28 names.

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1. Brian Hibbard Brian Hibbard Actor, Revolver
2. Gene Pitney Gene Pitney Soundtrack, Bean Gene Pitney has one of the most distinctive voices in music. Whether you like it or not you know when it is Gene. Pitney has often been categorized (quite unfairly) as a teen-idol singer responsible only for melodramatic, angst-ridden ballads. This is to deny the true talent of the man and the extensive range he possesses...
3. Lena Zavaroni Lena Zavaroni Self, Lena Lena Zavaroni was born on the 4th of November in the town of Rothesay, on the Isle of Bute, just off the West coast of Scotland. Although Scottish, her family was of Italian descent and she grew up in a musical environment, performing at an early age. As a ten year old, she appeared on the Thames Television...
4. Ivor Roberts Ivor Roberts Actor, Hopscotch Ivor Roberts (19 July 1925 - 5 September 1999) was an English actor and a television continuity announcer who often appeared in comedic roles. Born in Nottingham, he returned to acting following service in the Royal Navy during the Second World War. Roberts started his television career as a continuity announcer on regional television in Wales...
5. Michael Forrest Michael Forrest Actor, Under Milk Wood
6. Rachel Thomas Rachel Thomas Actress, Tiger Bay
7. Stan Stennett Stan Stennett Self, The Black and White Minstrel Show
8. Gerry Cowan Gerry Cowan Actor, The Flaxton Boys
9. Leonard O'Malley Leonard O'Malley Actor, Shallow Grave
10. Les Ward Les Ward Self, Set to Music
11. Mark Lawton Mark Lawton Director, Here and Now
12. Jimmy Wilde Jimmy Wilde Actor, A Pit-boy's Romance
13. Saunders Lewis Saunders Lewis Writer, Siwan: The King's Daughter Saunders Lewis was a Welsh nationalist, author, critic and playwright. On 20 January, 1937, Lewis and two others were sentenced to nine months imprisonment for arson. Lewis, then president of the Welsh Nationalist Party (Plaid Genedlaethol Cymru) and lecturer at Swansea University, along with Rev. Lewis Edward Valentine...
14. Mickey Gee Mickey Gee Actor, Willie and the Poor Boys
15. Garel Rhys Garel Rhys Self, Timeshift
16. Harry Hockley Harry Hockley Self, Imagine
17. Hubert Williams Hubert Williams Self, World War 1 in Colour The last pilot of the Royal Flying Corps in the First World War. He joined the RFC in 1915, aged 20, 'because the pay of two shillings and eight pence a day was better than the army and navy.' He rejoined the RAF in World War II, training pilots to fly and reaching the rank of squadron leader. He died in 2002 at the age of 106.
18. John Davies John Davies Self, Terry Jones' Great Map Mystery
19. Idris Lewis Idris Lewis Music Department, Strip! Strip! Hooray!!! or (Fun with the Sunbathers)
20. Dave Berry Dave Berry Miscellaneous Crew, Against the Dying of the Light
21. Wilf Wooller Wilf Wooller Self, BBC TV Cricket Wilfred Wooller was educated at Rydal School and Cambridge University. He was one of the greatest all round sportsmen that Wales ever produced. He captained Glamorgan CCC for 14 years, was secretary for thirty and club president for his final six. He won 18 international rugby union caps for Wales and also represented Cardiff City at soccer (scoring a hat-trick as a centre-forward)...
22. Dan Donovan Dan Donovan Actor, Let's Make a Night of It
23. John Ormond John Ormond Director, Madawaska Valley
24. Roy Harris Roy Harris Self, The Other Music
25. Hugh Johns Hugh Johns Self, The 100 Greatest TV Moments
26. Bryn Merrick Bryn Merrick Self, The Damned: Don't You Wish That We Were Dead
27. Paul John Borde Paul John Borde Actor, The I Inside
28. Eileen Younghusband Eileen Younghusband Self, D-Day to Victory
28 names.