murder! Esmé Saville Percy was a distinguished thespian of the English stage, born in London of French ancestry. He studied acting under Sarah Bernhardt and at the Brussels Conservatoire, making his theatrical debut in 1904. As a young man, he was noted for his good looks. As Percy advanced to star status, he gained a singular reputation as a leading interpreter of roles in plays by George Bernard Shaw...
31. Leon M. Lion Leon M. Lion Actor, Number 17 Leon Marks Lion was an English actor, primarily of stage but also of screen; playwright, theatrical manager and producer. His first professional performance was in 1897, and he went on to enjoy a successful and varied career on the stage (including touring with light opera and Shakespeare companies)...
32. John Maxim John Maxim Actor, Dracula: Prince of Darkness
33. Peter Leafe Peter Leafe Actor, Dead on Arrival
34. Alan Melville Alan Melville Writer, Castle in the Air
35. Muriel George Muriel George Actress, Last Holiday
36. Peter Stockbridge Peter Stockbridge Actor, Elizabeth Born in Brighton, East Sussex in 1920, Peter started acting in small roles before leaving the profession to become a teacher. When he retired, Peter returned to acting, mostly on television.
37. Carol Barnes Carol Barnes Self, The Big Breakfast
38. Viola Keats Viola Keats Actress, The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone Although Viola Keats never achieved national stardom she was a popular actress on the West End stage and in British films from the 1930s to the 1970s. Born in Worthing, Sussex, she studied acting at RADA where in 1933 she won the Bancroft Gold Medal. She made her professional debut at the Liverpool Playhouse the same year with the repertory company appearing as Sarah in Easy Virtue...
39. Leon Cortez Leon Cortez Actor, I Could Go on Singing
40. Lynne Hazelden Lynne Hazelden Miscellaneous Crew, Mad Cows
41. Peter Dulay Peter Dulay Self, Episode #6.13
42. George Howe George Howe Actor, The Fifth Paper
43. Pete McCarthy Pete McCarthy Writer, Alas Smith & Jones
44. Frances Day Frances Day Actress, While Nero Fiddled
45. Robin Maugham Robin Maugham Writer, The Servant Summing up: When he wrote, Robin Maugham always had an early breakfast of a boiled egg, toast and marmalade. Then he would work through the day, taking snacks of dry biscuits and sometimes a stiff vodka and tonic. After he had completed the morning's work, of at least four thousand words, he would have a somber lunch; except...
46. G.H. Elliott G.H. Elliott Self, G.H. Elliot
47. Gary Downie Gary Downie Production Manager, The Two Doctors: Part One
48. Peter O'Donnell Peter O'Donnell Writer, Modesty Blaise
49. Carol Kaye Carol Kaye Actress, Line Up
50. Charles Urban Charles Urban Producer, Combatting the Elements
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