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1. Peter Sellers Peter Sellers Actor, Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb Often credited as the greatest comedian of all time, Peter Sellers was born to a well-off English acting family in 1925. His mother and father worked in an acting company run by his grandmother. As a child, Sellers was spoiled, as his parents' first child had died at birth. He enlisted in the Royal Air Force and served during World War II...
2. Christopher Cazenove Christopher Cazenove Actor, A Knight's Tale
3. Tony Doyle Tony Doyle Actor, Ballykissangel Tony Doyle (16 January 1942 - 28 January 2000) was an Irish television and film actor. He attended Belcamp College, Dublin as a boarder before going onto University College Dublin (which he did not finish). He got his first big break playing Father Sheehy in the RTE weekly soap The Riordans in the 1960s and 1970s...
4. Helena McCarthy Helena McCarthy Actress, Staggered
5. Lyndon Brook Lyndon Brook Actor, Reach for the Sky A distinguished stage and screen actor, Lyndon Brook was the son of the silent British film star Clive Brook, and the actress, Mildred Evelyn. His elder sister, Faith Brook, is one of Britain's best known stage and TV actresses. Brook was best-known to cinema-goers of the 1950s and 60s for...
6. Rosamund John Rosamund John Actress, Spitfire A leading British stage and screen actress Rosamund John is remembered with affection for her roles in film classics such as The Way to the Stars, Green For Danger and The Tawny Pipit. Born in 1913 she grew up in Tottenham, London and studied at the Embassy School of Acting. She made her film debut...
7. Howard Douglas Howard Douglas Actor, Whistle Down the Wind
8. Larry Adler Larry Adler Composer, Genevieve
9. Rita Daniel Rita Daniel Actress, Candida
10. James Mellor James Mellor Actor, Marat/Sade
11. Harold Wilson Harold Wilson Self, Friday Night, Saturday Morning Harold Wilson was born in Huddersfield,West Yorkshire in 1916. He had a sharp mind and after graduating from Oxford University, he became a lecturer in economics in 1937. He represented Huyton in parliament from 1945 until his retirement in 1983. He became President of the Board of Trade in 1947 and succeeded Hugh Gaitskell as the Labour party leader in 1963...
12. Arthur Padbury Arthur Padbury Actor, After Dark
13. Campbell Gullan Campbell Gullan Actor, The Last Curtain
14. Howard Nelson Howard Nelson Actor, Fornicon Howard Nelson was an ex-champion bodybuilder turned minor exploitation film actor. Usually cast as `heavies' due to his muscular appearance, Nelson's most regular employer was close personal friend George Harrison Marks. For many years Nelson worked in Marks' Studio in Farringdon, co-workers generally remember him as a nice fellow...
15. Herbert C. Walton Herbert C. Walton Actor, How Do You View?
16. Pam Marmont Pam Marmont Actress, Barney Is My Darling
17. Frank Shelley Frank Shelley Actor, The Remains of the Day
18. Reginald Barratt Reginald Barratt Actor, Taste the Blood of Dracula
19. Homi Bode Homi Bode Actor, North West Frontier
20. David Rendall David Rendall Actor, The Fiction-Makers
21. Martin Case Martin Case Casting Director, Upstairs, Downstairs
22. Ali Bongo Ali Bongo Miscellaneous Crew, Doctor Who
23. Chris Sheen Chris Sheen Actor, Skimpy in the Navy
24. Henry McCarthy Henry McCarthy Actor, Stress Point
25. Walter Swash Walter Swash Actor, I Am a Groupie
26. Patrick Filmer-Sankey Patrick Filmer-Sankey Producer, SOS Pacific
27. Richard Stone Richard Stone Self, Benny Hill: The World's Favorite Clown
28. Harry South Harry South Music Department, The Sweeney Henry ("Harry") Percy South, born in London, England, played piano from an early age and also studied composing and arranging. In the early 50s he was playing in various London-based dance and jazz bands including that led by drummer Basil Kirchin. He led his own small group and also arranged for Ronnie Scott's band...
29. Lawrence James Lawrence James Actor, Psycho-Circus
30. Martin O'Connor Martin O'Connor Camera and Electrical Department, The Key
31. Rita Tobin-Weske Rita Tobin-Weske Actress, Harmony Heaven
32. Alan Clive Alan Clive Actor, Café Continental
33. Sidney Turner Sidney Turner Makeup Department, The Cruel Sea
34. Audrey Teesdale Audrey Teesdale Actress, Forbidden
35. Tom Macaulay Tom Macaulay Actor, The Branksome Pearls
36. Bernard Finch Bernard Finch Actor, Doctor Who
37. Graeme Edler Graeme Edler Actor, Treasure Island
38. Ross Hutchinson Ross Hutchinson Actor, The Runaway
39. Dave O'Toole Dave O'Toole Actor, Oh, Mr. Porter!
40. Billy Nelson Billy Nelson Actor, Mixed Nuts
41. Al Rhind Al Rhind Sound Department, Good-Time Girl
42. Nita Howard Nita Howard Miscellaneous Crew, Sex Through the Ages
43. Robert Tunstall Robert Tunstall Actor, Call It a Day
44. Fred Hugh Fred Hugh Actor, A Shot in the Dark Fred Hugh was something of a Summer season staple at the Bohemia Theatre, Broadstairs in the late 1950s to early '60s. He tended to play the straight man to Sonny Farrar in sketches and, on occasion, the two of them would virtually put on the whole show.
45. Dudley Lovell Dudley Lovell Camera and Electrical Department, Romeo and Juliet
46. Alfred Fagon Alfred Fagon Actor, R.H.I.N.O.; Really Here in Name Only
47. Bernard Dudley Bernard Dudley Director, The Conjurors
48. Bruce Walker Bruce Walker Actor, Chinese Box
49. Florence Austin Florence Austin Self, Let's Go Crazy
50. Frederick Morant Frederick Morant Actor, Take My Life
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