24 names.

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1. Mollie Sugden Mollie Sugden Actress, Are You Being Served? Best remembered as 'Mrs. Slocombe' on the British comedy "Are You Being Served?" Mollie Sugden was born in Keighley, West Yorkshire. She attended Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London. Her first television role came in 1962 with the series "Hugh and I," which ran for four seasons. In 1972, she won the role of the head of the ladies department at Grace Brothers Department Store...
2. Barry Foster Barry Foster Actor, Frenzy John Barry Foster's acting career began and ended on the stage. At the age of 20, he won a scholarship to the Central School of Speech and Drama, where he befriended future playwright Harold Pinter. After two years training, Barry went on tour with Andrew McMaster and fellow actors Patrick Magee and Kenneth Haigh through the Republic of Ireland...
3. Harry Secombe Harry Secombe Self, The Harry Secombe Show Harry Secombe was one of Britain's best loved comic entertainers. Born in Swansea, South Wales he began singing as a child in local church choirs. His first job was as a clerk although he had considered a career in opera. During World War Two he served in the Army in North Africa and Italy. He met the...
4. Lewis Carroll Lewis Carroll Writer, Alice in Wonderland
5. Olive Milbourne Olive Milbourne Actress, Sixpenny Corner
6. Kent Walton Kent Walton Self, Discs a Go-Go Often thought to be Canadian or Egyptian, Walton was in fact born Kenneth Walton Beckett in England in 1917. Shortening his name to Kent Walton when he became a disc jockey on Radio Luxembourg, he soon found himself in demand on TV particularly as a voice-over man. Whilst acting as a compere on the pop show Cool for Cats...
7. John Ruddock John Ruddock Actor, Martin Luther
8. Florence Desmond Florence Desmond Actress, Three Came Home
9. Christine Finn Christine Finn Actress, Thunderbirds
10. Cosmo Hamilton Cosmo Hamilton Writer, The Love of Sunya
11. Vivian Neves Vivian Neves Actress, Whirlpool
12. Edward Childs Carpenter Edward Childs Carpenter Writer, The Major and the Minor
13. Richard Gladman Richard Gladman Producer, GirlForce Richard Gladman is a London-born, Brighton-based entrepreneur whose passion for horror and sci-fi have led to a successful career as a writer, publisher, producer and events coordinator often under the name of his alter-ego Cyberschizoid. Brought up on a diet of Doctor Who, Space:1999, The Tomorrow People...
14. Philip Langridge Philip Langridge Actor, La clemenza di Tito
15. Wilfred Burns Wilfred Burns Soundtrack, Frankenweenie
16. Joseph Cooper Joseph Cooper Self, Joyce Grenfell 1910-1979
17. Hilaire Belloc Hilaire Belloc Writer, Cautionary Tales for Children
18. Mike Hawthorn Mike Hawthorn Self, Glück und Liebe in Monaco
19. Eric Newby Eric Newby Writer, In Love and War
20. Alaric Cotter Alaric Cotter Actor, Sauce for the Gander
21. Will Hammer Will Hammer Producer, Polly's Two Fathers
22. Charles Wylie Charles Wylie Self, The Conquest of Everest
23. C.E. Vulliamy C.E. Vulliamy Writer, Courageous Mr. Penn
24. Barry Learoyd Barry Learoyd Art Department, BBC Sunday-Night Theatre
24 names.