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1. Norman Rossington Norman Rossington Actor, A Hard Day's Night Spade-jawed British character actor Norman Rossington was born in Liverpool, so it shouldn't be considered THAT ironic that he would end up appearing in The Beatles' debut film smash, A Hard Day's Night, as "Norm", the Fab Four's chagrined road manager. The son of a publican, he never finished high school...
2. Kathy Staff Kathy Staff Actress, Mary Reilly
3. Peter Caffrey Peter Caffrey Actor, A Love Divided
4. Quentin Crisp Quentin Crisp Actor, Orlando Quentin Crisp was born Denis Pratt on Christmas Day, 1908, in the London suburb of Sutton. He the youngest of four children; his father was lawyer, mother former nursery governess. In his autobiographical work, "The Naked Civil Servant", he describes a difficult childhood in a rigorously homophobic society...
5. Patricia Phoenix Patricia Phoenix Actress, The L-Shaped Room Bold, brassy and larger than life, Pat Phoenix was television's favourite scarlet woman. For nearly 25 years, she dominated the soap opera Coronation Street in the role of Elsie Tanner and sent shivers down the spines of Britain's menfolk twice a week. With her low cut cleavage, she was known as "the...
6. Paul Farrell Paul Farrell Actor, A Clockwork Orange
7. Bernard Manning Bernard Manning Self, The Great British Striptease
8. Betty Ann Davies Betty Ann Davies Actress, The Passionate Friends
9. Les Dawson Les Dawson Self, Episode #1.4
10. Maggie Jones Maggie Jones Actress, Episode #1.7068
11. Sean Flanagan Sean Flanagan Actor, The King's Dragon
12. Ruth Holden Ruth Holden Actress, Threads
13. Doris Speed Doris Speed Actress, Episode #1.2263 Doris Speed was one of Britain's best-loved soap actresses, fondly remembered for her portrayal of Annie Walker, the snooty landlady of the Rovers Return pub in ITV's Coronation Street. She played the role for 23 years and was dubbed by the press as 'The Queen Mother of Soap.' Born in Manchester, her father George was a singer and her mother Ada a repertory actress...
14. Brian Mills Brian Mills Director, The Hound of the Baskervilles
15. Tony Wilson Tony Wilson Self, Coronation Street Special: Tracy Barlow Exposed
16. Marian Spencer Marian Spencer Actress, Seance on a Wet Afternoon
17. Jill Summers Jill Summers Actress, Episode #1.3567 Jill Summers was best known to British TV viewers for her role as the gravel-voiced battleaxe Phyllis Pearce in ITV's Coronation Street but before winning fame in the soap she had a long career as a singer in revue and variety. Born in Eccles, Lancashire, the daughter of actress Marie Santoni, her father worked in a circus as a tightrope walker...
18. Peter Dudley Peter Dudley Actor, Episode #1.2081
19. Colin Crompton Colin Crompton Actor, Terry Webster and Dictionary
20. Gareth Jones Gareth Jones Actor, Noon on Doomsday
21. Paul Berry Paul Berry Animation Department, The Nightmare Before Christmas
22. Iris Sharples Iris Sharples Actress, Boy A
23. Randal Herley Randal Herley Actor, Episode #6.4
24. Peter Wheeler Peter Wheeler Actor, The Vicious Circle Awards: 3
25. Margot Bryant Margot Bryant Actress, Episode #1.1350
26. Joan Francis Joan Francis Actress, Episode #1.667
27. Mark Hall Mark Hall Producer, The Wind in the Willows
28. Tony Monopoly Tony Monopoly Self, Episode #3.3
29. Derek Leckenby Derek Leckenby Self, When the Boys Meet the Girls
30. Derek Hilton Derek Hilton Composer, Lost Empires
31. Arthur Ransome Arthur Ransome Writer, The First World War
32. Adele Dixon Adele Dixon Actress, Calling the Tune
33. John Irwin John Irwin Producer, Kaleidoscope
34. Gertie Almond Gertie Almond Actress, Yanks
35. Winnie Johnson Winnie Johnson Self, Ian Brady: Endgames of a Psychopath
36. Billy Meredith Billy Meredith Self, The Ball of Fortune To anyone even remotely interested in football, the name of Billy Meredith is legendary; he was truly one of the greatest players of his era. His career was spent between both Manchester clubs for whom he played thirty-five years of League football, between 1894 and 1924. He also played forty-eight games for his national team Wales over a thirty-five year period...
37. Martin Hannett Martin Hannett Soundtrack, Control
38. Phil Chilvers Phil Chilvers Director, Absolutely
39. Bill Lennard Bill Lennard Self, Episode #8.2
40. James Marsland James Marsland Actor, H.M.S. Pinafore Jimmy Marsland sang as a schoolboy with an amateur society in Cheshire, later appearing as one of the "Stars In Battledress" during World War II. After the War, he appeared in "The Dancing Years" and "Waltzes from Vienna" before joining the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company as a tenor chorister in December 1949...
41. Beatrix Fielden-Kaye Beatrix Fielden-Kaye Actress, No Limit
42. Jack Crompton Jack Crompton Self, Cup Fever
43. Stanley Houghton Stanley Houghton Writer, Fanny Hawthorne
44. Elsie Craven Elsie Craven Actress, Les cloches de Corneville
45. Liam Foster Liam Foster Production Manager, Best
46. Alvaro de la Iglesia Alvaro de la Iglesia Writer, El caso de la mujer asesinadita
47. Louis Golding Louis Golding Writer, Mr. Emmanuel
48. Richard Everitt Richard Everitt Producer, Noddy
49. Derick Williams Derick Williams Cinematographer, Johnny in the Clouds
50. Johnny Maxfield Johnny Maxfield Actor, The Dresser
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