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1. Anita Pallenberg Anita Pallenberg Actress, Barbarella Anita Pallenberg is probably best known for her romantic links to three of the original Rolling Stones. She was born in Italy in 1942. She became a model and appeared on covers of magazines such as Vogue. In 1965, she began dating Brian Jones. Subsequently, she left him for Keith Richards in 1967...
2. Edward Hardwicke Edward Hardwicke Actor, Elizabeth
3. Margaret Leighton Margaret Leighton Actress, The Go-Between British theatre actress Margaret Leighton made her classical stage debut at age 16. The daughter of a businessman, she joined the Old Vic Company under the direction of Laurence Olivier and Ralph Richardson and in the late 40s and 50s earned kudos for her theatrical endeavors on both the London and Broadway stages...
4. Alan Badel Alan Badel Actor, The Day of the Jackal British thespian Alan Badel came to prominence after graduating from RADA a Gold Medal winner. He made an almost instant impact on the stage in both modern and classical roles. One of his first critically acclaimed performances was as Romeo, opposite Claire Bloom's Juliet at the Old Vic. Despite his velvety...
5. Iain Anders Iain Anders Actor, Taggart
6. Mary Hignett Mary Hignett Actress, Doomwatch
7. Michael Brennan Michael Brennan Actor, Thunderball
8. Mavis Pugh Mavis Pugh Actress, You Rang, M'Lord?
9. James Saxon James Saxon Actor, A Prayer for the Dying
10. Barry Warren Barry Warren Actor, The Avengers Barry Warren was born in London on July 12, 1933. On leaving RADA, he appeared in Shakespearean seasons at Stratford-on-Avon for two years. During the first in 1956, he merely 'carried a spear.' But during the second, he played the Dauphine in KING JOHN and Lucius in JULIUS CAESAR. He made his film debut as Donaldblain in Maurice Evans' screen version of MacBETH...
11. Daphne Anderson Daphne Anderson Actress, Hobson's Choice
12. Marion Mathie Marion Mathie Actress, Lolita
13. Josephine Crombie Josephine Crombie Actress, BBC Sunday-Night Theatre
14. John Chandos John Chandos Actor, The Crimson Pirate
15. Barbara Leake Barbara Leake Actress, Kind Hearts and Coronets
16. Michael Crane Michael Crane Actor, Legend
17. Edward Scaife Edward Scaife Camera and Electrical Department, The African Queen
18. Gabrielle Brune Gabrielle Brune Actress, The Titfield Thunderbolt
19. Christopher Fry Christopher Fry Writer, Barabbas Christopher Fry was one of the most celebrated playwrights of the 20th century whose dazzling verbal invention led many to regard him as the Shakespeare of his time for his poetry and wit. Plays such as "The Lady's Not For Burning", "Venus Observed" and "The Dark Is Light Enough" have deservedly become modern classics...
20. Eric Coates Eric Coates Soundtrack, Annie Hall The master of melody, Eric Coates, the composer of familiar music ("Sleepy Lagoon", "Knightsbridge") worldwide, had classical training at the Royal Academy of Music with Frederick Corder for composition and Lionel Tertis for the viola, his main instrument. As a freelance violist he became principal viola by 1913 for the Queen's Hall orchestra...
21. Virginia Winter Virginia Winter Actress, Brighton Rock
22. Marjorie Taylor Marjorie Taylor Actress, The Crimes of Stephen Hawke
23. John Humphry John Humphry Actor, The Message
24. Ruby Miller Ruby Miller Actress, Anna Karenina
25. Tim Gudgin Tim Gudgin Actor, Out of the Unknown
26. Frank Dane Frank Dane Actor, Lorna Doone
27. Mike Murray Mike Murray Actor, The Ipcress File
28. Winifred Braemar Winifred Braemar Actress, For the Love of Ada
29. F. Sherwin Green F. Sherwin Green Producer, The Day the Earth Caught Fire
30. Louie Emery Louie Emery Actress, The Phantom Light
31. Stafford Byrne Stafford Byrne Actor, BBC Sunday-Night Theatre
32. Betty Hare Betty Hare Actress, Tread Softly
33. Joan Hinde Joan Hinde Self, The Black and White Minstrel Show
34. Mary Habberfield Mary Habberfield Sound Department, The Colditz Story
35. Julian Holdaway Julian Holdaway Camera and Electrical Department, Watership Down Having worked as a rostrum cameraman in animated films in the 1970s and 1980s, Julian Holdaway changed careers and trained as a helicopter pilot, often flying on aerial filming jobs. Sadly he was killed in a helicopter crash on 14th November 1997 whilst flying alone in bad weather. He was 47.
36. Kevin Kavanagh Kevin Kavanagh Writer, The Million Eyes of Sumuru
37. Anita Roddick Anita Roddick Self, 1 Giant Leap
38. Jeffrey Piddock Jeffrey Piddock Actor, Jeannie
39. Mabel Constanduros Mabel Constanduros Actress, David Copperfield
40. George Minassian George Minassian Camera and Electrical Department, Romeo and Juliet
41. Colin Garde Colin Garde Makeup Department, Stage Fright
42. Arnold Brettell Arnold Brettell Production Manager, The Camp on Blood Island
43. Joan Fred Emney Joan Fred Emney Actress, North Sea Patrol
44. Eric Bransby Williams Eric Bransby Williams Actor, Easy Virtue
45. Hilton Craig Hilton Craig Camera and Electrical Department, The Long Haul
46. Hilary Bays Hilary Bays Actress, Studio 4
47. Duncan Carse Duncan Carse Actor, Penny and the Pownall Case
48. Winifred Hindle Winifred Hindle Actress, The Winslow Boy
49. Nina Devitt Nina Devitt Actress, Painted Daughters
50. William M.L. Fiske William M.L. Fiske Producer, White Heat William M.L. "Billy" Fiske from Brooklyn, New York, was an American socialite who dabbled in banking and movie production, producing White Heat. However, he was more famous for the two gold medals he won at consecutive Winter Olympics in 1928 and 1932, as the leader of the bobsled team. When World War Two began...
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