22 names.

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1. Gladys Cooper Gladys Cooper Actress, My Fair Lady Gladys Cooper was the daughter of journalist William Frederick Cooper and his wife Mabel Barnett. As a child she was very striking and was used as a photographic model beginning at six years old. She wanted to become an actress and started on that road in 1905 after being discovered by Seymour Hicks to tour with his company in "Bluebell in Fairyland"...
2. Dusty Springfield Dusty Springfield Soundtrack, Pulp Fiction Dusty Springfield has been acknowledged around the world as the best female soul singer that Britain ever produced. With her oddly erotic, throaty voice, she racked up a string of hits from the 1960s onwards. Born in London to Irish parents, Dusty grew up in and around London. Her early work included an all-girl trio...
3. Beatrice Lillie Beatrice Lillie Self, Beatrice Lillie Dubbed "the funniest woman in the world", comedienne Beatrice Lillie was born the daughter of a Canadian government official and grew up in Toronto. She sang in a family trio act with her mother, Lucy, and her piano-playing older sister, Muriel. Times were hard and the ambitious mother eventually took the girls to England to test the waters...
4. Roland Culver Roland Culver Actor, Thunderball
5. Marti Caine Marti Caine Writer, The Marti Caine Show Britain's clown queen of comedy during the 1980s, Marti Caine's brand of humour combined an appealing dizziness with an endearing vunerability. Often compared to America's Phyllis Diller, she paved the way for women working in British light entertainment, both in nightclubs and in television. Born Lynn Shepherd in Sheffield...
6. Naomi Plaskitt Naomi Plaskitt Actress, Highland Fling
7. Vicki Brown Vicki Brown Actress, Tommy
8. David Vine David Vine Self, World Championship Snooker David Vine was a multi-purpose sports presenter and commentator for the BBC for 35 years, long associated with snooker and Ski Sunday. Known for his distinctive West Country tones, he always had the assured self-confidence to weather jokes about his middle-of-the-road spectacles and jumpers. In the 1970s...
9. Duncan McIntyre Duncan McIntyre Actor, 'I Know Where I'm Going!'
10. Hilda Trevelyan Hilda Trevelyan Actress, Sally in Our Alley
11. Richard Hamilton Richard Hamilton Actor, Greetings
12. Nan Hopkins Nan Hopkins Actress, There Ain't No Justice
13. Joan Morgan Joan Morgan Writer, The Callbox Mystery English wild rose Joan Morgan who starred in at least 34 drama, crime, comedy movies from childhood, often under the direction of her father Sidney Morgan, making her film debut in Maurice Elvey's 'The Cup Final Mystery' starring Elisabeth Risdon in 1914, followed by 'The Great Spy Raid' starring Harry Lorraine at P&M Films...
14. Lee Fox Lee Fox Actor, A Clockwork Orange
15. Hermione Darnborough Hermione Darnborough Actress, Wings of the Morning
16. James Carreras James Carreras Producer, Who Killed Van Loon?
17. Roy Travers Roy Travers Actor, Now She Lets Him Go Out Roy Travers born in London in 1883. He made his stage debut in London in the 1890's. Appeared in his first film playing a Cow in 'The Blue Bird' at the British Gaumont Film Company in 1910 two years later he became a star as a handsome debonair in many adventure, crime and melodrama films, first with the Barker Film Company and followed by the Astra Film Company...
18. Christopher Hibbert Christopher Hibbert Writer, Palaces of a Queen
19. Anne Collis Anne Collis Music Department, The Duchess
20. Griff Evans Griff Evans Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, Big Train
21. Phyllis Bedells Phyllis Bedells Actress, Fairyland
22. Claude Maxted Claude Maxted Actor, Taxi for Two
22 names.