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1. Richard Greene Richard Greene Actor, The Adventures of Robin Hood Before achieving his greatest fame in the 1950s as television's "Robin Hood", handsome Richard Greene had a significant if largely unremarkable film career, turning in several skillful leading man performances in the late 1930s before becoming type-cast in routine costume adventures. Like his friendly rival...
2. Joan Sanderson Joan Sanderson Actress, Please Sir! Joan Sanderson was a well known British television and stage actress. During several seasons at Stratford Upon Avon, she played the roles of Goneril in King Lear, Constance in King John, and Queen Margaret in Richard III. In a single season at the Old Vic she appeared in The Mousetrap, and in 1981 ended...
3. Stephenie McMillan Stephenie McMillan Set Decorator, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
4. Dinsdale Landen Dinsdale Landen Actor, The Spies Dinsdale Landen was educated at King's School, Rochester and spent a time at the Florence Moore Drama School. This was followed by National Service with the RAF, during which time, he joined a drama group. Upon demobilisation, he joined Worthing rep. He has enjoyed an extensive career in the cinema...
5. Rachel Gurney Rachel Gurney Actress, Funeral in Berlin
6. Robin Davies Robin Davies Actor, Shakespeare in Love
7. Norman Mitchell Norman Mitchell Actor, Oliver!
8. Jeffrey Perry Jeffrey Perry Actor, The Silver Chair
9. King George VI King George VI Self, The Coronation of King George VI Albert Fredrick Arthur George was born on December 14, 1895 to the future King George V and Queen Mary who was born a Princess of Teck. It was the anniversary of the death of Queen Victoria's husband Albert the Prince Consort, his great-grandfather, so it was obvious that his name would start with Albert...
10. K.H. Wallis K.H. Wallis Camera and Electrical Department, The Martian Chronicles
11. Pat Ashton Pat Ashton Actress, The Gaffer
12. Malcolm Arnold Malcolm Arnold Composer, The Bridge on the River Kwai Born in Northampton on 21st October 1921, Malcolm Arnold studied composition with Gordon Jacob and trumpet with Ernest Hall at the Royal College of Music. In 1941 he joined the trumpet section of the London Philharmonic Orchestra, becoming principal by 1943. After two years of war service and one season...
13. Christopher Scoular Christopher Scoular Actor, An American Werewolf in London
14. Shaun Sutton Shaun Sutton Producer, Bonehead He was one of the most influential figures in British television. He was head of BBC Television Drama from 1969-81. He was responsible for such groundbreaking productions as Dennis Potter's "Pennies From Heaven" and "Brimstone and Treacle" as well as "I, Claudius," "Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy" and classic serials including "The Six Wives of Henry VIII," and "Testament of Youth." As a director...
15. Don Taylor Don Taylor Director, The Roses of Eyam
16. Jennifer Wright Jennifer Wright Actress, You're a Long Time Dead
17. King George V King George V Self, Incidents of the Durbar at Delhi
18. Peter Fenn Peter Fenn Music Department, Glamour...
19. John Streeter John Streeter Sound Department, 2001: A Space Odyssey
20. Christopher Rhodes Christopher Rhodes Actor, The Guns of Navarone Sir Christopher Rhodes, 3rd baronet was the only son of Sir John Rhodes DSO, 2nd baronet and former chairman of Thomas Rhodes Ltd, cotton spinners and manufacturers. Educated at Eton and Magdalen College, Oxford. He succeeded his father to the baronency in 1955. He served in the Essex regiment during...
21. Patrick Hamilton Patrick Hamilton Writer, Rope
22. Michael Parkin Michael Parkin Miscellaneous Crew, Great Lives
23. Queen Alexandra Queen Alexandra Self, Dronning Alexandras ankomst til Toldboden Queen Alexandra was born Princess Alexandra Caroline Mary Charlotte Louisa Julia on December 1, 1844. She was the granddaughter of the king of Denmark. She lived an uneventful childhood in the palaces of Denmark with her sister, Marie, who became the mother of Tsar Nicholas II of Russia. When Alex, as she was called...
24. Johnny Byrne Johnny Byrne Writer, All Creatures Great and Small
25. Peter Coke Peter Coke Actor, Sister Gold
26. Jake Coppard Jake Coppard Actor, Swallows and Amazons Forever!: The Big Six
27. Bruce Lacey Bruce Lacey Actor, Help!
28. Peter Whitbread Peter Whitbread Actor, Heritage Africa
29. Anna Sewell Anna Sewell Writer, The Adventures of Black Beauty
30. Reg Kray Reg Kray Self, The Krays: The Final Word
31. Norman Scace Norman Scace Actor, The Romantic Englishwoman
32. Jeremy Longhurst Jeremy Longhurst Actor, The Gorgon
33. Leslie Anderson Leslie Anderson Actor, Far from the Madding Crowd
34. Peter Newbrook Peter Newbrook Camera and Electrical Department, Lawrence of Arabia
35. Adrian Ropes Adrian Ropes Actor, The Madness
36. Otto Kanturek Otto Kanturek Cinematographer, Night Train to Munich
37. John Benson John Benson Self, 3-2-1
38. Richard Longman Richard Longman Actor, The Powder Monkey
39. Alan Breeze Alan Breeze Self, Billy Cotton Band Show
40. Richard Pointing Richard Pointing Costume and Wardrobe Department, The Princess Bride
41. Michael Hunt Michael Hunt Actor, Carry on Sergeant
42. Joan Marion Joan Marion Actress, Footsteps in the Sand
43. Simon Davis Simon Davis Actor, 2001: A Space Odyssey
44. Alan Hunter Alan Hunter Writer, Inspector George Gently
45. Jonathan Field Jonathan Field Actor, Henry V
46. Aubrey Buxton Aubrey Buxton Producer, Survival
47. Verily Anderson Verily Anderson Writer, Beware of Children
48. Jiver Hutchinson Jiver Hutchinson Actor, Theatre Royal
49. Daisy Ashford Daisy Ashford Writer, The Young Visiters Margaret (Daisy) Ashford was born at Elm Lodge in Petersham, Surrey to a former War Office official, William Ashford, and his wife Emma in 1881. The majority of her schooling was done at home and she was encouraged to write, as were her sister and three brothers. Her first story "The Life of Father...
50. Henry Blogg Henry Blogg
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