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1. Joan Hickson Joan Hickson Actress, Our Man at St. Mark's Joan Hickson was born in 1906 at Kingsthorpe, Northampton. Her stage career began with provincial theater in 1927, going on to a long series of West End comedies, usually playing the part of a confused or eccentric middle-age woman. She performed at the Regent's Park Open Air Theater, at the time London was subject to World War II bombing...
2. James Booth James Booth Actor, Zulu
3. Patrick Newell Patrick Newell Actor, Young Sherlock Holmes
4. Ken Campbell Ken Campbell Actor, A Fish Called Wanda
5. Jack Watling Jack Watling Actor, The Power Game
6. Malcolm McFee Malcolm McFee Actor, Oh! What a Lovely War Malcolm McFee, an English actor born in the mid-1940s, was best known for his role as "Peter Craven" in the hit TV series Please Sir! and The Fenn Street Gang. Inspired by the 1967 movie To Sir, with Love, Please Sir! - which debuted in 1968 - was itself the inspiration for the American series Welcome Back, Kotter...
7. Barbara Hicks Barbara Hicks Actress, Brazil Barbara Hicks trained at the Webber Douglas School and made numerous appearances on stage, screen and television over a fifty-year period.
8. Norman Pierce Norman Pierce Actor, The Four Feathers
9. Geraldine Gardner Geraldine Gardner Actress, Quest for Love Geraldine didn't like the sound of her birth name for acting purposes so with her then agent Richard Stone, changed it to Trudi Van Doorn. This worked well for the number of comedy TV roles she was offered and enjoyed the work, particularly The Benny Hill Show franchise,Danger UXB, The Avengers and BBc's Are You Being Served...
10. Vida Hope Vida Hope Actress, The Man in the White Suit
11. Lyn Harding Lyn Harding Actor, Goodbye, Mr. Chips Born in St Brides Wentlooge (now in Gwent), Wales, UK, where he was brought up as a strict Congregationalist and a Welsh speaker. He started his working life as an apprentice draper in Newport, Wales, and was drawn to an acting career after seeing "It's Never Too Late to Mend" at the Old Victoria Hall...
12. Dodie Smith Dodie Smith Writer, 101 Dalmatians Born Dorothy Gladys Smith in Lancashire, England, Dodie Smith was raised in Manchester (her memoir is titled "A Childhood in Manchester"). She was just an infant when her father died, and she grew up fatherless until age 14, when her mother remarried and the family moved to London. There she studied at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts and tried for a career as an actress...
13. Gwen Ffrangcon Davies Gwen Ffrangcon Davies Actress, The Devil Rides Out
14. John Scott Martin John Scott Martin Actor, Doctor Who
15. Jade Goody Jade Goody Self, Big Brother
16. Patricia Hicks Patricia Hicks Actress, There Is No Escape
17. Gabrielle Daye Gabrielle Daye Actress, 10 Rillington Place
18. R.D. Wingfield R.D. Wingfield Writer, A Touch of Frost
19. George Hilsdon George Hilsdon Actor, An American Werewolf in London
20. John Batten John Batten Actor, The Great Game
21. Steve Marriott Steve Marriott Soundtrack, Grand Theft Auto V Steve Marriott was a child actor, noted for playing both Oliver and The Artful Dodger in Lionel Bart's stage production, Oliver! He is featured on the soundtrack album. Steve, however, reached the giddy heights of international stardom as lead singer/guitarist with 60s UK soul/pop group, The Small Faces...
22. Dorothy L. Sayers Dorothy L. Sayers Writer, Haunted Honeymoon
23. Mary Whitehouse Mary Whitehouse Self, Ban the Sadist Videos! Part 2
24. Gladys Young Gladys Young Actress, Kathy's Love Affair
25. Lyn Evans Lyn Evans Actor, Kind Hearts and Coronets
26. Alf Goddard Alf Goddard Actor, You Know What Sailors Are
27. Sidney Green Sidney Green Writer, Flip
28. Rene Cutforth Rene Cutforth Writer, Six Men
29. Cameron Miller Cameron Miller Actor, The Meaning of Life
30. Patricia Brooker Patricia Brooker Thanks, The Only Way Is Essex
31. Ross Davidson Ross Davidson Actor, EastEnders
32. Gladys Dawson Gladys Dawson Actress, Poor Cow
33. Helen Goss Helen Goss Actress, The Hound of the Baskervilles
34. Richard Fraser Richard Fraser Actor, Father Dear Father
35. Derek N. Twist Derek N. Twist Director, Police Dog
36. Richard Molinas Richard Molinas Actor, The Whole Truth Richard Molinas studied French, Spanish and Italian languages at St. Francis Xavier College, Bruges, Belgium. He came from a circus family and started career with parents in circuses. He made his screen debut in 1936. Played lead in many stage productions and later character roles in films. After service in the Merchant Navy...
37. Hugh Attwooll Hugh Attwooll Producer, The Watcher in the Woods
38. Eileen Fowler Eileen Fowler Self, Keep Fit with Eileen Fowler
39. H.O. Martinek H.O. Martinek Director, Her Lover's Honour H. Oceano Martinek born in 1877. became popular in the circus from childhood and later music hall. Handsome man who starred and directed many early silent adventure, crime, drama and comedy films, often appearing opposite his sister Ivy Martinek for the British & Colonial Film Company from 1909, his first film was a smash-hit 'Her Lover's Honour'...
40. Peter Ducrow Peter Ducrow Actor, Children of Chance
41. Sydney Kyte Sydney Kyte Actor, Saturday Night Revue
42. Kenny Ball Kenny Ball Soundtrack, Waking Up in Reno
43. Lee Brilleaux Lee Brilleaux Soundtrack, Oil City Confidential
44. John McDowell John McDowell Director, Loves and Adventures in the Life of Shakespeare
45. Margery Allingham Margery Allingham Writer, Mystery!: Campion
46. Sean Boru Sean Boru Actor, Jack Said
47. Harriett Jay Harriett Jay Writer, When Knights Were Bold
48. Charlotte Hastings Charlotte Hastings Writer, Thunder on the Hill
49. Ewan Butler Ewan Butler Writer, Dunkirk
50. Ivy Benson Ivy Benson Self, The Dummy Talks
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